Can we at least agree that this man at least managed to not embarrass the franchise unlike Lucas?
Episode VII wasn't as good as the originals (what SW movie ever will be), but at least they weren't utter shit like George's prequels. It was at least an entertaining movie.
So how come Luke now has an Anakin like robot hand. In episode V it's pretty obvious he's given a synthetic human style hand.
Inb4 the fake flesh was burned off or some shit.
No, we see the insides as the robot is testing his senses and it's not some metal hard chain link hand shit.
Was Hux's speech the best performance in the film?
It legitimately made my hyped for them to win
Me neither, I want to seriously know whats up with coop.
Has anyone seen Streets of Fire? I'm watching it now but I wanted to know if it's good or not.
Yeah pretty much no chance of me turning it off after that beginning
Why does he wear the mask? Serious replies only, please
Have you watched the greatest TV show of all time yet?
Sum up /tv/'s reaction to TFA's success in one image.
who is her mama?
>tfw your waifu got literally, LITERALLY, thrown into the trash
why JayJay, I thought you said she was the next Boba Fett ;_;
What is the best Christmas Movie of all time?
What force ability is this?
It's like he is squeezing the captives brain while reading their mind?
They didn't even show a thing and it probably had more impact and gravitas than any interrogation scene in the new movie.
I can't wait for redditlettermedia to make up a bunch of "reasons" this movie doesn't work in their typical "fun things are for kids and stupid people, refined adults like me should be sad"
Mark my words as soon as the new Plinkett review comes out /tv/ will parrot the opinions of those middle aged film school dropouts. UNtil then not a single person can tell me why this was a bad movie.
Poe and Finn should have been merged into one character.
There's no need for both of them and the horrible pacing would have improved vastly.
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