From the thumb I thought you are all wearing Darth Vader masks.
But I was wrong. You are no Vader…
I'm pretty sure blackface is racist.
Careful with that counter top.
Well it was racism or internet stalking. You see my dilemma
Yeah I was about to say...
Obi-Wan in his early 60s and a 19 year old Sabine... Maybe not the best combination.
I feel like people just forget that time he slaughtered a village to get Obi-Wan's attention right after he got his new legs.
She looks like Cate Blanchett
Nobody seems to agree whenever I say it, but I think her entire performance is one of the best performances we've ever seen in Star Wars. This scene, Galen's death, and her Hope speech are all top notch scenes.
I also think Adam Driver's acting is not praised enough.
it looks like she ages years in seconds in this scene. remarkable.
Jyn, my Stardust, I can't imagine what you think of me. When I was taken, I faced some bitter truths. I was told that soon enough, Krennic would have you as well. As time went by, I knew that you were either dead or so well hidden that he would never find you. I knew if I refused to work, if I took my own life, it would only be a matter of time before Krennic realized he no longer needed me to complete the project. So I did the one thing that nobody expected: I lied. I learned to lie. I played the part of a beaten man resigned to the sanctuary of his work. I made myself indispensable, and all the while I laid the groundwork of my revenge.
We call it the Death Star. There is no better name, and the day is coming soon when it will be unleashed. I've placed a weakness deep within the system. A flaw so small and powerful, they will never find it. But Jyn, Jyn, if you're listening...My beloved, so much of my life has been wasted. I try to think of you only in the moments when I'm strong, because the pain of not having you with me. Your mother. Our family. The pain of that loss is so overwhelming I risk failing even now. It's just so hard not to think of you. Think of where you are. My Stardust.
So, the reactor module, that's the key. That's the place I've laid my trap. It's well hidden and unstable, one blast to any part of it will destroy the entire station. You'll need the plans, the structural plans for the Death Star to find the reactor. I know there's a complete engineering archive in the data vault at the Citadel Tower on Scarif. Any pressurized explosion to the reactor module will set off a chain reaction that will destroy the entire station...
Someone's been at the space weed.
Does anyone else the Falcon staring down a giant butthole?
Mark Hamill realizing he’s gonna hafta play Luke Skywalker for the next 40 years.
"So Mark whats so special about your script that you won't show us?"
"There better be no surprises"
Six Months Later At the Premiere
"Hey Kid you didn't fuckin tell me about that"
I bet they didn’t tell Harrison Ford about the sibling reveal in Return of the Jedi. His horrific reaction as Leia tells him then kisses him says it all hahaha
“I’ve killed replicants. I’ve stolen the Staff of Ra. But I’m not joining no damn incest love triangle.”
The fact that they brought Palps into this makes me think the end of this series is going to be dark but amazing!
Hype Leader standing by!!
Wow, Palpatine and Mortis. I was not expecting that.
They brought back Wolffe and Gregor!! And Rex in Rebel Commando garb looks fucking great!
I'm starting to think that maybe some Star Wars fans are uptight nerds that are afraid of change.
The fact that my first thought (and, apparently, many Twitter users' first thought) upon seeing Rian Johnson's bookshelf was "THE SACRED TEXTS!" worries me a bit.
I never even understood this complaint. Of all the things to complain about, some people were upset that Luke, who has been searching for Jedi related stuff for almost 30 years and has the Jedi texts, used a new force power?
He even used it the most "Jedi" way possible. Killing no one, embarrassing the enemy, including the "Supreme Leader", saving what remained of the Resistance and becoming a legend (again).
From the point of view of almost everybody that saw Luke on Crait, he appeared, was invincible, and vanished. To me as a first order trooper that would be horrifying and as a rebel that is legendary, a tale for future generations to learn about.
I will make it canon.
Rogue One had some of the best visuals in SW altogether.
Easily. I'd say it's the best looking of the new films. It doesn't look so "glossy" like TFA and TLJ does.
That third act of Rogue One is some of the coolest visuals I've ever seen
It looks stately and weighty, and the scale is dynamite, but I thought The Last Jedi purposefully operated from a more Spielbergian sort of visual method: what shots do we need? What shot feeds best into the next shot? Would this shot be distracting from the emotion? When it does pull back, it's iconic, but it's careful with when it chooses to.
Too bad somebody wrote all over it.
I'll pay you for it. 60 portions.
My wife invited the pope, president (Bush), and George Lucas to our wedding. Of the three, only Lucas RSVPd. A decline, of course. I'm under no illusion he did it personally, but it was still a cool thing to get back. I'll have to dig it out sometime.
Man, this is epic. Can your parents be my parents too?
Wai-wai-wait. Is that Cin Drallig? I didn't know he was shown dueling in the movies.
Yep, thats the entirety of his presence in the films IIRC.
Long blonde hired dude in Cin Drallig, Nick Gillard’s cameo. He was stunt coordinator and choreographed all the saber duels. In canon he’s a saber dueling master.
Why are lightsabers the only thing in these holograms that don't come out blueish?