The entire frontpage is now filled with positive reviews with impossible 100% approval. Couple of days ago it there were only negarive reviews.
>An absolute masterpiece of movie making magic
> being this simple.
prepare to be confused.
what if I like the soundtrack and cinematography but not the acting of half of the cast?
do I like the film?
For the most part they are irrelevant to liking the movie. Movies are more then the sum of it's parts. What matters is the experience. If you really loved a movie that have bland score, you're eventually going to unironically learn to love it's score too.
>all that damage control
>still only 6.9/10
It's over, it's all downhill for Disney and SW from here.
>implying Disney gives a shit about metacritic scores
The movie's already sold more than any other in existence and the next few will do the same.
Publishers only care about metacritic scores when they're worried about sales
Kill yourself kid
Disney realized it won't even be passing Titanic worldwide-- so they are in FULL DAMAGE CONTROL
TOP FUCKING KEK
>being this stupid
They have plans for splashing one Star Wars movie a year for at least 5 years.
Tell me how TFA's score won't affect future movie sales.
I'm not saying they pay critics to give them good reviews because I don't know. But there have been cases of media manipulation before. It wouldn't surprise me.
Mostly because you check professional critic scores and it almost averages a 10, and then user reviews in many sites are all around 7.
>Save the franchise, Rian Johnson, you're our only hope!
>all this backslapping for TFA
>Miss him yet?
>User score 6.9 / 10
>Just on top of Spectre
>Negative + mixed reviews outnumber positive reviews
>0 bad reviews from "critics"
Top kek. They can't hide the truth.
This is an impressive bad score, because TFA has more or less just been released.
It only goes downhill from here. I'm guessing a 5.8 or 6.1 average in the future
Wait I'm so confused. I personally didn't care for it as a Star Wars movie, but even those who did concede that the movie had its flaws. How the FUCK is this movie getting 10/10 from anyone? It isn't anywhere near the ranks of any "great" movies, and even if you say you loved, there's got to be no way you see the movie as perfect. Is there???
Some people on metacritic give scores based on moving the averaged score in their direction, so people will give something a 10 or a 0 to counter people giving it 0 or 10.
Why are you asking why there are 10s but not asking how anyone could give it a 0?
Star Wars fags will rate it a 10/10 just because it's Star Wars especially if they hear about negative/bad/low reviews somewhere because they are incapable of believing it could be anything else than 10/10 so they will send out the Star Wars alarm and come out in force (no pun intended) to bump up the ratings
Have you forgotten about us EU fags? We didn't forget. Fear our 0 reviews!
PS, why did that one stormtrooper have the staff that could deflect lightsabers? There is literally no reason to have that. Guess they'll have to use EU to explain it.
Not that anon, but the annoying part of the anti-saber baton was how it was a random stormtrooper who had it. It should have been Phasma, she's already the special trooper, then she would come with her special elite weaponry. But then it would involve either Finn or Solo killing her, and that would not be politically correct.
oh yeah, pic related
Any else think TR8-TOR deserves his own spin off?
>There is literally no reason to have that.
Luke Skywalker has vanished.
In his absence, the sinister
FIRST ORDER has risen from
the ashes of the Empire
and will not rest until
Skywalker, the last Jedi,
has been destroyed.
Lightsaber resistant riot gear makes sense to me.
So they literally carry these honking things everywhere they go? Just in case? For 30 years? You realize that if they actually encountered him, those things would be entirely useless, right?
Christ, I liked the movie but these people are retards.
>but only now, at the end, do they realize
wait a minute I recognize that line
>So they literally carry these honking things everywhere they go?
No, they figuratively carry them around.
>Just in case? For 30 years?
You know they aren't jedi only weapons, right? It's riot gear that's damn near indestructible and can even block plasma weapons. That's exactly what I'd take with me if I was raiding a weird smuggler bar.
>You realize that if they actually encountered him, those things would be entirely useless, right?
They'd block his lightsaber. You ever think maybe they made them when Luke still had a school of jedi? Blasters are useless against Luke too, better send a squad to kill him unarmed then.
Disney on suicide watch
>yfw the prequels had a million times more soul and originality
Which episode is that picture from again?
I've been meaning to rewatch Trailer Park Boys for a while now.
>You know they aren't jedi only weapons, right? It's riot gear that's damn near indestructible and can even block plasma weapons. That's exactly what I'd take with me if I was raiding a weird smuggler bar.
What the fuck are you talking about? It's a staff, not a shield. Why the fuck would it be made to withstand blaster shots? If I was in a bar, I'd want a fucking blaster! It's not like these guys are going to use non-lethal force anyway. They made it pretty clear that they just shoot anyone that mildly inconveniences them. I mean, they were SHOOTING the people on that planet, not trying to break up a fucking protest, you stupid fuck.
>You ever think maybe they made them when Luke still had a school of jedi?
Which was destroyed by Kylo Ren. Why do they still carry them?
>Blasters are useless against Luke too, better send a squad to kill him unarmed then.
No, better to either:
A: surround him with like a hundred guys. Blasters start becoming effective in those situations, as we have seen before.
or more likely:
B: realize that Stormtroopers would never be able to harm Luke in any way. You're only hope is with vehicles or with a dark jedi.
>It's a staff, not a shield.
I mean there's a shield too but I wasn't talking about it. It's not a staff, it's a baton/tonfa. It's an electrified baton, it's riot gear. Are you saying it isn't riot gear?
>If I was in a bar, I'd want a fucking blaster!
And that guy had one, he was using it with the shield before he took out the baton. Seriously, did you not watch the movie?
>It's not like these guys are going to use non-lethal force anyway. They made it pretty clear that they just shoot anyone that mildly inconveniences them.
The took Han, Chewie, and Finn prisoner in that same sequence. Did you watch the movie? I'm really asking now because it seems like you're arguing about this having just scene a webm or trailer.
>Why do they still carry them?
Why get rid of your invincible riot gear just because there's only one jedi you know about? It's riot gear, not a weapon only for fighting jedi get that through your head.
Not him but you do know the baton itself (like Grievous' magnagards' staff) has to be made of a specific, rare and expensive lightsaber-resistant material, right? It's not just electrified metal that blocks lightsabers
>Reboot getting more score than original
this is the world we live in
>make it up
>The prequels were bad movies, but at least they were star wars movies.