JJ confirmed this scene was from Cloud city
If this is a memory of rey from Cloud city, what was she doing in Cloud city?
I think you mean Lando's bro.
I like how some throwaway lines throughout whole saga can be used so effectively to explain different stuff in the other movies.
>in my experience, there is no such thing as coincidence
this line made me a DJJ believer
Maybe she was the one who found Anakins/Luke's lightsaber. Idk
But since u brought this scene up, what about when she was being left on Jakku, the ship that was flying away flew into some weird light. The only other thing i remeber looking like that like was when the Starkiller got done charging (right after han is kill, you see the light over Rey and Finns shoulder when the react to hans death)
Thou it really doesnt make sense, since why would the starkiller be near jakku or even finished when rey is young, but i like what one anon said that it was Kylo was the one who left Rey on Jakku.
Tl;dr sry my post is a mirandering mess, on my phone and too lazy to propely post
I am not going to bother to see this movie but I love the sheer denial you fucking nerds are going into. I laugh every time one of you implies that the movie failed or that people dont like it.
It is wildly successful, still going strong, and normies fucking love it. Deal with it.
it was obi wan watching over the fight
she's obi wans granddaughter
>If this is a memory of rey
I don't think they're Rey's memories, particularly because it ends with her and Kylo Ren in that forest on the Starkiller Base planet (which happens in the future).
It's just her having visions through the Force.
>Lando was already rumoured to be returning.
The fucking nostalgia shit will never end. I love Lando, he may pull it off. I literally hated seeing Solo and Leia as old farts.
Sorry but this shit doesn't do the trick for me. Solo died in 1983 and never came back.
All I saw was old Ford, not Solo.
His death was like putting a diseased dog down. I didn't even feel sad.
>thank fuck he is gone
what makes you think disney won't do the exact same thing?
Besides, this is awesome. Honestly, it's this kinda of bizarre non-sense merchandise that makes me still like SW.
As much as I love Bespin, the idea that it will be in the next movie worries to death that it's only going to be another fucking "soft reboot".
If it is, I seriously consider boycotting. I don't want Disney to think they can milk my udders this lazily.
She saw the past and future
>seeing her parents leave her
>the luke and R2D2 scene
>knights of ren killing all the rebels in the rain
>Kylo appearing in the snowy forest
Even Kylo saw the future in her when he says "an island, you've seen the map"
That's all the new movies will be. They are just going to follow the pattern of the ot to play it safe.
Yes and no. He fucked her when he was a padawan but never in the present.
Wtf are you on about this being canon? Just because it's in a videogame approved by Lucas doesn't make it canon. Star wars has been merchandized to death, not everything that happens in games, coloring books, lunchboxes, or Lego sets is canon
All right, relax. I'm just really not into rap though I can enjoy some of the less plebby rappers out there.
You'll be mad but the most rap I ever listened to was ICP. They're actually funny and smart in most of their songs, à la South Park, and I enjoy the universe they create with them demon clowns and inherent justice and all that. No bully.
I can't take the speculation anymore.
Rey is a resurrected force ghost. Luke discovered the presence of a very powerful entity through the force during his teaching days. The ghost over time taught him how to resurrect it. He did so, but the ghost attached itself to a young girl student that just came to his academy. Only at the end did Luke learn that the power was Dark in it's nature. The girl was very confused about her past now with two minds within her so Luke had her left at Jakku until he could figure out how to reverse the process.
The ghost was
Revan. It boils down to Revan was bored and following the last Jedi and Sith in the galaxy which is why Rey weirdly remembers could city.
There you go.
Just Dance would actually be a good game and you could probably learn some decent dancing from it if it actually had a decent soundtrack and wasn't just shitty top 40 pop tracks.
it's the logical evolution from DDR, it's tracks though are so fucking bad.
Should have shit like this in it.
Why would it have to be her memory? It's probably just a vision related to the saber itself.
Visions through the force do not have to strictly involve the person having the vision. Think a little before you make some stupid thread that stupid people will buy into.
Jesus Christ you colossal retard it's a fucking FORCE VISION. VISION AS IN THE FUTURE. FUCK WHY ARE YOU PEOPLE SO RETARDED. WHY DO SO MANY OF YOU DUMBASSES THINK ALL OF THE VISION WAS A FLASHBACK?
Maybe because it showed Kylo having murdered all of Luke's apprentices, which was explicitly stated to have already happened?
this is how they recruited finn:
Vision ≠ Future you ignorant fucking caps-locking retard.
> it showed Kylo having murdered all of Luke's apprentices, which was explicitly stated to have already happened
Is she trying to look confused there? She looks fucking retarded, like those ugly facial abuse girls that get roasted by the camera man, I'm half expecting that bald white trash manlet to show up and stuff his dick down her throat
>Sheev will appear in VIII and IX through Rey's memories and telephatic communication, mirroring Obi-Wan speaking to Luke after leaving the Death Star
>"Spin, Rey, Spin!"
>"Use the midichlorians, Rey"
>"Rey, threaten me"
You fucking pedophile, enjoy getting v&
Rey's a genderbent clone of Vader. It explains why Kylo acted like such a sperg towards her
I really like that they went with that hallway. If they had shown us the carbonite freezing chamber or the platform where Luke lost his hand, it would have been too obvious of a nod to Empire.
By using that hallway, it's less of a nostalgic nod and more like they just want to give you that familiar feeling. It's less like "Hey, look! The cloud city!" and more like "Hey... this hallway feels familiar. I've seen it before."
bruh, the saber has stored memories + forward force visions is what she experienced. it went back all the way to the prequels (anakin burning) to her near future (duel with ren in the snow).
Its box office gross is stellar and people clearly like it. Nobody can dispute that.
But Avatar is the highest-grossing movie of all time, and looks like it's going to get blown out by TFA very soon.
What is the general public consensus on Avatar nowadays? I'll tell you: the consensus is that it's shit.
The Force Awakens is wildly successful right now, but that only matters right now. What will people think of it six months from now? A year from now? A decade from now?
Its present success won't matter when the present ends, and it will end.
It's simple psychometry caused by the cosmic Force energies surrounding the saber you fucking faggots. The saber is showing her powerful moments in Skywalker history, such as the revelation (I am your father) in Cloud City.
As part of the lightsaber creation and/or attunement process.
A jedi/sith meditates for days/weeks on their lightsaber crystal.
It operates as a mechanical energy tool, but it also contains a shit load of force energy.
The jedi use their lightsaber in a similar way that the wizards from harry potter use wands. They use the lightsaber to focus their energy and draw from it like a battery at times.
This. Rey is Lando and Leia's love child that drove her and Solo apart. In EP8, Rey and Fin get it on, and then in EP9, they go full Game of Thrones with Rey having Fin's baby, only for them to discover that he is also Lando's kid with some random space. Their incestuous liove child is the new Joffery, swinging a lightsaber and popping off lightning caps from the moment he leaves the crib.
I've seen TFA 3 times thus far.
Each ship builder/spaceyard has pretty specific looks/designs to the ships.
Kuat Drive Yards (jedi starfighter in ep2, slave 1, later star destroyers )
Rothana heavy engineering-subsidiary of kuat drive yard (republic gunships, acclamator class star destroyers)
Incom (arc-170 piloted by clone troopers in ep 3, xwings, snowspeeders)
Cygnus (imperial shuttle, ep3)
Sienar (primary ship builder for empire and first order, TIE fighters, imperial shuttles, star destroyers)
Slayn & Korpil (B-wing ep 6, later retrofitted into landing craft that Leia landed on in ep7)
Corellian (republic cruiser that quigon and obiwan rode into trade federation ship in, blockade runner at beginning of ep 4, millennium falcon).
Theed Palace Space Engineering (naboo crafts)
The ship that left Rey had blue engine flames.
2 main engines of round shape.
The ship had a rectangular profile that does not match any known builder.
I never understood the act of "dancing". Why are people so into it? You're just moving your arms and legs around in a fixed place while music plays in the background. Why do normies think this is the funnest thing ever?
JJ doesn't. But they DO have technical advisors. The cross-section book for TFA easily shows quite a lot of care went into the technical design of things.
The fact that the B-wing was converted into a troop carrier per the actual technical notes is a testament to the "technology evolution" thought that went into the movie.
The design of the back of the ship was purposely thought out to be different from rebel/republic technology.
It may seem like the most aspie thing...but to me and other engineering based minds...it's like the difference between seeing someone with and AK47 and an AR15. You can tell alot from the technology used.
The TIE fighters in TFA have blue engine flame. In the technical manual this is due to the high exhaust temp. This is why there are Fuck huge radiators surrounding the cockpit.
Also, the engines on the ship that dropped Rey off were not large. This means the ship is most likely a short range vessel/dropship that docks with a larger ship for hyperdrive travel (very similar to the first order drop ships actually...though, those crafts are much longer/larger in size and have square/rectangular engines).
In any case, whoever dropped Rey off is well funded/apart of a larger organization.
I suspect empire affiliated.
First of all, you might want to consult a doctor because you probably have autism. Second, people like dancing because it's a way of picking up subtle body language cues in order to determine which random slag/chad to take home from the club
Trances and 'runners highs' are documented physiological states anon, dancing is similar to those and can even play a key role in going into a trance.
Your autism is also off the charts, but mine only goes up to "extreme risk of making fedora trick youtube videos."
>kinect footage in the top left showing a fat man who can hardly keep up
The cave never screamed at Luke like a crying baby from several meters away.
And while it did produce a vision of Vader, it never pretended it wasn't the same cave. It was far more subtle than that. The vision was ethereal and dreamlike at that, presented to us in slow motion.
What's more, the cave was introduced to us as a place strong in the dark side of the Force. It was never portrayed as anything else.
On the other hand, Anakin's lightsaber has appeared in three prior movies and has only been portrayed as a lightsaber, albeit one with history and sentimental value. It has never been shown to have any Force connection of note -- at least, no more than one would expect from a lightsaber -- until this moment.
Somehow a lightsaber is able to produce incredibly realistic and vivid visions that give the impression that the viewer has been transported to an entirely different location?
And somehow a lightsaber is able to project Rey's own childhood cries into her mind from that far away?
It's fucking ridiculous. The problem isn't that we don't know how Force visions work: the problem is that we've SEEN how Force visions work, and they don't work like that.
When The Phantom Menace was new, Kevin Smith was one of several critics calling it the best Star Wars movie yet.
It's only with time and distance that it gained the reputation it has today.
When Attack of the Clones was new, critics praised it as far better than The Phantom Menace.
Time and distance, again, have led people to consistently consider it the worst film of the saga.
When The Empire Strikes Back was new, most critics gave it mixed reviews.
Time and distance, yet again, have raised it to be hailed as the greatest film in the entire saga.
Every Star Wars movie except Ep IV has had dramatically different reception long-term than it did short-term. These opinions, these reviews, anything anyone says about this movie for the next month or so if not more: it all means nothing.
Darth Vader murdered a bunch of children, Jedi, and CIS high-ups with it, to be sure.
But Luke touched and wielded the same lightsaber for three years without any trouble or any visions of any kind.
Whatever dark side aura it might have had, it never manifested at any point.