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Just got out of theater. What a disappointment, a 2-hour toy commercial.
>Spoilers in the movie title
I've been avoiding /tv/ so I don't know the general opinion. Mind if you fill me in?
Why did Han throw first?
I thought he was supposed to be the good guy?
Did any line in a movie or TV show ever really resonate with you? Like for me it was when Alfred explained the Joker to Batman in TDK: "Some men just want to watch the world burn." I just sat there in the single section of my cinema and was dumbfounded. I was thinking to myself "Fuck yeah, that's exactly what I always wished for." Just let it all burn. Complete annihilation, you know what I mean? The only other thing that ever came close to this experience was in No Country For Old Men, the sheriff's thoughts: "I don't want to go out there...
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When CIA said
>Dr. Pavel im CIA
I felt a shiver down my spine. It was like I was CIA in that moment. I was an entire agency greeting a nuclear Doctor for extraction.
I truly felt in charge
What's the name of this hairstyle?
Will people in academia ever dissect cinema as finely as they do literature?
How do we stop him?
>I'M A WOMEN
>chops dick off
>stunning and brave
Daily reminder that this is still the best music piece from Star Wars:
>you will never cuddle with padme while this songs plays in the background.
That's why C3-PO had the red arm.
The force awakens was clearly meant for the new generation who enjoyed it. All the fuckers complaining are literally over 35 years Olds. When are you gonna get it in your head that you're just not cool anymore. You're all probably gonna die in the next 10 years while this generation is left to clean up your shit and the problems your racist ass caused
>The force awakens was clearly meant for the new generation
You really think so? Because the majority of the movie felt like OT fanservice to me.
>this face will be part of star wars forever
I respect him and he was my favorite part of the movie.
And honestly he's not that ugly. He's pretty unconventional attractive, and plus he strikes me as extremely unphotogenic from looking at his pictures.
Doesn't Mary Sue really mean the storyteller inserted her/himself into the film?
>You imbeciles can't even Mary Sue.
>hurr durr I can't into tvtropes
The definition may differ from person to person, but in short:
>In other words, the term "Mary Sue" is generally slapped on a character who is important in the story, possesses unusual physical traits, and has an irrelevantly over-skilled or over-idealized nature.
Where were you when you realized that even Into Darkness was a much better film than TFA?
>________ just plays himself/herself