Why did he shout that? Is that Kylo's real name?
>It's true. All of it. The big guys... The flight plan... They're real.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens was generally speaking a pretty good movie, but WHY THE FUCK did they have Kylo Ren be handily beat by Rey and saved by deus-ex nature from death? This is the start of the trilogy and the villain is already a joke. You're supposed to build him as a big threat to be beat in the last movie.
And why did they not save up the Starkiller base's destruction until the last episode? Are they seriously gonna build another even bigger Starkiller for episode IX? Or two more, one for each episode? Come the fuck on.
1. the point is that Kylo never got his full training. he is weak and naive taunted by the ghost of Vader, but still has so far to go
2. he was already a joke before hat encounter
3. that was kinda lame yeah but I'm sure they have a plan.
this dog looks like john travolta
Was this the most retarded thing introduced in the prequels? Or did anyone actually like this?
>I think the fans are going to love it. It’s very much the kind of movie they’ve been looking for.
You know he's right - this movie is just a product carefully prepared to pander to fans of the original trilogy. It doesn't have the "soul" like films from original trilogy and prequel trilogy - it only has cold calculation. They even managed to fool RLM.
If you watch the films in order each episode gets progressively better until episode 6 and then episode 7 feels like it's trying to redeem ROTJ.
I'm really shocked they went with another Death Star though. Cheapens the whole franchise.
>Where should the last epic scene of our space opera that happens a long time ago in a far away galaxy take place?
>I know! Let's just pick a random isle in Ireland!
>Great idea! We should probably have a helicopter shot there as well! That'll be a good trick!
Name a better WW?
Georges Saint Pierre, greatest of all time.
So now that the year is almost over, Star Wars came out and all other movies leaked, what is your TOP 5 of 2015?
1. Ex Machina
2. The Hateful Eight
3. Mad Max - Fury Road
4. The Lobster
1. The Duke of Burgundy
2. The Look of Silence
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. Inside Out
5. The Assassin
Honorable Mention: It Follows, a Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Mistress America, Tangerine, the End of the Tour
>ratty gangster wannabe
>miserable folk singer
>smart oil company owner
>showy unlikable genius
>troubled yet charismatic mayor
>super-likeable x-wing pilot and a total bro
A fucking gift from Gods.
Is she right /tv/?
Why do people hate midichlorians? Isn't it obvious from the OT that the force is congenital and that Luke inherited it from Anakin?
Why else would Obi-wan spend 20 years supervising his development rather than picking up any old boy?
Fuck off with "muh magic"
V > IV > VI > VII > III > I > II
this is the correct ranking and there is nothing you can do about it
What's the verdict /tv/?
I normally dislike Iñárritu, but this one pretty much sidestepped all his flaws (contrived dialogue, pretentiousness) and concentrated on pure visual storytelling. It was like a 2h30mins episode of Bear Grylls, with Lubezki on cinematography duties. Thoroughly enjoyed, though I don't feel Leo's performance was particularly amazing or anything. Just decent, compotent. Hardy was probably better.