>>64570968 Rey - my personality begins and ends with I'm good at everything and everyone likes me Finn - I want to leave the First Order because I don't like killing but then I'll slaughter a bunch of First Order stormtroopers in cold blood before being reduced to bad comic relief
Star Wars was always for "normies," you fucking idiot. It didn't become one of the world's largest entertainment brands because it was only consumed by nerds. Also "massive uber nerds" = uncritical neckbeard fanboys who will like and buy anything based on hype.
>>64571388 >Star Wars was always for "normies," so I keep hearing repeated over and over again ad nauseum despite all proof to the contrary.
During the EU years it was a nerd only thing, then it hyped for a while, then it became a nerd and manchild only thing.
but I think here's the key difference.
When it comes to watching the movies it's a normie thing, when it comes to everything else, like talking about it on an image board, it's a nerd thing.
Normie's don't give a fuck about SW, it's just another movie, that's why they're normies. To us it isn't and we're who matter so it's a nerd thing. Also he wasn't wrong in what he said that's actually what happened, opening of Ep.1 was so full of nerd the theatre reeked of cheap toy lightsaber plastic.
This legit bugged me, though. This guy (Finn) was literally raised with these stormtroopers as the only family he ever knew, and he doesn't even fucking hesitate to start blasting them to pieces when he decides he wants out. Aren't they the only friends he's ever known?
It has a greater variety of setting and sense of fulfilling adventure to the characters' planet hopping journeys
It has a set of distinct character that represent effectively their respective factions, desires and limitations
It does not require any cognitive dissonance as the viewer completely understands why each character is present, what they ultimately want, and their connection to what is at stake in the overarching conflict
>>64571691 After watching TFA and being disappointed I decided to watch Phantom Menace again for the first time in years.
IMO the only real things that make Phantom Menace shit were 1) Jar Jar 2) Gungans 3) Anikin's shitty child actor. Take those out and the movie would be great. Even the shitty CGI is acceptable to a point.
My dislike for TFA is much more complicated. Plot holes, reused story lines/plots, bad writing, lack of depth, etc. Not an awful movie but more of a 6/10 for me.
>>64571242 Those stormtroopers were the only people he had ever known and he starts blasting them without conscience and then yelling "DID YOU SEE THAT DID YOU SEE THAT" after escaping and murdering a hundred of them. A simple shot of him hesitating and only firing back from the TIE fighter when it's obvious it's either kill or be killer would do wonders for the character's depth
>>64571971 There's plenty wrong with explaining in detail how the force works. It takes away from mystical nature. He could have just left it a footnote in some journal and most people would have liked those movies more. I glad the top Jews told him to keep them out of the OT. He had to wait until he was surrounded by yes men to mention them.
>>64571557 bro my 53year old parents are as normie as it gets and they went to see the original like every one else did in 77
stop pretending that everyone didnt like star wars from the first movie
did it spawn nerds ? yes but you dont own it normies made star wars what it is
not the small tiny minority of faggots who dress up like storm troopers and have jedi weddings
>Star Wars was released theatrically in the United States on May 25, 1977. It earned $461 million in the US and $314 million overseas, totaling $775 million. It surpassed Jaws (1975) to become the highest-grossing film of all time; its gross was later surpassed by that of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982).
>>64572041 Arena scene was great. The moment when Anakin and Padme kiss before entering the arena with Across the Stars playing is the only moment in the entire trilogy when their love seems believable
>>64571567 That didn't really happen. A bunch of people, including me, thought that the prequels sucked but hated this as much if not more. Then a few people jumped on to try and turn enjoying the prequels into a meme and just spam about how good they are. There's still very few actual people who thought the prequels were good.
>>64571470 You should get new friends. Empire Strikes back IS a modern movie.
I think the plot holes and lack of direction for today's movies are being covered up by fast editing, meme dialogue, and special effects. If you make a bunch of scenes that look like Guardians of the Galaxy, it doesnt matter to a common person if the story makes sense. I don't know how its possible to empathize with the characters on any level the way they are making movies right now. It is getting really sad. Nobody will care about TFA next year, just like nobody is talking about marvel shit a couple months after release.
>>64572257 I'd say TPM was consistently below average. It's kind of fun, not terrible, but the whole thing is more or less at a constant level. I actually quite liked AOTC at times, but a lot of it is total shit. The highs shine a lot more than TPM but the lows are pretty fucking low and there's a lot of them.
>>64572417 I think the base can move around like the Death Star. I think it's dumb because destroying a star is just as good as blowing up a planet. I'd be more efficient by destroying a republic system's star and then firing that energy at another system. Same old stupid empire.
>>64571664 Why would he have raised a family or made some relationships with other Stormtroopers? Not everyone is like the pair of Stormtroopers who are talking about T-17s in the tractor beam room scene in "Star Wars", or the pair of Stormtroopers who were talkig about T-47s or whatever in the scene of Rey trying to escape Starkiller Base in "The Force Awakens"
Yes, they copied the T-17 line. I catched it on my first and only viewing.
>>64572470 TPM could have easily had one of the best moment in the entire PT in the Maul duel (and that's how I remembered it) but on a rewatch it's completely ruined by constantly cutting back to Jar Jar stumbling around on the battlefield and "I'll try spinning, that's a good trick"
>>64572500 >I'd be more efficient by destroying a republic system's star and then firing that energy at another system Jesus I hadn't even thought of this. Even the name is fucking "Starkiller" as though that's the main function.
>>64572592 I kept saying "I should just skip these scenes" every time Anakin and Jar Jar showed up during the finale. I was just annoyed every time they showed up because I was actually enjoying the movie.
There is a ton of Stars Wars fans who only ever cared about the movies. You don't fucking own shit autist. People that weren't complete beta neck beards could see that 99% of the EU was fucking garbage and ignored it. You don't get to tell me shit about being "not le ebin tru fan" because I decided to not subject myself to the novels of a bunch of hacks and literally who's
He says that he was taken from his family and raised as a stormtrooper. He doesn't even have a name outside of his serial number. The people he starts killing immediately are functionally the only family and friends he's known since he was a child too young to even remember his birth parents. Being a stormtrooper doesn't make you a robot, we see other pairs of troopers being buddy-buddy throughout the whole movie.
It feels like Disney was terrified of making anything like the prequels so they made a watered-down imitation of a new hope. "The prequels too serious so there's going to be a ton of goofy millenial comic relief" "the prequels didn't have realistic/believable sets so the original jedi temple is going to be a stack of rocks" "people liked the death star so we're going to do another death star"
>>64572688 That he didn't even have an actual name suggest Stormtroopers didin't really care about social meetings and relationships. They were trained and instructed for battles and security, not for buddying.
That's why Finn accepted having a name which was based on his designated ID, or why he took Poe's jacket, or why was he interested on Rey, or why he delivered his "I'm in charge" line to Phasma. He was finally an actual person, with feelings and emotions.
You can argue the movie didn't do a good job at this, but I found this idea far more succesfully developed and expressed than some of the other ideas, such as the First Order being formed by young space neo-nazis who are fond of the Empire (a dictatorial government mostly run by old, competent officers) and therefore too passionate and manipulable.
>>64572419 Honestly, this is true. A problem with rebooting Star Wars is for people to say it's as good as the old trilogy requires the movie to actually be better than the old trilogy. Which it almost is
You're making good points, I just find it hard to believe that someone who has too much of a conscience to kill villagers he's never met would be cool with killing a bunch of the only people he's ever known. Without even the tiniest hesitation or regret.
>>64572861 The Star War franchise always had a problem of things running too fast, giving too on screen time for digesting some events.
In SW77, for example, there's no real gravity in the destruction of Alderaan. And Luke's lament of Obi-Wan's death only lasts a few seconds before the movie set up a dogfight between the Falcon and four TIE Fighters.
But at least, both in SW and ESB, you have some scenes of low intensity action, such as Obi-Wan's hut or Dagobah.
It's in RotJ when too much stuff starts happening but our commitment to the characters and overall conflicts are much lower than ever. And it has only become worse since.
>>64573204 Yeah. I'm really not awed by the original trilogy. I definitely think episode IV is better than TFA, but it's not far off from the quality level of the other two. It's a lot more hollow though, and clunky. I'm confident the next two will be pretty good though, as well as less derivative.
>>64570696 My sister has horrible taste and has never seen Star Wars before. She said she was "obsessed" with ep VII before asking me if this was the same series as Yoda and if they will make more now.
>>64573122 In SW77 Luke barely knew Obi-Wan, and yet he accepted his explanations of the Force, the Jedis, the old Republic, and his father.
Before R2D2 played the whole hologram recording, or before the death of Beru and Owen, Luke didn't have good reasons to believe what cranky old Ben Kenobi says. Unlike Rey, who has always lived as a scanvenger in a desolated planet, and has heard of legends and stories of the Rebellion, Luke and the Millennium Falcon, Luke always had a peaceful life with his adopted family in a farm.
Yet the movie took its time and patience to explain to us Obi-Wan was an actual Jedi, and a good person.
In TFA, through, everything is rushed, so there's no time to digest anything. That's why you can't believe Finn would later try to kill his former work compannions.
>>64572573 We saw him emotionally effected by the death of one of his comrades. When he sees the guy shot he comes to his side to see what he can do. Clearly it's meant to show that he cares about them.
>>64572024 Scientific study of anomalies always makes the phenomenon less "mystical", it made sense that an organization of Jedi Knights would have applied some study to the force the same way we study gravity and atoms etc. what WAS stupid about midi chlorians was obi-wan saying OMG THEYRE OFF THE CHARTS, NOT EVEN YODA HAS A COUNT THAT HIGH like they're talking about power levels from dbz
>>64573532 If I were in a battle, I would care about the lifes of everyone on my side, regardless of whether I knew them or I would hate them had I met them in other circunstances.
We know Finm cares about people. He don't need to have already established relations with them. And he mostly kills for self-defense: his escape from the Star Destroyer, the chaos at Maz Kanada's castle, the infiltration of Starkiller, and so on.
We know innocent people were imprisonned on the first Death Star before Luke blowed it up. Nobody outside some EU stories cared about it.
>>64571993 If Anakin had better lines and didn't come off as a desperate, clingy creep (get someone who hasn't gone through a divorce to write this shit for you George), it would have been a perfectly passable movie imo. Heavy on gratuitous action, missing some other things, but it would have been fine.
Fact is that going into this AoTC with Anakin jumping from a little kid to a hot adult is really freaking weird, especially to see Padme magically fall in love with him in a very short period of time. And they need to sell it because it's critically this relationship that causes Anakin to make his dramatic betrayal. Because it fails so spectacularly, it cripples RotS, which was otherwise fairly solid.
>>64573806 Worse, Anakin's first appearance in AotC is in the elevator scene, where he is talking with Obi-Wan as goodfriends.exe, yet we never see thm acting as goodfriends.exe up until a very short scene in RotS right after crashing a capital ship on Coruscant.
>>64573766 >And he mostly kills for self-defense: his escape from the Star Destroyer, the chaos at Maz Kanada's castle, the infiltration of Starkiller, and so on.
I can understand this, but it seems to me that he's far too enthusiastic about the whole thing. At least they do play up that he just wants to run for most of the movie, rather than having him want revenge or anything like that, but a guy who seems so opposed to killing and death really shouldn't be celebrating killing a bunch of people, even in self defense. It seems contradictory to me.
> We know innocent people were imprisonned on the first Death Star before Luke blowed it up. Nobody outside some EU stories cared about it.
I think that saving all of the people on Yavin IV (and future planets that may have been blown up too) outweighs however many prisoners died on the Death Star by a pretty substantial amount.
Frankly, this whole thing with Finn would have worked just fine if the Stormtroopers remained volunteers like they were in the OT and the First Order weren't as blatantly Nazi-ish. Finn could have just signed up because order in the galaxy sounds good or whatever and he needed a job, then deserted when he found he didn't really have the stomach for that sort of work.
>>64574072 That's largely the fault of the story structure to accommodate TPM. After rewatching it, Obi Wan and Anakin have literally 2 lines of dialogue between each other, the movie wastes 1/3 of trilogy's screentime and does literally nothing its with the most important relationship.
I feel that if Ep I was completely scrapped and replaced with a simple Anakin and Obi Wan buddy cop adventure with Padme in the background it would do wonders for the way we see AotC and RotS now
>>64574147 Maybe, but I'm uninterested on it. Basically nothing the prequels established and/or consolided, from its main characters to its description of the Force, from the Jedi Order's structure and organization to the overemphasis on the Republic's politics, was interesting, so i'm not gonna waste my time on something i is based on products I despise, no matter how well polished the spinoff product treats its source material.
That's why I would love to an alternate sequels of ESB, because RotJ is too terrible for my tastes.
Now, now, don't be telling lies. He refused to participate in the battle before his friend got shot. My guess is that he is Force sensitive, which protected his mind from the brainwashing when all the other troopers were at best peons and at worst true believers like TR-8R.
>>64573922 >>64574072 Yeah, that was the second biggest issue with AoTC. Obi is supposed to be "a good friend", and Anakin regularly refers to him as a father, yet all we see the two of them do is argue. Anakin blames him for his problems and complains about being held back with Padme too. It just doesn't make sense. Lucas needed to establish their friendship first before showing some problems.
Their relationship could have been established in TPM instead if Anakin hadn't been an 8 year old kid, but oh well. The groundwork for the Padme-Anakin romance could have been set their too.
Shame, really, all of the settings, the sounds, droids and ships were exceedingly cool, and there was plenty of potential there.
>>64573190 There's not time to digest the destruction of Alderaan, but it does have time for the characters to be built up, grow, and form relationships (that also grow). The Force Awakens really lacks that the strong characterization that SW77 and ESB have. As a result, it's hard to take Finn seriously when he talks about Rey being the "first one to look at him like that" because it feels like they just met moments ago. It's hard to take Han being impressed by Rey seriously because it feels like they just met and she hasn't done enough to earn his trust and respect. The most believable relationship in this film is between Han and Leia, but that's because of the old films.
>>64574318 >He refused to participate in the battle before his friend got shot. What? You can tell him from any of the other guys running around before blood gets smeared on his face. For all we know he could have been shooting people just fine up until then. It would have been odd if he couldn't bear to shoot at the people trying to kill him. After he seems to shocked to do anything.
>>64574437 >The most believable relationship in this film is between Han and Leia, but that's because of the old films. Of course, they seem to drop Han's death pretty quickly too. No funeral scene for him.
The bit where Rey is all shaken up by his death, and Leia comforts her rather than Chewie really bugged me.
>>64574198 I only find him enthusiast when dealing with Phasma. However, we know Finn already knew her and her authoritarian behavior, so probably he interacted with her in a "take that!" moment.
Otherwise, Finn was mostly running away, and only becoming a little more brave and passionate the closer the movie was to the end credits.
But I understand your view. As I said, the movie never really develops any of its points in a satisfactory way. The space neo-nazis idea wuld have really worked have the movie treated the First Order as some sort of talentless, useless hacks that are easily dominted by actual competent people such as Snoke. Instead, we have Stormtroopers who are more fearful and competent than the old Stormtroopers, kids delivering Hitleresque speeches, and superweapons that renders the original Death Star completely outdated. It's all rushed, poorly conceived and over the top.
I only saw it once a couple of weeks ago, I'll have to take your word for it on that. The fact remains, though, that he is one of very few, if any, other stormtrooper defectors. Why wouldn't there be more of them?
>>64574378 They aren't best friends in AotC until the very end. They have a strained relationship up until the point where Anakin and Kenobi fight Dooku. This is a turning point in their friendship because it's the point where they realize they have to work together and rely on each other.
That's why, at the beginning of RotS, we see that they're best bros, working together and really in sync (there's even a deleted scene where they make gestures that only they understand).
It's a misunderstanding that AotC is meant to be the height of their friendship. RotS is the height of their friendship up until Anakin completely falls to the Dark Side.
>>64574518 And then Leia, instead of going to see Luke, sends Rey off.
A huge theme of the film is "unearned." The relationships are unearned, Rey being a Force master and a lightsaber expert are unearned, the whole thing relies on nostalgia rather than earning its own place as a film, and it all stems from the fact that the people making this film didn't earn this franchise. They bought it off Lucas, who built it all from the bottom up (with help, of course).
>>64574609 >They have a strained relationship up until the point where Anakin and Kenobi fight Dooku. This is a turning point in their friendship because it's the point where they realize they have to work together and rely on each other. That's bullshit. There's not a single moment during the Dooku fight (or until the end of AotC) when they show it's a turning point. It's the same old shit with Obi Wan saying one thing (Anakin, attack slowly from the left) and Anakin being a hothead and doing the exact opposite. They don't fight him together and have no meaningful scene/dialogue between them after the fight that would establish any change in their relationship
>>64574437 Exactly my point. In SW77 Obi-Wan has more screen time with Luke that Han had with Rey. Obi-Wan could also interact with Luke in non-action scenes, whereas in TFA only the pre-battle Maz's castle is the only relatively long part where Han could do some parenting. Also, in Obi-Wan's death scene, the emphasis was on Luk, whereas in TFA is in Han and Ben.
In ESB you have Leia and Chewbacca giving Han and Luke for dead in Hoth. You also have Chewbacca going nuts and resisting handcuffs, and taking his time to relax and comply with Han's wishes, and even during the freezing he as mourning in lament. What does Chewbacca do in TFA? A growl, then he starts using his bowcaster as in a normal action scene. He didn't even meet Leia in the Resistance base.
SW77 treat characters' relationships and emotions as something worth having screen time. TFA does not.
>>64574697 >they don't work together >anakin gets btfo >kenobi goes to save his friend >kenobi gets btfo >anakin goes to save his friend >kenobi tosses him his lightsaber in a token effort to work together >anakin gains the upperhand for a bit, but kenobi's lightsaber is eventually destroyed >anakin gets btfo again >yoda saves their butts >next movie, they've learned from their mistake and clearly are working in sync and are much, much closer
These are not complex films. I can only assume you're purposefully getting them wrong so you can claim they're bad.
>>64574895 No, you're just reading too much into a simple action scene. Anakin acts like a spoiled brat when the script demands it and like a total bro when the script demands it. None of this is set up in any meaningful way
>>64574980 It's not even Coruscant, it's some other planet.
They do something a little different in that we see the people panicking right before it hits, but you're right: TFA also doesn't give you any time to digest the destruction of four or five planets, and the fact that so many people thought it was Coruscant shows that they don't even spend enough time to let you fully know what really happened.
>>64575061 >>64575048 >>64575213 >Coruscant historic home of the Galactic Senate >TFA let's blow them up >Actually that wasn't Coruscant but you'd only know that if you read Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary >We moved them to this new planet >By voting >That's totally a thing that happens right guys
Guess even JJ couldn't get the nod to blow up a planet that important.
I'll never forgive you for Vulcan you jew eyed fuck
>>64574980 While I have never liked how SW77 forgot about Alderaan, at least it made more sense than in TFA.
In SW77, other than Princess Leia, the only people we know they knew about Alderaan were Luke, Han, Chewbacca and Obi-Wan. Han and Chewbacca were mere smugglers, they would barely care about a planet being blowed up. Ibi-Wan was a very patient, self-controlling Jedi, he wouldn't give all his emotions free run. Luke otherwise is caught with the Falcon being captured by the Death Star, and finding a way to save the Princess.
In TFA we see part of the Resistance watching the destruction of not-Coruscant in real time. Han seems to be the most affected, but other than that, they cared more about the inminent destruction of their planet than the Hosnian system.
Let's also not forget that the Resistance base could have avoided being targeted had they forgave the Falcon to fly towards their planet. That's the whole point why Han visited Maz, to ask for a safe way to deliver the droid to the Resistance. But I guess they needed to add some fake tension for the final 1/4 of the movie.
>>64575313 Did you see a random girl being given a little prominence in the shot before the destruction of not-Coruscant?
That was supposed to be a side character who talks to Leia in a deleted scene. The original cut of the movie lasted like 2 hours, 40 minutes, and included a few scenes of the new Senate and Leia warning everybody about the First Order.
>>64575252 They don't "work together", they just happen to be in the same action scene that has them slashing through a hundred of non threatening droids. They do the same thing before the Dooku fight in AotC at the arena, so them getting BTFO by Dooku isn't some great epiphany for them
There is no cohesion to them working together or not. Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't, it's never set up in any meaningful way.
>>64575528 >They don't "work together" They absolutely do. Rewatch the fight.
They're right there together, fighting the dude together at the start of the fight. Then, when Kenobi is incapacitated, there's a closeup shot on Anakin's face, and you can see he's pissed that his best bud got knocked out. His friendship with Kenobi drives him to victory.
Compare that to the first fight, where Anakin just runs in on his own, and they aren't fighting together.
RotS is the height of their friendship, not AotC. AotC is (in part) them working out the problems within their friendship. What would lead you to think otherwise?
>>64575639 They fight Dooku together for 14 seconds, I counted it with a stopwatch, if that's your definition of working together then sure, but to me it seems like they just want Obi Wan out of the way quickly so they can focus on how much more powerful Anakin has become. They don't beat Dooku and save Palpatine by working together, they do it leaning almost entirely on Anakin's skill
>>64575909 Literally my thoughts. I finished rewatching the prequels 15 minutes ago. After seeing TFA I thought it was way better than any prequel but now I'd easily take RotS over it and probably TPM as well
>>64576028 >Hey guys, I guess during this fight we should show that Anakin and Obi Wan learned to fight together after getting their asses kicked by Dooku the last time >Great idea, how do we go about it? Maybe we'll have them use real teamwork and synergy to succeed when they previously failed >Nah, let's just have them disrobe at the same time, let Obi Wan get knocked out 10 seconds in and then have Anakin save the day. That will show how close they got >Brilliant
>>64576339 They do, but a good way to show characters learning to work together would be to have them try and beat the bad guy separately and fail (like they did in AotC) and then have the heroes face him again and win BECAUSE of working together. Anakin and Obi Wan don't win BECAUSE they worked together, they win because Anakin has grown much more powerful between AotC and RotS
But, I mean, this really isn't that subtle. In the first one, they aren't working together. Kenobi plays boss and Anakin tries to save the day on his own. On the second one, they fight together as a team.
Nothing more I can say. The fights speak for themselves.
>>64571691 >>64571889 At the very least, the prequels were ambitious. But TFA? What do we see >a desert planet >a death star >some planet with a cantina and a forest next to it >a planet that is home to a jedi master in exile
>>64576566 They don't need to win together to have worked together.
Also, again, Anakin wins because he's driven by anger/concern for his best friend getting crushed. More signs of it being the height of their friendship.
Here's more of them working together: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqgphpiO0L8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eO2y7nhwcds (this video has a great example right at the start, where they're swinging their lightsabers synchronized at around 0:16/0:17) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0zj3Ap74Vw
Oh, and it's only through their teamwork that they manage to land the ship and save everyone including themselves (couldn't find the whole clip, though). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0zj3Ap74Vw
They've clearly grown since the second film and now work together, dude. Again, not much more I can say, just watch the videos.
>>64576916 You'd be correct if they didn't work together in AotC.
They worked together during the Coruscant chase and then again during the arena battle. So out of 3 action sequences they shared in AotC they worked together in 2 of them. The AotC Dooku fight is never shown to be a demarcation point after which they start to work together, because they did it before that as well and done so successfully
>>64577071 They don't work together during the Coruscant chase or the arena fight.
During the arena fight, they're entirely separated. Kenobi and Anakin fight separate monsters. They beat their monster separately (using completely different tactics) then join together briefly before separating to fight droids on different parts of the battlefield. Anakin is with Padme more than he is Kenobi.
During the Coruscant chase, Anakin is constantly doing shit that Kenobi tells him not to do, so much that Kenobi stops him and scolds him.
You're arguing a losing battle here, friend. Again, the scenes themselves prove you wrong.
>>64570496 >"TFA will be shit! Fucking Jew Jew Abrams, fucking nigger main character, fucking SJWs! People won't accept this! It will be worse than the prequels and a total flop!" >Trailer drops. Record pre-sales, screenings booked out months in advance. Hype incredibly high. >"I-i-t'll still be a flop! Guaranteed to be shit! Phantom Menace sold well too before people realised it was shit! N-nigger character!" >TFA releases. 5 star reviews, record opening day. People love based Johnny B's performance, and he's very well received. >"o-ok it might not be as bad as we thought, but it's still not going to beat Jurassic World! Disney are finished!" >Beats Jurassic World, despite being released in off-season and no Chinese release. >"J-just wait until based RLM eviscerates it for being A New Hope ripoff in a Mr Plinkett review! You'll f-fucking see then Starfags!" >Mike loves it. RLM approve and think it has saved the Star Wars franchise from the prequels. >"FUCKING SHIT FILM, MARY SUE JEW SHIT. PREQUEL LOVE THREAD. WHO FUCKING LOVES ATTACK OF THE CLONES? I DO. REVENGE OF THE SITH WAS BETTER THAN ROTJ. BASED GEORGE LUCAS. WELL AT LEAST TFA WON'T BEAT AVATAR, I FUCKING SWEAR TO GOD PLEASE."
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