>D’Qar is the planet the Resistance is stationed on. Han, Finn, and Chewie crash the Falcon into the Starkiller base.
>HAN, FINN AND CHEWIE CRASH THE FALCON INTO THE STARKILLER BASE
>CRASH THE FALCON
RIP in Pieces fastest ship in the galaxy
This movie hurt me.
I was not ready, I was not prepared.
It hit a nerve or how you Americans say it, whatever.
>that swerve at the end
So there was a vague prophecy about bringing balance to the force? But then it's a prophecy about destroying the sith? prophesied by who? When?
Did they ever tell Anakin?
Annie, you're too old for Jedi school. The whole council thinks it's dangerous and there's a prophecy a powerful Jedi will bring balance to the force.
Fuck the haters though, I promised Qui-Gon that I'm gonna train you.
Forget who or when, I'd settle for even some basic parameters about it. Prophecies are usually vague by design, so as to make them easier for any lucky schlub to fulfill, but they also usually have at least a few signposts in them. Specific imagery or accomplishments that will indicate someone is on track to fulfilling it. Fuck, we never even hear the prophecy itself, we just hear Sammy J talking about it.
What does /tv/ think of the Vatican's list of films?
Does the Vatican have good taste?
Post your favorite fucking Sopranos clips, right fucking now!
i just saw ari shaffir live, ask me anything
Who will win first?
Leo and his reps probably thought this would be his year with Revanent. But they misjudged how brave and inspiring Eddie Redmaynes performance would be in Danish Girl.
So probably Cooper will get one first
Describe the Deadpool movie in three words.
This type of humor is no different than "golden age" Simpsons
The only people who actually praise golden age Simpsons are the same 23-40 year old complete low test neckbeards that post Reddit tier comments on the AVClub articles
Blade Runner is the best Sci-fi movie in existence, arguably the best film ever made.
I'm not kidding and you're probably a hipster faggot if you disagree
Another new Star Wars teaser
>watching a movie
>it's a film
I've always wondered why dont the jedis use the force to "bend" elements/stuff in a not robotic way? for example when Yoda and Sheev are fighting they throw the senate cubicles like they where slowmo arrows..
Would /tv/ be interested in a remake of Mary Poppins staring Kris Jenner in the titular role?