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[Movie] Star Wars Episode VIII

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  1. wizkid83

    wizkid83 Contributing Member

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    If Poe didn't go on his mission, Del Toro wouldn't know of the plans (which was never explained how he knew), no resistance to sell out, they make it to the planet just fine.
     
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    1. There were massive plot holes; not just Snoke. Snoke isn't so much a plot hole as a missed opportunity...instead of Snoke we got casinos, class warfare and animal rights for fictional animals.

    2. I have no problem with Luke being bitter...mad...reclusive. No problem with that. I do have a problem with him all of a sudden being a one-line zinger slinger. It's as if his script was written for Han Solo.
     
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    There will always be these mass market appeal movies that the fanboys will detest. Massive plot holes but i'm more concerned with
    wasted opportunities.

    Snoke's death could have been something more built up. Luke Skwalker the same. Imagine if Luke, Rey and Kylo fought
    Snoke and his Praetorian to the death.

    Or if Skywalker really did fight off At-At's and a hundred strormtroopers and really went out in a blaze of glory knowing
    all the while that he sacrificed himself for the future of the rebellion.

    Go out like a fighter.

    We really need a Logan/Dark Knight style movie with the Jedi in the Star Wars Universe.

    Rogue One I thought was great. A gritty story and an attempt to do things in a better way.
     
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    End.[/QUOTE]
    The movie Force awakens clearly built him up not me. They had him in control of everything. All knowing about the force. Holograms of him larger than life. You are a joke if you don't think so
     
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    This was pretty well done (although I hate the commercial)

     
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    The movie Force awakens clearly built him up not me. They had him in control of everything. All knowing about the force. Holograms of him larger than life. You are a joke if you don't think so[/QUOTE]

    The movie Force awakens clearly built him up not me. They had him in control of everything. All knowing about the force. Holograms of him larger than life. You are a joke if you don't think so[/QUOTE]


    He wasn't built up. You're going off fan reaction that he was larger than life and that Rey was a special bloodline because you were expecting the same movies as before. You're a joke if you're blind to that.
     
  8. ryan17wagner

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    There were no massive plots holes. It's a trilogy. The story hasn't been told yet. Chill out. Casino, not casinos. Star Wars has warfare. War is in the title. The casino was about the kids. Not animal rights.

    2. He wasn't a one-line zinger. Re-watch the movie.
     
  9. Roscoe Arbuckle

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    I'm starting to realize that Millennials are idiots.
     
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  10. TMAC3

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    Wagner Ryan's posts make me lol

    It's funny that some want to defend a pile of poop no matter how bad it smells
     
  11. daywalker02

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    Where is Lando Calrissian's old arse?
     
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    That Daisy riddles my face.
     
  13. B-Bob

    B-Bob "94-year-old self-described dreamer"

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    @ryan17wagner , let other people have opinions. It's healthy.
    Also, unless you are sadistic, don't ask people who hated a movie to rewatch it. LOL.
    Or, in other words, good look with your persuasive techniques there.
     
  14. ryan17wagner

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    Not a millennial, but I'm realizing grown men like you cry over a movie cause it didn't go your way.
     
  15. ryan17wagner

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    You can have opinions, but at least have them make sense. People crying over a movie that's 2/3 complete and impatient and making assumptions without the full story being told.
     
  16. jo mama

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    is it worse to express an opinion about a movie on an internet message board or get upset with people expressing their opinions about a movie on an internet message board?

    all youre doing is "crying" over people who have (legitimate) complaints about the movie.
     
  17. Roscoe Arbuckle

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    You are a millennial. Don't cry and whine about it...
     
  18. ryan17wagner

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    Only a millennial would type. Stop crying over a movie. Be a Gen X'er and a man.
     
  19. ryan17wagner

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    It's worse to cry over a movie that didn't cookie cut the way you wanted it. And getting upset for s movie that's 2/3 over without knowing the full story. And you're crying over it.
     
  20. Roscoe Arbuckle

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    Lol. I was born in 72. You were born in 1984. Nice try deleting your age on your profile once you were called out on it. You are such a whiny baby.
     

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