Let's talk about the Star Wars film no one else wants to talk about.
I actually liked after seeing her when she was wearing the helmet and eating that food like a little kid. Why did they ruin her?
So we have to wait another year and a half to find out who these assholes actually are?
So was Rey trained by Luke or the Knights of Ren? Luke wiped away her memories, right? Probably because he loved her as a daughter and was devastated by her turning to the darkside?
Does anyone else feel really fucking bad for that guy who's last dying wish was to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens?
Not at all. He said he loved it, 95% of critics and 99% of Star Wars fans all loved it.
It's a small group of contrarian faggots on the internet who hate it because they think not enjoying popular things makes them more substantial people, and not just jaded, bitter human beings
Hermione is and always has been black, according to J.K Rowling.
It's just never going to end, is it?
DUDE LIFE USED TO REALLY SUCK BEFORE MODERIZATION LMAO
What the fuck man? She did literally nothing the entire movie and got BTFO at the end. What was the point of her?
So, who's worse?
What are some good criterion movies that don't get sucked off daily
Watched this the other day and it's a really fantastic black comedy.
you top 5 or 10 favorites sw characters:
5- obi kenobi
7- han solo
8- darth vader
9- kylo ren
Now that the dust has settled, can we all agree that this was a studio calculated paint-by-numbers, poorly written fan-service rehash of ANH, with too many in-jokes and references and not enough attention to making the plot make sense, with too many coincidences ham-fisted into the plot to tick fan-pandering requirements in an attempt to desperately prove to the audience that they "get it", and to sell recycled toys?
This movie was what would make or break a 4 billion dollar investment, no shit it was all of that.
Rogue One is going to be the real test to see if these new movies are up to snuff.
OTfags will defend this
I feel like I should have just stayed home and rewatched Episode IV.
The Force Awakens went full poetry, lifting every plot point from the original movie and oversaturating it with cool explosions, snappy dialogue, and boasts of being bigger-and-better, all the while discarding the magic of its predecessor.
What did he mean by this?