Revan movie when?
Who actually was the best captain?
Now that I've had time to digest the movie, the only thing pissing me off in that regard is Starkiller Base. Oh look, another Death Star. Oh look, here comes the X-wing swarm according to protocol. This shit has been blown up twice already and these dumbfucks thought it was a good idea to build ANOTHER one? This is [i]Seiken Densetsu 2 [/i] if you want to go old school and the Rebels are your Mana Beast. You build it/raise it and the gods send their dragon.
Starkiller Base represents the worst of the EU (superweapons that can blow up BIGGER THINGS) adapted into the...
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I liked how Black Space Man represented a turn from dark to light rather than the fall from light to dark (Ben in VII, Anakin). It wasn't a remake.
The Starkiller Base thing was really the only thing that bothered me. Han getting offed isn't even close to being like Luke defeating his father.
There were parallels, but it definitely wasn't a remake.
Han getting offed is definitely a parallel with obi getting offed, but the purpose of the scene was different - vader killing obi doesn't make much of a difference for vader, but kylo killing han was a huge deal for his character and development
>Luke, there's an galactic war going on and your nephew just committed mass murder! You can't leave!
>But, I was gonna go to planet Ireland and check out some Jedi temples! But, in case of emergency I'll leave a map that you need to assemble in order to track me, so it's gonna be a cool Goonies type thing for you guys to do while you fight this, I'm told difficult war.
I guess people don't change.
Yea homeboy take that boom boom boom ya dead bruh
I'm bored as shit /tv/, recommend me a good comedy series.
>Things I like:
Sunny in philly
>Things I dislike
Big bang theory
How I met your mother
Alright, let's do this:
V > IV > VI > III > VII > II > I
So what did you think of it /tv/?
What's next for his career?
Saw this comment on leddit, and it actually makes a lot of sense.
Rey is not actually a Mary Sue, she's Luke's daughter (As evidenced by the small doll of Luke she has in her camp) and he hid her away to stop her from becoming corrupted. That's also why he hid himself away, to keep Kylo Ren from getting into his mind.
This is obvious and will become more apparent thus coming days. It's a little confusing and takes a little bit of piecing it together, but makes perfect sense.
It just went over a lot of peoples heads like mine on the first viewing.
How do you go from this...
Just a reminder he is set to play Roland Deschain in the Dark Tower adaptation..
you know the main character who 100% of readers imagine to look like some Clint Eastwood type of dude
It's not their problem if readers are racist and automatically assume every character to be white.
You know I'm starting to agree with hollywood casting people of color disproportionally.
When a white child reads a book and automatically assumes a character (of which there is no mention of race) is white, then cultural racism will live on.
>$57m so far domestic
>expecting it to beat Jurassic World opening weekend of $209m
>expecting it to break the $2B club
Where are all you star pleb fans predicting it to smash all records?