>56% of Americans now agree that "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is "an overrated and overhyped forgery of a movie," up from 43% last week, according to the latest Gallup poll.
>most audiences cited independent online reviews and negative word-of-mouth through web boards and social media as contributing to their rapid change of heart, as the initial euphoria was slowly replaced with an acute feeling of having been manipulated by the Hollywood hype machine.
It's actually sad that such a generic shit out of a machine movie made so much money and got such universal praise.
It was competently made, it was still a mediocre movie, people get way too caught up in hype, honest Star Trek 09 and Guardians of the Galaxy were better and more risk taking and even they were corporate cashins.
How could you? Anyone that dared to criticize before viewing the movie would be deemed a racist for not purchasing 4 Finn Figures.
For Cunts sake, The fucking Storm Trooper with Riot gear sold out before Finn.
>It was a good movie.
It was a competent movie. Not good, not terrible. It was just a decently made, poorly written generic corporate cash grab with a lot of problems.
It will be forgotten about in a year just like every other generic Disney action flick they shit out every few months.
Thats not saying much considering there is only 2 good Star Wars movies, 2 mediocre ones and 3 complete shit ones.
That being said TFA is probably the most forgettable Star Wars movie next to II. At least with Phantom Menace I got podracing and duel of fates and with III we got Anakin murdering children and "From my point of view"
"That is a story for another time."
Translation: We are too lazy to explain how this cartoon bitch that we just met ended up with Luke's lightsaber and we hope you forget this gigantic plot hole.
all this tells me is that people are incapable of forming their own opinions about things and turn to the internet to do it for them
movie is still a solid 8/10 for me and nothing is gonna change that
TFA had a stormtrooper betray his former comrades, Han getting killed by his son, and Luke being found after going into self exile. Those aren't even the climax. It's very memorable.
desu there's barely a movie there
you got a string of action sequences with very little explanation of the setting and most real plot issues are left for the sequel.
overall I feel like a watched a pilot for a tv show
>all this tells me is that people are incapable of forming their own opinions about things and turn to the internet to do it for them
>movie is still a solid 8/10 for me
>Movies just as memorable as A New Hope is desu.
I know this is bait but I'll hook anyway.
A New Hope was an actual film that had its own arc, actual character development and redefined cinema as we know it, it's was the first true blockbuster adventure film and it's a well made one, its not the greatest movie, but it's highly memorable and was well made and well written despite some flat dialogue.
TFA is a generic film shit out by a computer that is fed data from focus test groups on top of a template designed by focus test groups as well designed to make people think it was a good movie while being a shallow piece of shit. One of the main reasons pacing is so fucking fast in modern action movies is so you can never stop and think about what is ACTUALLY happening on screen. It was a calculated commercial product with no effort, heart or soul or even an ounce of originality put into it. They ripped off ANH while stealing some stuff from the EU and tweaking it.
It annoys me that mediocre movies like TFA or Avengers and other Disney shit seem to get universal praise while being thin corporate cash grabs while TFA gets awards over movies that actually had effort put into them.
Its just like how generic pixar/disney shit wins best animation at every animation or film award while amazing films that desperately need recognition are often are not even nominated.
They still got your money.
They still made a billion dollars.
It was inevitable, everyone would flock to see this shit fest, because they'd been waiting like 20 years. Doesn't matter if it was shit or not, they still had to see it, and so did we.
The only thing we can do to combat them is not see the sequels, and convince everyone not to see the sequels.
Don't buy the merchandise, don't see any more films.
It'll be hard for them to recoop their 3,000 million spent on this franchise if we all band together now.
He's right though.
I wonder how many people loved the movie because of the hype and now hate it because of the backlash. That article even says that there's a lot of opinion changes due to social media and forums. We are a nation of sheep. Pump out some marketing and we all bleat our way to the theater in herds, then when someone else says "no it sucked" we bleat our way into their pastures.
>some people claim to dislike tfa
>there are criticisms of TFA online
>therefore people claim to dislike TFA because the internet told them so
nice non-sequitur, retard. it's very clear to me why someone like you enjoyed it. Tip: it has something to do with your IQ
>had no intention of watching the new shillwars or impose my views on others why they shouldnt watch it
>roommate is watching a bootlegged copy
>pass by during the scene where the black is talking to some orange yoda
>"i see blahblahblah in your eyes"
>"YOU DONT KNOW NUFFIN BOUT ME"
any more sjw memes like this in it?
I've never changed my opinion. I don't think TFA is a bad movie, I think it was a generic forgettable one made on top a template designed by the Marvel movies.
It was a slightly enjoyable turn your brain off 2 hour long trailer like the rest of capeshit.
>/tv/ taking credit for people having common sense
Whatever helps you fill that void, pham.
% of Americans now agree that "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is "an overrated and overhyped forgery of a movie," up from 43% last week, according to the latest Gallup poll.
This is literally not in the article you posted and people here are eating it up what the actual fuck this board is fucking retarded
Oh hey I'm right above his post and the first reaction image, I feel honored.
Lucas team > Abrams
TFA's only draw is that it was more "well-made", whatever that means, than the prequels. That's what everyone is cheering it on about. That's the only thing worthy of enjoyment in the film.
I will guarantee people will use that statistic pn this very board and when asked for a source will complain about spoonfeeding.
Fuck these people, its a fucking star wars, EU faggots and prequel apologists shittong up the boards woth threads after threads should be spayed and neutered
Some are okay.
I trip from time to time. See?
Most are just dudes trying to stand out
which is stupid on an anonymous image board but whateveror guys just wanting to take responsibility for their shit.
Every now and then you get a guy who is just insufferable.
if the Republic is in power, why is the Resistance the "Resistance"? What are they resisting? Isn't the First Order the "Resistance," as they're resisting the hegemony of the Republic? It's like someone on-set said "the Rebels need a new name," without realizing that the political situation in the Galaxy had totally changed since the events of the previous films.
Prequels were a result of Lucas having absolute complete control. He fronted his own money for the prequels. Fox didn't give him shit, but stood to benefit with Lucas assumed all the risk. I would've been fine with him directing if someone was there to call him out if he did retarded shit.
Who is determining how well made it is?
I generally assume its because of age bias but when Phantom Menace came out and i was a kid at the cinema i was impressed by the special effects. Not so this time around.
>Its just like how generic pixar/disney shit wins best animation at every animation or film award while amazing films that desperately need recognition are often are not even nominated.
Song of the Sea and Kaguya were fucking robbed last year.
This isn't really a surprise for one simple obvious from the start reason.
Most people agreed it was ok, but almost nobody was really going around "OMG it was amazing!"
Which is was a bad sign.
when phantom menace came out, i remember people saying it was a great movie and that i had to see it.
a year from now it will be around 50% on rotten tomatoes
It was ok, I don't feel the need to see it again immediately and it certainly did not rekindle my love for Star Wars.
Before the Prequels and Star Wars was merched and driven into the ground, I was the guy who knew the names and backstory of shit like all those cantina aliens.
They don't just rhyme, but they also mirror. You notice that in a lot of these parallels you point out characters are moving in, facing, or positioned opposite from each other. In most of the R2-D2 scenes he's facing one direction in the prequel version and facing the opposite in the other. Luke's speeder is moving towards the left while Anakin's is moving towards the right. The Chancellor Swings his chair to the left while the Emperor Swings his chair to the right. Anakin is always on the right when kissing Padme and Han is always on the left when kissing Leia. As described in Mike Kilmo's Star Wars Ring Theory Article the prequels don't just parallel the Originals, but mirror them to create a circle. Their story runs in reverse from the Originals with Episode II pretty much Episode V in reverse. Whether you liked the Prequels, or not you can't question the amount of the thought and detail that went into their creation in respect to the Original Trilogy.
when the fuck will people stop falling for media hype?
>Anakin turning his head towards Windu as he's shocking Palpatine.
>Vader Turning his head towards Palpatine as he's shocking Luke
I still can't believe you fucks use this picture in a negative way
Boyega was genuinely grateful and honored to be apart of Star Wars, and I personally couldn't be any happier for him since he seems to be enamored with the success of his role. He loved it and had fun doing it, and his performanced showed.
JJ Abrahms did great as well on the account he didn't completely fuck everything up. He played it safe by capturing the same charm and excitement the original Star Wars had, and it did that with a changing social climate.
And Daisy played her role fabulously and flawlessly. Her character saw great development and felt as if she belonged there; not once did I think "oh great another feminist forced role". it didn't feel forced at all. It fit great, and that's how these types of roles should work. They need to be natural or else it feels like they did only because they wanted to boost women's image in contemporary society.
All in all, it was a solid movie and deserved all of the praise it got. Is it a masterpiece? Far from it. Granted, Stars Wars wasn't a masterpiece to begin with.
It's a work of Pop Art and shouldn't be treated as seriously as you guys are taking it
It took the general public 1 month and Disneys marketing blitz to pull a wool over everybodies eyes. The whole time I was watching StarTrek into Darkness, I knew JJ was a hack. He's learning on the fly. And every single YouTube reviewer that gave TFA a thumbs up was paid by Disney and I'm never watching them again.
It's almost impossible to escape from the media hype. It's literally everywhere. This is why anti-monopoly laws used to exist, until Reagan/Thatcher decided that corporations should rule themselves rather than obeying the law
>fool us once, shame on you
>fool us twice, shame on us
People wised up to musicians releasing albums with 3-4 good songs and the rest full of filler. Same with pre-buying a game that is later found to be incomplete, short or buggy. No way episode 8 makes as much money.
I never understood why people always need to make things black and white. It's why I prefer IMDB to RT.
My personal opinion on the movie was always mixed.
-Nothing painfully awkward to sit through, unlike some fights in the OT and dialogue in the PT
-Rey is a Mary Sue, but if the previous training / mindwipe theory is true then it's fine
-Kylo was disappointing, but if we see that he is indeed a fiery, unpolished, unfocused angry kid, who becomes much more in control, then there is actually good character progression and he was fine
-Similarly with Finn/Rey/Poe, hopefully they show progression and are not just stagnant
-Absolutely everything to do with starkiller base. How the fuck did the "ashes" of the empire come together to make this giant machine, why was the republic sitting on its hands, and now instead of conquering they instead destroy a system and all its wealth, billions die and the movie barely cares in terms of tone/emotion, somehow this beam travels slowly but crosses many lightyears in minutes, somehow people in another system see that system get destroyed, and then this end-all machine gets blown up with the exact same plot as ep4. Complete garbage
-A bunch of other things people have mentioned, much less significant than the previous point (e.g. the nature of Han and Leia's relationship, Captain Phasma being shit and basically destroying the deathball9000 herself, etc)
IMO the movie is basically a mediocre cash grab if the redeemable cons are not addressed. If, however, ep 8/9 go in the right direction and provide answers to those issues, then looking back the movie is pretty ok, and an acceptable start to the sequel trilogy. It won't be better than just passing though because of all the shit I mentioned with the iDathStar 3S.
>I still can't believe you fucks use this picture in a negative way
It's not a particularly flattering picture of any of them so I don't know why you're surprised.
>he didn't completely fuck everything up.
We should hold the bar a little higher don't you think?
>He played it safe by capturing the same charm and excitement the original Star Wars had
If by that you mean he made a completely generic (safe) Sci-Fi film with awful contrived humor and uninteresting characters.
>Daisy played her role fabulously and flawlessly.
What was good about it? I'm not even one of those people yelling 'Mary Sue!' or 'feminist propaganda!' but her character is extremely uninteresting as is the entirety of the cast.
>it was a solid movie and deserved all of the praise it got
>shouldn't be treated as seriously as you guys are taking it
A completely safe unoriginal and boring cash grab deserves all the praise it got? I'm not a super big fan of the original Star Wars trilogy but I do enjoy them and respect them for what they did. They are fun creative films that innovated and had a great sense of adventure. The Force Awakens literally has none of that.
>mfw my fav 20+ year old unofficial cannons are better
>But Plinkett told me Lucas reused his ideas because he's lazy.
Because he is lazy and wanted to cash in on nostalgia in order to trick people into thinking, even for a second, that the prequels were good.
>Better than the prequels.
This. TFA is far greater than the prequels. It even supersedes the vision of Lucas's original trilogy with dazzling bravado. The vision is staggering, the performance are first rate, and brings back the glorydays of 70's new Hollywood for a brand new generation. And if anyone thinks I'm a shill I assure everyone in this thread that no one at 20th Century Fox paid me to post this.
Keep that feeling. It's good isn't it? Knowing that for all the horrible things in the old EU, it is still better than the new one, and probably will continue to be for a long time.
Saying these characters in TFA don't have depth doesn't make it true.. The best parts of it were Rey and Kylo Ren. Even Finn had a great and interesting background for motives.
The only ones who actually think Rey is a bad character are the /tv/ autists drooling Mary Sue over their keyboards because they're memeing, being contrarian, and most importantly missing the clear as day implications that Luke and Rey have a jedi training relationship that for some reason has been shelved in her memory.
Nigger the CGI looked dated when all 3 movies were released. Even now movies filmed almost entirely with green screen look horrible. Tech hasn't yet leaped the uncanny valley and when you stick a real person in a wholly CGI environment it looks fucking terrible.
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>The only ones who actually think Rey is NOT a bad character are the /tv/ autists drooling REY IS NOT A Mary Sue over their keyboards because they're memeing, being contrarian, and most importantly missing the clear as day implications that Luke and Rey have a jedi training relationship that for some reason I PULLED OUT OF MY ASS
fixed that for you
>but if we see that he is indeed a fiery, unpolished, unfocused angry kid
So you didn't actually watch the movie. He was. And Snoke's last line was saying that Kylo needs to finish his training. I don't know how much more obvious they need to make it that his character development is incomplete.
Do you really think that everything that happened and was built up in Ep 7 is going to result in Kylo Fuccboi remaining a fuccboi? Even Jj and Disney are smart enough to know that letting his character stagnate would kill ep 8.
They did not go through the effort of giving Kylo Ren the emotional struggle and insecurity that he had without planning for some serious payoff. If they wanted his character to be one note they would have written another EU tier dogshit Vader clone.
We've all known that for years. Seeing a movie that was almost a remake of the Original Trillogy has just made people nostalgic for a time whan the creators actually TRIED and seemed to have the intention of reating new stories and environments. It wasn't good cinema, but it was at least NEW, for the most part. I enjoyed TFA, but there's no reason to watch it for a second time rather than watching a New Hope. There's so little fresh in it, so little of its own identity to speak of. In that sense, it is quite fully a JJ Abrams film.
>Do you really think that everything that happened and was built up in Ep 7 is going to result in Kylo Fuccboi remaining a fuccboi?
Yes because they're still going to be hacks who make a retarded plot where mary sue triumphs over him in every confrontation by pulling powers out of her ass.
ZOZ "new" is a big call, considering most of the characters were returning from the original series. Not to mention what was original basically destroyed the mythos of the sw universe #midifuckians
>Hurr durr what is the second act of any story that follows the Hero's Journey ending in the hero getting their shit slapped.
You faggots act like Star Wars isn't going to be, at its core, The Hero's Journey, a story which has existed in the same basic format for thousands of years.
If TFA didnt have star wars elements it'd have gotten 5/10
It was just a nostalgia movie.
A stand alone movie about some girl getting a robot to some people and then finding some guy... None of that is really interesting unless you're already emotionally invested in the universe.
The heroes journey will require a couple of 'all hope is lost' scenes, I think it's two from memory, right before the climax at the end where she triumphs over everything
I hope Lucas will at least get some consideration but I think Disney already picked a director
>literally not in the article
not literally, but the meaning is.
count me as one who was anticipating the movie, it was competent and professional, but in the end disappointing as a whole.
Same thing happened with Avatar. Was out for a bit, everyone flocked to see it, then decided that maybe it wasn't that great. And people are remembering they aren't actually Star Wars fans but nerdy shit became cool, like Marvel, so they got on the hype train.
> She didnt know shit about flying around and battling shit
Could have fooled me.
She found herself in a crazy new world, there just wasn't struggle. She wasn't reliant on a mentor and after the one real setback of being captured she just starts winning.
You can tell the alphas of society by these things.
The betas are the ones who immediately rush out to experience what they're told they will experience. They lack autonomy and critical thought and are afraid of differing from the consensus.
The alphas might love star wars, but they won't decide until they see it. They aren't afraid to form an opinion based on their own views.
Yeah IDK why people get pissed that the actors actually like Abrams. /tv/ prefers a prick director like James Cameron that people hate working with but ends up usually getting good performances. Abrams can do well without being a prick.
>JJ Abrahms did great as well on the account he didn't completely fuck everything up
>It wasnt a total catastrophe therefore it's really great
sure if you like watching the same thing you have already seen again, only this time it´s worse and comes with a unlikable mary sue character, old characters and an and a black male character that doesn´t get to do anything
well the female lead is an feminist mary sue that get´s to be better then everybody on the first try.
there is also a scene between the black guy and the girl were he asks her if "she has a boyfriend, a cute boyfriend"
or something like that.
whole dialogue doesn´t feel like star wars
People tend to forget, that we are getting 2 more movies in this trilogy, TFA isn't supposed to be judged by trilogy standards. It has always been the second movie that decides the fate od the trilogy. Star Wars was good on it's own yeah, but not great and Phantom wasn't THAT shitty when it came out, it was Attack that ruined it beyond redemption.
Abrams casts the most talented actors he can so he doesn't have to work hard to get acceptable performances from them. That's what he gets: acceptable performances.
Cameron casts EXACTLY the actor that is correct for the role, then yells at them until they give EXACTLY the performance he wants.
TFA isn't really even redeemable at this point though. Rey has already been established as an ultimate Mary Sue, and Ren as a weak-minded limp-wristed faggot, AND they didn't even make use of the Jar Jar conspiracy, so all possibilities for overarching storylines have been cut down now. At this point whatever interesting stories they do produce from the following movies will have fuck all to do with the EU. The only way to bring any real conflict to the sequel trilogy will be if Rey becomes a Sith Lord.
I'm not crazy about it but the rampant sw shit posting needs to be addressed now because fuck its been a month of this garbage and we got a SW movie coming out once a year forever
I remember now why i leave this board
it is lazy, though they were kinda pressed for time right then
Maz needed a bigger role, or at least a better introduction. its also odd that she kept such a valuable thing (the saber) downstairs in an unlocked box.
Its fine, since literally no one but Han and the auidence understands the significance behind a light saber. Finn didn't realize it was a weapon until Maz told him.
What was she going to explain to Rey anyway? What would Rey know.about the events at Cloud City and Vadar and the force. Telling her how she got it would be the waste of time
though she should be telling Leia of all people.
say what you want about the Prequels, at least they follow Lucas' vision.
TFA is just a movie made by studio executives working off a check-list of shit they want in the movie.
Prequels are filled with stuff you may like or dislike. TFA is just empty.
>manipulated by the Hollywood hype machine
I've been telling you fucking kids that hype is poison and y'all keep sucking that AIDS dick, fuck you if you wake up with a rash if you didn't listen to me.
The prequels felt lifeless and sterile. Bluescreen the trilogy. Who cares if it was Lucas' vision if he himself became studio executive?
With Disney Star Wars there's the whole idea for endless stream of movies that will make a ton of money. But the movie itself was made by guys who wanted to make the most un-prequel movie possible. So with lots of practical effects, characters that feel like real people, return to mysticism of the force and so on. That was the idea. Some things worked some didn't but they had fun working on it.
>With Disney Star Wars there's the whole idea for endless stream of movies that will make a ton of money. But the movie itself was made by guys who wanted to make the most un-prequel movie possible
Actually it was made by guys who wanted to make the most Money possible.
That's why tfa is so sterile and boring.
- Almost a Remake of ANH? check
- Lots of nostalgia and cameos? check
- Lel so funny capeshit quips? check
- Lots of progressive shit to appeal to wide spectrum? check
It's just a by the numbers disney movie.
If you move the setting it might as well be pirates of the carribbean 5.
Yeah the prequels were shit.
But I'll take one mans steaming turd of integrity over one studios steaming cashgrab turd.
>It's just a by the numbers disney movie.If you move the setting it might as well be pirates of the carribbean 5.
True. I'll even admit I went in being a contrarian ready to hate it.
However I really loved it when I saw it. A few hours later, I realised that the whole Blow up the death star 3 plot was so lame and made no sense that they were able to do it so quickly. Felt like a cheap tack on.
7/10 movie let down by the crappy third act.
The sad thing is that almost everyone bought into the hype and advertising, most of the reviews were amazing. Most people said the film was great.
The money has been made, so what people say now really doesn't matter.
Same as the prequels, people loved that shit at first too. Only later did they hate it but by then it really didn't matter.
Disney seems to be the master at the 'first impression/hype' for their movies. They can put enough trimming in the form of comedy (and music, in the case of some of their animated films) to cover up bad plot devices/plot holes/mediocrity in general.
Look at Frozen. It made bank when it first came out and people were obsessed with it. Only when time passed did people finally recognize it as overrated and mediocre - but it was too late. It had already won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature (for what little this 'let's celebrate Disney shlock' category is worth) and Best Song and became the highest grossing animated film of all time.
Same can be said for most Marvel movies. Mediocre films and stories masked by a barrage of comedy and action.
>But I'll take one mans steaming turd of integrity over one studios steaming cashgrab turd.
I agree 100%. A flawed director's voice will always be better than a bland, forgettable studio voice.
I wish I grew up at a time when studio films were actually good, like "Giant" and "Ben-Hur".
Personally I'm looking forward to /tv/ declaring capeshit to be the most underrated, kinematographic genre of them all, and declaring Nolan to be a misunderstood genius. I give it 1.5 years.
I read that theory about kylo ren that have made sense to me:
If he was a double agent working for the light side, much would be explain:
- He has been trained by Luke so he knows that Vader in his final moment turn back to the light side.
- So by finishing what Vader had began he meant destroying the first order from the inside.
- That's why he is afraid of the light side: his sith of a boss would feel it, and his cover blew up.
- That's why he is forced to kill Han, triggering the fit of rage we attribute to teenage mood.
- That's why he don't kill Rey
What do you think? Seems legit to me.
Look at the most recent reviews, after you discount the obvious paid reviewers during movie release I doubt more than 50% of the audience enjoyed this film.
>But I'll take one mans steaming turd of integrity over one studios steaming cashgrab turd.
Lucas literally made characters so he could sell toys of them. He's just as much of a moneygrubber as Disney, he just didn't run his decisions through a committee.
Not for no reason, if it was to have access highest rank of the first order and destroy it by killing its leader.
Anyway a theory is just a theory.
But as it explains much about the character, I find it interesting.
And it would not be the first time a character is introduced in a way to mislead us about its true nature.
Sorry for bad english, but you get the point.
The vision is not staggering.
There IS no vision. Almost every scene is a weak pastiche of a scene from I to VI. Completely lazy and lacking any of the motivations from the original scenes.
>rey + finn millenium falcon escape, flying without a copilot, the jammed gun etc
>a rogue stormtrooper
>villain who's being seduced by the light
>force mind probing and paralysis
the film had lots of new ideas
The retards who thought going to see TFA was a good idea and who now feel jilted by the studios are exactly the types of retards who are responsible for the current social and political situation in western nations.
I realized it before the fucking thing came out. Why can't these retards do the same?
Critical thinking is not common. Of the minority who can do it, those who are afraid of going against the herd won't.
In the end you're left with a tiny minority who are able and willing to question things.
I find this hard to believe. I play along with the meme that people tend to believe they are smarter than their peers, but maybe it's true and I am above these knuckle dragging retards.
50% of people have a below average IQ
let that sink in
Of the 50% above the average IQ, many dont know facts because theyre just ignorant or lazy towards information
The remaining minority are the ones who have to choose whether to go against the herd or play it safe
>Literally the only memorable character people have latched onto in this film is a random Stormtrooper who almost succeeds in beating the black lead to death with an electrified riot baton
>Someone who was clearly meant to be an evil state oppressor archetype persecuting a minority
This is when a filmmaker should know they fucked up. Much like Quaritch in Avatar, when your protagonists are so thinly-sketched and uninteresting the audience latches onto the mid-level boss instead, it's a sign you should have hired better writers.
So as to avoid unnecessary posting in other threads, let's just give a warm welcome to our new friends from Reddit who've recently joined us on our beloved 4chan.
Get it out of your system!
I saw the movie twice but i'm not really interested in EP 8.
She already beat up Kylo, no amoung of backpeddling is going to make a next fight remotely interesting.
There is no real hook unlike LOTR, where they struggled at every turn and even though you knew due to the books they made it to the mountain, it was interesting to see the struggle.
It's time to summon him lads, concentrate all your meme magic towards lucas
The movie itself was not bad but it felt unoriginal
It was really nice seeing Rey become the Jedi and not Finn
Ren was just like Anakin with the lost of temperament and showing off the lightsaber skills and the bad acting of course
Also a lot of references intended or not like StarKiller
Give it a 7
Is this a joke? Or are you obviously desperate with these fucking terrible suggestions?
"One of the characters said 'cucumber'! No one ever said that in Star Wars before. That's a new idea!"