Hey contrarian shitposting PTards, how does it feel that your opinion will NEVER EVER be taken seriously because of the heroic efforts of based Mike?
Never has anything been so completely fucking decimated like the prequels were by these fucking vids. You will forever be a laughing stock if you ever mention that the prequels "felt like Star Wars!" or "Were an artist's unadulterated vision!" in public. Even celebrities have commented on the genius and hilarity that is the Plinkett reviews.
How does this make you feel?
You keep making these threads because you're worried. Reddit, and then the mainstream, frequently sucks ideas from this petri dish of spastic matter. If all of the valid criticisms and prevalent sentiment of this place started leaking upwards it could harm sales for your future Cape Wars iterations.
>being THIS goddamn salty
This is why I come here
Not a Cameronfag but laughing like mad that this shiny soulless rehash, with the STAR WARS name behind it and global marketing, won't pass Avatar, a 2 hour long tech demo
LMAOING and your life
It's only downhill from here
Meme One will be getting buried by the latest Pixar trash
3/10, uttter garbage.
Anyone that says different is a fucking mindless consumer, a Redditor, a feminist, or a child/manchild.
Nothing about this was good. It was a remake of ANH. The characters were forced. Acting sucked. The villain was a little bitch, and his "crossguard" lightsaber was literally the most retarded thing I have ever seen. It felt like a Marvel movie. It had a cliffhanger ending with 10 unanswered question by the end. Rey was a fucking Mary Sue.
>Implying the prequels were bad
Episode 1 was a 5.7/10. Episode 2 was a 7.2/10. Episode 3 was an 8/10.
>buh buh the acting wuz SHITTT!!!
hello Reddit! It was actually nuanced and if you can't see that you have no place here. I was not the best, but the actors all played their roles decently well.
The overarching story was one of the best I've seen. The movies were on par with the originals, which are honestly overrated desu.
Can you remember anything from TFA? No. Plain looking cast, stupid plot. Terrible, and if you say different, you again have no place here.
>tfw it will still never touch Avatar
>"FROM MY POINT OF VIEW"
>"YOU HAVE DONE THAT YOURSELF"
I could honestly go on and on. Revenge of the Sith plays like a bizarre comedy. They even manage to turn Palpatine into a massive joke.
lol, I can't image being so salty that people enjoyed a solid star wars movie.
Your life must suck.
>Disney so cash hungry they already fleshed out the TR-8R'S backstory for later installments.
Nines turned out to be the "Boba Fett" that Phasma was fashioned for. Jesus christ they're getting cucked by the guy who was suppose to symbolize the mean police with riot gear.
This just proves TFA is literally JUST the type of rehash I was expecting, it's nothing but a glib facsimile.
If Star Wars was all I had access to as a child in terms of sci-fi I probably would become one of those crazy fanboys, but thankfully I had access to anime from very early on in my youth years that my mental balance is very stable.
Seriously, if you have watched Akira, you'd realize just how sophisticated anime is and it blows away anything Star Wars would have to offer.
A lot of people mention Ghost In The Shell, which has just enough of sexuality in the mix to draw in the western audience I suppose but I must say that Ghost In The Shell is not even in my top 10 anime, not even close, that's just how deep the world of anime is.
Some anime is so disturbingly mature like Fractale that I wish it would challenge the system and submit it as a Drama category in the Oscars just to bitchslap the snotty Academy.
It's not just the level of maturity and sophistication anime has, it's also quite original, entertaining, and visually fantastic. I would regard anime as the highest form of cinema art-form.
But hey, me preaching about anime won't do you any good, you gotta go out and see it for yourself just how much you are missing.
The recent one I would recommend to check out is Sword Art Online which is light and easy to get into anime for the first time yet appreciate it as much, but if you want the heavy stuff right off the line check out Guilty Crown in which the plot is so complex and twisted that you'll need extra oxygen pumped into your brain in order to comprehend everything, and if you want amazing visuals and a gripping drama that also has awesome mecha battles Aldnoah.Zero is the shit.
Seriously, if you know anime like I do, Star Wars looks like it's something for little kids.
You literally created a thread in a effort to silence criticism against TFA on /tv/ of all places like you have something at stake. Your only rebuttle is to associate anyone who isn't buying into Disney's hype machine as "lol PT sympathizer." when the discussion here is the fact that TFA is just "A Renewed Hope". Nah, your life sucks.
>yfw everyone who is criticising the force awakens is trying to be plinkett, ie literally aspiring to be a fucking reviewer
>yfw everyone who criticised the prequels just repeats mike stoklasa's words verbatim while criticising the drones who went to watch the film and who just enjoy it because they're supposed to
>yfw people are furious that the once somewhat contrarian opinion of the prequels being shit is popular and feel so negatively affected by that that they feel the need to think differently for the sake of being different, in an incredibly pathetic display of western special snowflakeism
Hey fuckface, why is Obi-Wan 20 years younger than he should've been?
Why does everyone on Tatooine wear Jedi robes?
Why did Lucas put R2 and 3PO in the prequels when Vader and Obi-Wan originally met them as strangers?
Why did Yoda use a lightsaber?
How is the Force an ancient religion when literally everyone but Luke and Leia in the OT was aware while the Jedi were galactic peace-keepers?
How did Leia remember her mothers face?
Is that about the acting? Is that the good story?
>getting this triggered over anime.
Only if I feel the need to take you seriously. You're only argument is to fall back on "Prequels" when anything bad is said about A Renewed Hope.
Considering I have yet to see a worthwhile post paired with an anime reaction image in all my years of 4chan. (I've been here since 2007). Thus, I reserve the right to completely disregard any stunted manchild who posts wapanese childrens cartoons.
>Hey fuckface, why is Obi-Wan 20 years younger than he should've been?
Ewan in RoTS was 34, Guiness in ANH was 63.
Not that bad.
>Why does everyone on Tatooine wear Jedi robes?
See the force ghosts in ROTJ.
>Why did Lucas put R2 and 3PO in the prequels when Vader and Obi-Wan originally met them as strangers?
>Why did Yoda use a lightsaber?
Maybe he learns a lot of his force-isims from Qui-Gon on Dagobah.
Use your imagination.
Or are you waiting for a comic or book to tell you what to think?
>How is the Force an ancient religion when literally everyone but Luke and Leia in the OT was aware while the Jedi were galactic peace-keepers?
It was ancient, dumbass. As for why people think they were legend-10,000 in a galaxy of quadrillions
>How did Leia remember her mothers face?
>force sensitive babies wouldn't be more attuened to emotion
"Beautiful, bad sad".
>Is that about the acting? Is that the good story?
There is nothing wrong with the acting.
for that matter
The story is VERY good.
Ah did the xzibit meme alive and well over reddit? Maybe you should go fuck off over there & circle jerk about A Renewed Hope some more.
>still pretending to be an oldfag
Reddit is always an option. You can fuck off there.
The prequels are a national treasure. George Lucas is a misunderstood genius.
JJ "Shekelsberg" Abrams is not my director.
The prequels were garbage and anyone who says they are good is a fucking normalfag or contrarian. TFA wasn't very good either, it felt like a Marvel movie which I was kind of expecting.
>Reddit so desperate to shit on Lucas, they're trying to edit the imdb page that he wrote the "So much Green" line.
>Being this mad about people's opinions.
let me guess op, you've spent the last decade regurgitating RLM's review of the prequels, to the point where being a prequel hater is part of your identity as a film watcher and person.
If more people start to appreciate the prequels, you identity as "superior prequel hater who everyone agrees with" will be destroyed and you are just starting to realise it.
Abrams is like a cinematic defibrillator. You can rely on him to resuscitate dying franchises but if used more than necessary he'll fucking shock you to death with garbage like Into Darkness.
Name a single PT criticism that can't be applied to the OT.
Star Wars is literally all the same front to back. But the "old stuff" is always going to be seen as better simply for being old.
Star Wars has always had hokey acting, poor special effects, plot holes, and generally bad writing. They filmed as popcorn movies- fun but no substance.
This is irrefutable.