Is he the most /r9k/ cinema villain ever?
>emotional unstable wrack
>beta bitch boy
>probably never got laid
>mfw I can literally see him walking into the cafeteria of his Star Destroyer and going into a autistic fit when they tell him they don't have tendies
if that was a actual scene in the next movie I would not blink twice about, it would fit his character perfectly
wtf was with that, i audibly scoffed when that part happened. I thought it was done to show the audience he was really powerful but he turned out to be a fuqboi later in the movie.
Since he's clearly coming back to the light side it makes me wonder if they're actually trying to portray modern young disenfranchised school shooter types in a sympathetic way. Probably not.
Kylo Ren was shit. At best, he's an inferior rehash of Vader. Why is he so mad? What seduced him to the Dark Side? He had parents and family, the empire and the sith were destroyed, what did he have to fear? Did he just wanna use the dark side of the force to manipulate girls to sleep with him? I don't get it. They did a pretty bad job portraying Anakin in the prequels, but at least he had an understandable fear. This looks even worse.
He wants to "finish Vader's work" or whatever but Palpatine was the one in charge. Vader was just a slave, he had already lost all the people he cared about at the end of III, at that point he just served Palpatine because he had no choice and he hated himself. Kylo Ren kills his father so he's obviously not trying to save anyone close to him.
It'll probably be one of two things: he just wants to be the most powerful ever muahaha, or the epic "we are actually the good guys meme." The new trilogy will be a boring, safe, shitty rehash of the original trilogy.
I immediately got the feeling that Kylo Ren was not as intimidating as his image. I thought he was faking the force with hidden devices and that crappy lightsabre. I initially thought he was a top level rogue bounty hunter who was pretending to be a Sith.
The OT storyline is pretty mediocre as well when you put it into scrutiny. Kylo Ren is the most interesting character in TFA. I'm guessing he was seduced to the dark side with promise of power.
i thought the droid reunion scene was the most emotional and touching with r2d2's first appearance
>C3PO: "r2d2 has entered powersave mode and may never be the same again"
the most relatable characters were a bunch of robots. Go figure
you're not the only one to take notice.
I feel he's exactly how the original nerds who actually got beat up for liking Star Wars would be if theyo T force powers and training.
It pisses me off that normalfags weren't just content to hypocritically co-opt their culture, but are now depicting them as villains and showing them getting their asses kicked by the normalfags.
I fucking hate normalfag "nerd" culture. I hope everyone who likes Star Wars chokes on their own vomit.
>The OT storyline is pretty mediocre as well when you put it into scrutiny
When you think about it, most of Star Wars is lame. but Darth Vader is the reason it's interesting at all. After years of being the Emperor's puppet, he kills him to save his son, sacrificing his life. That's an interesting character. You can empathize with him. He changes. He's not evil for the sake, he's a believable villain.
>Kylo Ren is the most interesting character in TFA
Not saying much
>I'm guessing he was seduced to the dark side with promise of power
Yeah but why does he want power? What evil is he supposed to represent?
I reeed so hard at this shit.
> supposedly a sith
> fails at basic force tasks
> got hit in a sword fight with a normie who'd never even used a sword before
> cannot mindread some bitch with no training
> not only that, the read reversed
Oh that too. Nobody is that good in the force naturally, Rey just does shit that took Anakin and Luke years of training.
If Kylo was that shit in the force, he'd have lost to any other student of Luke's, or Luke could have fucking sneezed at him and he'd faint.
Rey is the worst character in the entire series. I would rather watch more Jar Jar than have her as the lead jedi. She has absolutely no personality and everything works out without fail gor her.
>grows up on desert planet like Luke and Vader
>doesn't know who her parents are
>is as strong with the force as vaders other grandkid
>is a good pilot instantly, implying genetically, like Luke and Vader
> geek male
> normalfags have stolen geek culture so thoroughly that they're now bullying the original geeks out of it
Jesus fucking Christ the hypocrisy. The reason "geek males" are reeing at the new Star Wars is because this brilliant thing they had, that helped them escape from the bullying and shit-tier lives they had, is now a complete normalshit shilled by fucking Disney to appeal to the very normalfags who made their lives hell, and now they're being depicted as the villain who gets his ass kicked by normalfags.
They invaded and occupied a sanctuary and threw out its original occupants.
She's a mary sue but i think it's pretty fair to assume at least one reason for this is needing to be a 'strong female character'. That said maybe she's going all anakin 2.0 so there's an actual plot reason.
I'm guessing using the force is pretty addicting. You gain mind powers, telekinesis, and mastery with the most versatile personal weapon in the galaxy. To follow the light side is to show restraint and discipline. To follow the dark side is to seize power as you see fit. Kylo Ren is implied to be greatly gifted in the force. His personality obviously shows impatience and pride. It's easy to understand that he would gravitate towards the dark side.
Yes fucking Rey was given too much power. It would be more interesting if Kylo showed her mercy and allowed her to escape, so he may sway her to the dark side when they meet again. With his mind powers, he could have planted some thoughts in her mind to slowly manipulate her.
And then over the next episode Kylo would feel drawn to the light because he cannot sacrifice all those he love for power. In the end he has to fight a Sith Rey because of his initial mind manipulation. In the end it could be revealed that he had feels for her, and make it all end in tragedy ala Romeo and Juliet.
I remember Han saying that Ben was very gifted in the force. Of course he doesn't seem to have mastered the force yet, but he does lots of impressive mind reading throughout the show. I mean, he instantly knew who Finn was and read the doubts in his mind at the beginning, despite all stormtroopers having the same uniform.
I'm sick of these threads referencing a fan fiction that just happened to be made into a movie.
Understand, believe, follow!
>yfw you understand why Hux hates him so much now
>yfw Hux is a wagecuck
>shoehorning GamerGate into everything
2bh I never bothered to learn what it was about, and the fact that people are STILL trying to force it to be relevant just turns me away from it even more.
The real question is: how did he become this way? And is bad really bad? I mean sure he's bad, no doubt about it. But he seems more like the prey who became the predator, the classic bully. Insecure, needy, full of rage and in need of tons of love he's unable to obtain. So he strikes out like the vicious little snake that he is. But again, he was prey once. In what sense is he exacting revenge and in what sense is he just pure evil needed to destroyed? This I ask you white knights of /r9k/
>Red Pill Philosophy
>This movie doesn't pander to my fringe ideologies so I get angry
How are these people different from tumblrhamplanets again?
>Sounds like you just have a problem with strong women. Maybe the movie is great and its you that suck.
He's not really saying anything that hasn't been said on 4chan.
But the comments are kind of amusing. It's like a satire.
>I didn't actually watch any of it, I just want want to spam "muh middle position" everywhere and whine that everyone doesn't automatically think like me
Was anyone else squealing with glee and satisfaction when he disposed of Fin like the inept and incompetent fool that he is, hoping that Star Wars might actually evolve into a gritty and complex adaptation, finally taking itself seriously, yet also trembling in anger, rage and disappointment when he was defeated by a woman, who discovered the force about 2 hours beforehand? Seems as though it is going to continue to hold itself back with naivety and happy endings!
>Ren was the only worthwhile and interesting character
I think it's a perfect setup for the next movie. You've got a SJW (Rey), a robot (Ren), a betacuck (Finn) and a Chad (Poe). There are only a couple of ways this could all play out, and all of them are interesting.