He will return in Episode VIII.
Is this any good? Will this finally be like an actual television show parodying retail stores or will it half-ass it like most tend to do? It has potential.
What does Chad Swoleson think of TFA?
>"Light Side" is now canon
Anyone else find this stupid and video-gamey? What if you're a Sith but you use healing powers to save an evil ally, or your protection powers to keep a powerful weapon from being destroyed?
What about telekinesis and jumping higher? Is that the "Neutral Side"?
It was better when there was just "the Force", and there was a "Dark Side of the Force".
>280 million budget
Let that sink in
Yeah, I was thinking that.
It's like a zoom ESPN does during a football game. Im guesing they do it here because it looks more "realistic"
you know....a bus flying through the air has to look realistic
Reminder that it's not Abrams fault.
He is the director, not the writer.
>be 20ft bong woman, probably mocked and traumatized her entire life
>get hyped as an actress for your warrior performance in a shitty D&D TV show for basement faggots
>land role as secondary antagonist in the new Star Wars
>get your character hyped in anticipation
>have to do a ton of mediatic appearances, blitzy photoshoots and talk about your character in a meaningful way
>show up at...
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>have more of a presence
worry? I don't give a shit. as far as I'm concerned, she was a totally wasted character. I'm just not sure how the creators can boast their SJW agenda with Rey, then make such sloppy work out of other female performances
if more of her screentime was cut, it means it sucked.
ugh can this hack die in a car crash please
I'm sorry, but if you like the 1970s version, you are blinded for nostalgia for an era that you weren't even born in.
The 2005 version is better in every aspect.
Now that the dust has settled this movie is trash right?
watched it 4 times. 1st i liked. 2nd i loved. 3rd i hated. 4th i hated.
I'm just pissed that literally none of the actors were actually playing their instruments.
I'm tired of fucking Hollywood being so god damn lazy that they just cgi faces onto musicians rather than making the actors learn how to play.
>In early drafts of Attack of the Clones, the name of the Jedi who contacted the Kaminoans was Sido-Dyas, and was originally a false identity for Darth Sidious—Obi-Wan Kenobi claimed to have never heard of him, and Mace Windu confirmed no Jedi of that name existed. The spelling "Sifo-Dyas" appears in one draft as a typing error that Lucas preferred to the original name; thus the scenario of the Jedi's identity was rewritten.
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>/tv/ regards this utter trash to be one of the best Britcoms
It's just American tier toilet humour, with no cleverness or subtlety to the gags, and the overdone DUDE SOCIALLY AWKWARD NERD LMAO trope thrown in for extra measure. To call it a Reddit show would be giving it too much credit; it's more like some LADbible shit.
So what's everyone's thoughts on this show so far? I'm liking the ship designs so far.
How come he managed to gain more attention and popularity from the fans than Phasma, Hux and Kylo?
So, it's because TFA is literally JUST the type of rehash I was expecting, it's nothing but a glib facsimile.
If Star Wars was all I had access to as a child in terms of sci-fi I probably would become one of those crazy fanboys, but thankfully I had access to anime from very early on in my youth years that my mental balance is very stable.
Seriously, if you have watched Akira, you'd realize just how sophisticated anime is and it blows away anything Star Wars would have to offer.
A lot of people mention Ghost In The Shell, which has just enough of sexuality in the mix to draw in the western audience I suppose but I must say that Ghost In The Shell is not even in my top 10 anime, not even close, that's just how deep the world of anime is.
Some anime is so disturbingly mature like Fractale that I wish it would challenge the system and submit it as a Drama category in the Oscars just to bitchslap the snotty Academy.
It's not just the level of maturity and sophistication anime has, it's also quite original, entertaining, and visually fantastic. I would regard anime as the highest form of cinema art-form.
But hey, me preaching about anime won't do you any good, you gotta go out and see it for yourself just how much you are missing.
The recent one I would recommend to check out is Sword Art Online which is light and easy to get into anime for the first time yet appreciate it as much, but if you want the heavy stuff right off the line check out Guilty Crown in which the plot is so complex and twisted that you'll need extra oxygen pumped into your brain in order to comprehend everything, and if you want amazing visuals and a gripping drama that also has awesome mecha battles Aldnoah.Zero is the shit.
Seriously, if you know anime like I do, Star Wars looks like it's something for little kids.
BEcause he deserves it much more. He was the last authentic character in any SW movie. Everything else was made to fit a certain demographic's expectations and likings while he is just an isolated piece of pure in-world cohesion.