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I still think Rey and Kylo are brother and sister

 

 

Would make perfect sense since everything in the last two movies is basically a rehash of the originals.

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Wait...did Poe fail?

Yea, he was literally the first one to fail when he got the entire resistance bomber fleet destroyed at the beginning of the film. I guess some people might not consider it failure since they destroyed the dreadnought, but it was a pyrrhic victory at best. 

 

His mutiny got put down in about two minutes, and his plan to disable the tracker failed. His ski speeder attack on the cannon failed, although the whole point of that was that he recognized that it would be too costly and called it off before wasting too many lives, which was his entire character arc.

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Would make perfect sense since everything in the last two movies is basically a rehash of the originals.

The people saying the last jedi was a rehash are all missing chromosomes. 

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Yea, he was literally the first one to fail when he got the entire resistance bomber fleet destroyed at the beginning of the film. I guess some people might not consider it failure since they destroyed the dreadnought, but it was a pyrrhic victory at best. 

 

His mutiny got put down in about two minutes, and his plan to disable the tracker failed. His ski speeder attack on the cannon failed, although the whole point of that was that he recognized that it would be too costly and called it off before wasting too many lives, which was his entire character arc.

hmmmmm...need see it again. Lots to think about.

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The people saying the last jedi was a rehash are all missing chromosomes. 

 

lol its basically a cheap china copy...

 

A few of the glaring similarities....

 

 

 

1. DJ and Lando both shady characters, both turn on the good guys, both seem like good guys...

2. locations.....cloud city v casino city....secluded jedi traning locations.....Jedi trainees get lured into 'dark' cavern for test....jedi masters in self exhile ....the battle on salt planet v ice planet

3. Rebel aliance running away from bad guys...

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lol its basically a cheap china copy...

 

A few of the glaring similarities....

 

 

 

1. DJ and Lando both shady characters, both turn on the good guys, both seem like good guys...

2. locations.....cloud city v casino city....secluded jedi traning locations.....Jedi trainees get lured into 'dark' cavern for test....jedi masters in self exhile ....the battle on salt planet v ice planet

3. Rebel aliance running away from bad guys...

This is unbelievably dumb. I can't believe you would even post it, and I have very little faith in your abilities as is.

 

A shady character did something shady? Wow. Unreal. 

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The people saying the last jedi was a rehash are all missing chromosomes.

Off the top of my head

 

Luke travels to a distant planet to find Yoda.

Rey travels to an island to find Luke.

 

Yoda initially doesn't want to train Luke

Luke initially doesn't want to train Rey

 

Luke isn't fully trained but has a vision and leaves early.

Rey barely starts training but has a vision and leaves early.

 

The emperor tries to turn Luke by showing him his friends losing a space battle.

Snoke tries to turn Rey by showing her friends losing a space battle.

 

The emperor decides to kill Luke because he won't turn to the dark side.

Snoke decides to kill Rey because she won't turn to the dark side.

 

Vader turns on his master and kills him.

Kylo turns on his master and kills him.

 

Snow planet with AT walkers bearing down on them with almost no way to escape.

Salt planet with AT walkers bearing down on them with almost no way to escape.

 

Obi wan distracts Vader by fighting him and sacrifices himself so the others can escape.

Luke distracts Kylo by fighting him and sacrifices himself so that the others can escape.

 

That's a lot of similarities to the old movies.

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I've already stated that GOATbacca is the true hero of the entire saga. He saves the day in literally every film he's in, this one included. Glad to see him finally fly the Falcon and do it better than everyone else.

 

In fact, the entire film was about failure. Everyone failed at one point or another, except GOATbacca. He came in and un-**** everything at the end.

He failed to eat dinner (Porg)
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Off the top of my head

 

Luke travels to a distant planet to find Yoda.

Rey travels to an island to find Luke.

 

Yoda initially doesn't want to train Luke

Luke initially doesn't want to train Rey

 

Luke isn't fully trained but has a vision and leaves early.

Rey barely starts training but has a vision and leaves early.

 

The emperor tries to turn Luke by showing him his friends losing a space battle.

Snoke tries to turn Rey by showing her friends losing a space battle.

 

The emperor decides to kill Luke because he won't turn to the dark side.

Snoke decides to kill Rey because she won't turn to the dark side.

 

Vader turns on his master and kills him.

Kylo turns on his master and kills him.

 

Snow planet with AT walkers bearing down on them with almost no way to escape.

Salt planet with AT walkers bearing down on them with almost no way to escape.

 

Obi wan distracts Vader by fighting him and sacrifices himself so the others can escape.

Luke distracts Kylo by fighting him and sacrifices himself so that the others can escape.

 

That's a lot of similarities to the old movies.

Good post bro

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He failed to eat dinner (Porg)

Nah, he ate that chit off screen.

 

Juice I’m not going to destroy your post on my phone, but rest assured I have will be posting a rebuttal of that nonsense you just posted.

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Off the top of my head

 

Luke travels to a distant planet to find Yoda.

Rey travels to an island to find Luke.

 

Yoda initially doesn't want to train Luke

Luke initially doesn't want to train Rey

 

Luke isn't fully trained but has a vision and leaves early.

Rey barely starts training but has a vision and leaves early.

 

The emperor tries to turn Luke by showing him his friends losing a space battle.

Snoke tries to turn Rey by showing her friends losing a space battle.

 

The emperor decides to kill Luke because he won't turn to the dark side.

Snoke decides to kill Rey because she won't turn to the dark side.

 

Vader turns on his master and kills him.

Kylo turns on his master and kills him.

 

Snow planet with AT walkers bearing down on them with almost no way to escape.

Salt planet with AT walkers bearing down on them with almost no way to escape.

 

Obi wan distracts Vader by fighting him and sacrifices himself so the others can escape.

Luke distracts Kylo by fighting him and sacrifices himself so that the others can escape.

 

That's a lot of similarities to the old movies.

1. Rey didn't travel there in TLJ. 

2. Luke never trained Rey. He just gave her two lessons on why the Jedi order shouldn't be restored.

3. Rey left because she received no training and thought trying to turn Kylo back to the light side was their only hope.

4. Snoke didn't, at any time, attempt try to turn Rey to the dark side. He tortured her to get the location of Luke and then was going to kill her. He said as much within the first minute of meeting her.

5. See #4. It's pretty embarrassing that you made the same incorrect point twice in a row.

6. No ****. That's the way of the dark side. In OT, Vader killing the Emporer was the climax of the entire Saga. In ST it happened halfway through the second movie. Are we going to complain about tie fighters blowing up x-wings because it was in the original trilogy?

8. They used Walkers because those are their versions of tanks. It's an armored assault on a base, what the **** else do you expect them to do? I'll give you this one, but it's a meaningless nitpick. They had walkers on Endor and on Scarif, too.

 

 

Half the prequel bro's are complaining the movie felt nothing like a Star Wars movie, and the other half are complaining it is a rehash. 

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1. Rey didn't travel there in TLJ.

2. Luke never trained Rey. He just gave her two lessons on why the Jedi order shouldn't be restored.

3. Rey left because she received no training and thought trying to turn Kylo back to the light side was their only hope.

4. Snoke didn't, at any time, attempt try to turn Rey to the dark side. He tortured her to get the location of Luke and then was going to kill her. He said as much within the first minute of meeting her.

5. See #4. It's pretty embarrassing that you made the same incorrect point twice in a row.

6. No ****. That's the way of the dark side. In OT, Vader killing the Emporer was the climax of the entire Saga. In ST it happened halfway through the second movie. Are we going to complain about tie fighters blowing up x-wings because it was in the original trilogy?

8. They used Walkers because those are their versions of tanks. It's an armored assault on a base, what the **** else do you expect them to do? I'll give you this one, but it's a meaningless nitpick. They had walkers on Endor and on Scarif, too.

 

 

Half the prequel bro's are complaining the movie felt nothing like a Star Wars movie, and the other half are complaining it is a rehash.

It just wasn't a good movie in my opinion. Lot wrong with it. Some right but the wrong far out weighed the right.
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1. Rey didn't travel there in TLJ.

2. Luke never trained Rey. He just gave her two lessons on why the Jedi order shouldn't be restored.

3. Rey left because she received no training and thought trying to turn Kylo back to the light side was their only hope.

4. Snoke didn't, at any time, attempt try to turn Rey to the dark side. He tortured her to get the location of Luke and then was going to kill her. He said as much within the first minute of meeting her.

5. See #4. It's pretty embarrassing that you made the same incorrect point twice in a row.

6. No ****. That's the way of the dark side. In OT, Vader killing the Emporer was the climax of the entire Saga. In ST it happened halfway through the second movie. Are we going to complain about tie fighters blowing up x-wings because it was in the original trilogy?

8. They used Walkers because those are their versions of tanks. It's an armored assault on a base, what the **** else do you expect them to do? I'll give you this one, but it's a meaningless nitpick. They had walkers on Endor and on Scarif, too.

 

 

Half the prequel bro's are complaining the movie felt nothing like a Star Wars movie, and the other half are complaining it is a rehash.

We just need somebody to nitpick this nitpicking of the original nitpicker and we'll have come full circle.

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Someone in this thread, and everywhere on the internet, said TFA built up Snoke's character....no it didn't...the fans did.

 

There were at least 3 million Snoke theory videos in the last two years for a character who had 5 minutes of screen time in TFA (literally three scenes. 1. confronting Kylo/Hux and telling Kylo about the falcon being in the hands of Han Solo. 2. Kylo confronting Snoke about Rey when she resisted his mind probe. 3. Snoke at the end saying it's time to complete Kylo's training).

 

Every fanboy began crying when their theory got demolished when Kylo split that idiot in two, and all of a sudden they ruined Snoke? I mean, I would be cool with a backstory for Snoke, but he's not the main antagonist of this new trilogy, Kylo is. I'm fine with the way that throne room scene panned out and was fine seeing Kylo gut Snoke

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I heard the third lesson was cut out due to time. I guess luke gave the illusion that pirates came to the island and would take or kill the caregivers. Rey wanted to help and luke told her not to interfere, but to let nature take its course. She disobeyed luke, went to save the caregivers and she then realized it was a test when there were no pirates. Similar to what Yoda did to luke in ESB.

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I heard the third lesson was cut out due to time. I guess luke gave the illusion that pirates came to the island and would take or kill the caregivers. Rey wanted to help and luke told her not to interfere, but to let nature take its course. She disobeyed luke, went to save the caregivers and she then realized it was a test when there were no pirates. Similar to what Yoda did to luke in ESB.

 

Sounds like the movie benefited from most of these cuts...

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/star-wars-last-jedi-apos-141912436.html

 

But lol at the following regarding the above

 

" Slashfilm reports that Lucasfilm Story Group didn't feel his actions were in line with the Jedi code"

 

I guess THAT was tew much, but not him considering murdering a padawan. That was acceptable. Don't get the Tom Hardy scene being cut. Would have added some much needed tension to the movie and another layer, the First Order covering up Finn's defection. 

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Sounds like the movie benefited from most of these cuts...

 

https://www.yahoo.com/news/star-wars-last-jedi-apos-141912436.html

 

But lol at the following regarding the above

 

"Slashfilm reports that Lucasfilm Story Group didn't feel his actions were in line with the Jedi code"

 

I guess THAT was tew much, but not him considering murdering a padawan. That was acceptable. Don't get the Tom Hardy scene being cut. Would have added some much needed tension to the movie and another layer, the First Order covering up Finn's defection.

Lol, the whinning in the comments of that story are Anakin level whiney :lol:
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Someone in this thread, and everywhere on the internet, said TFA built up Snoke's character....no it didn't...the fans did.

 

There were at least 3 million Snoke theory videos in the last two years for a character who had 5 minutes of screen time in TFA (literally three scenes. 1. confronting Kylo/Hux and telling Kylo about the falcon being in the hands of Han Solo. 2. Kylo confronting Snoke about Rey when she resisted his mind probe. 3. Snoke at the end saying it's time to complete Kylo's training).

 

Every fanboy began crying when their theory got demolished when Kylo split that idiot in two, and all of a sudden they ruined Snoke? I mean, I would be cool with a backstory for Snoke, but he's not the main antagonist of this new trilogy, Kylo is. I'm fine with the way that throne room scene panned out and was fine seeing Kylo gut Snoke

I never understood the snoke hype. I thought I was missing something from a book or something because everyone had theories
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He articulated what I was thinking fairly well. Snoke doesn't need a backstory, he's the guy behind the guy. Palpatine didn't have a backstory until the prequels. 

 

So many EU neckbeards were hoping for a conversation like this in the movie....

 

Snoke "My worthy apprentice, let me tell you who I am. I am Darth Plageuis the wise."

 

Kylo "..... who?"

 

 

*Audience minus 4 neckbeards* "WHO?"

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He articulated what I was thinking fairly well. Snoke doesn't need a backstory, he's the guy behind the guy. Palpatine didn't have a backstory until the prequels. 

 

So many EU neckbeards were hoping for a conversation like this in the movie....

 

Snoke "My worthy apprentice, let me tell you who I am. I am Darth Plageuis the wise."

 

Kylo "..... who?"

 

 

*Audience minus 4 neckbeards* "WHO?"

 

Fair play, I bought into the Snoke hype. tbf they can't sell the wolf tickets they did in VII and not expect to poison a lot of jimmies. You have a character who fits the Darth Plageuis description, is clearly old enough to have been around during the Empire era, and pulls the strings on Sith/Empire royalty. In theory, being the grand son of Vader and the son of Leia, Snoke should be spreading his cheeks for Kylo so i assumed Snoke was somebody for Kylo to be so obedient. Kylo's "I will finish what you started" line sold me wolf tickets that Snoke might be Plageuis and their was an "Anakin, Palpatine, Plageuis" parallel. The way they rolled Snoke out in VII was going to open him up for a chit ton of theories anyways. I was personally hoping for something that tied all the trilogies together the way ep. VII didn't.

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Fair play, I bought into the Snoke hype. tbf they can't sell the wolf tickets they did in VII and not expect to poison a lot of jimmies. You have a character who fits the Darth Plageuis description, is clearly old enough to have been around during the Empire era, and pulls the strings on Sith/Empire royalty. In theory, being the grand son of Vader and the son of Leia, Snoke should be spreading his cheeks for Kylo so i assumed Snoke was somebody for Kylo to be so obedient. Kylo's "I will finish what you started" line sold me wolf tickets that Snoke might be Plageuis and their was an "Anakin, Palpatine, Plageuis" parallel. The way they rolled Snoke out in VII was going to open him up for a chit ton of theories anyways. I was personally hoping for something that tied all the trilogies together the way ep. VII didn't.

Kylo bows to him because he's clearly the more powerful one. When Kylo tried to step to him in the beginning he sat him down with the most minimal effort possible. He was ragdolling Rey. The only reason Kylo killed him was because Snoke was so arrogant that he didn't see it coming.

 

 

The underhanded way that Kylo killed him really delighted me because he did Uncle Palps proud. The only more Sith way to have handled him would have been to kill him in his sleep like Sheev did to his master.

 

I know they weren't technically Sith, but still...

 

If Kylo had turned good after killing Snoke, it would have been a garbage movie and I would have said so. Kylo killing Snoke and taking over was a twist that I didn't see coming and that I didn't even know I wanted until it was over.

 

I'm guessing Episode 9 will have a huge time jump, at least a few years in the future. Enough time that Leia could have reasonably died of natural causes, the Rebellion is rebuilt and Kylo has cemented his place as supreme leader and taken full control over the galaxy. 

 

The best part of TLJ is the possibilities it opened for 9. I honestly have no **** idea where it is going and that is exciting. I'm a little worried that J.J Saferahms is directing it, though. The safe approach he took for TFA was okay for the first film because it was setting the stage and reminding everyone what Star Wars is. TLJ was bold and unique in a way that I don't think Abrams could replicate and I don't know if he can follow it either.

 

I hope they lean on Johnson for advice because it nailed it IMO.

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Kylo bows to him because he's clearly the more powerful one. When Kylo tried to step to him in the beginning he sat him down with the most minimal effort possible. He was ragdolling Rey. The only reason Kylo killed him was because Snoke was so arrogant that he didn't see it coming.

 

 

Yea I get that and get that Snoke is far more powerful but figured the only reason Kylo wasn't stepping to Snoke originally was because he had that Plageuis knahwledge. Kylo is a lot more valuable to Snoke than Snoke was to Kylo if you think about it unless Snoke could teach him to defy death like everybody assumed. Kylo has Vader bloodlines, was taught by Luke, and could probably trick Leia and the Resistance into a trap if he had chose to so I was surprised to see Snoke line step to Kylo so much. 

 

lol it's a moral victory seeing you chit on episode VII compared to VIII given our previous talks

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Yea I get that and get that Snoke is far more powerful but figured the only reason Kylo wasn't stepping to Snoke originally was because he had that Plageuis knahwledge. Kylo is a lot more valuable to Snoke than Snoke was to Kylo if you think about it unless Snoke could teach him to defy death like everybody assumed. Kylo has Vader bloodlines, was taught by Luke, and could probably trick Leia and the Resistance into a trap if he had chose to so I was surprised to see Snoke line step to Kylo so much. 

 

lol it's a moral victory seeing you chit on episode VII compared to VIII given our previous talks

I still enjoy 7 for what it is, but 8 is just flat out better in every way and it took risks. 

 

I guess we're left to ponder why, but I think Kylo saw Snoke as the father figure he felt he lacked. He told Rey in TFA that Han would have disappointed her, and Leia says "I never should have sent him away" in TFA, and now we know that his parents more or less dumped him on Luke, who he believes then tried to kill him. 

 

After killing Han and then being shamed and smacked around by Snoke at the beginning, I think Kylo just decided **** this guy, and realized that he didn't need him. He might have also realized that Han was right that Snoke would throw him away when he no longer needed him. 

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Kylo bows to him because he's clearly the more powerful one. When Kylo tried to step to him in the beginning he sat him down with the most minimal effort possible. He was ragdolling Rey. The only reason Kylo killed him was because Snoke was so arrogant that he didn't see it coming.

 

 

The underhanded way that Kylo killed him really delighted me because he did Uncle Palps proud. The only more Sith way to have handled him would have been to kill him in his sleep like Sheev did to his master.

 

I know they weren't technically Sith, but still...

 

If Kylo had turned good after killing Snoke, it would have been a garbage movie and I would have said so. Kylo killing Snoke and taking over was a twist that I didn't see coming and that I didn't even know I wanted until it was over.

 

I'm guessing Episode 9 will have a huge time jump, at least a few years in the future. Enough time that Leia could have reasonably died of natural causes, the Rebellion is rebuilt and Kylo has cemented his place as supreme leader and taken full control over the galaxy. 

 

The best part of TLJ is the possibilities it opened for 9. I honestly have no **** idea where it is going and that is exciting. I'm a little worried that J.J Saferahms is directing it, though. The safe approach he took for TFA was okay for the first film because it was setting the stage and reminding everyone what Star Wars is. TLJ was bold and unique in a way that I don't think Abrams could replicate and I don't know if he can follow it either.

 

I hope they lean on Johnson for advice because it nailed it IMO.

 

My thoughts exactly to the bold.That's something I initially thought about when I finished watching it. There will definitely be less Episode IX theories in the next two years than the amount TLJ generated.

 

I'm hoping Knights of Ren come back and are Kylo's main enforcers in the movie. That would be great

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I still enjoy 7 for what it is, but 8 is just flat out better in every way and it took risks. 

 

I guess we're left to ponder why, but I think Kylo saw Snoke as the father figure he felt he lacked. He told Rey in TFA that Han would have disappointed her, and Leia says "I never should have sent him away" in TFA, and now we know that his parents more or less dumped him on Luke, who he believes then tried to kill him. 

 

After killing Han and then being shamed and smacked around by Snoke at the beginning, I think Kylo just decided **** this guy, and realized that he didn't need him. He might have also realized that Han was right that Snoke would throw him away when he no longer needed him. 

 

I enjoyed them both and prefer 8 over 7,  but I will definitely say 7 is a better paced movie. There's not really a time in VII that I'm bored or not interested in. I could give zero **** about the Finn/Rose Canto Bight side-story.

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Obviously the timing wouldn't be ideal given the current backlash but I wonder what the reaction would be if Disney came out and said they were stretching the trilogy to ep. X or even 5 movies instead of 3. Was one of my biggest issues with TLJ. It didn't feel like the centerpiece to the trilogy. Was hoping to see more back story to the 4 main characters. An origin to Finn's upbringing in the First Order would have been a lot more welcomed and character developing than a dead end story line with a random Asian at a casino city to bring in that Asian market.

 

When Finn was going kamikaze at the end, my first thought was 

 

05a939ca064ab53c3432a9f814d0631d978d7bf1

 

With one movie left in the series, I'm not investing in these wolf tickets, but feel like there's a lot more to explore if they stretched the series. 

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Was it any Good?

Depends on who you ask. Forum scholars like James Sparksworth give it a thumbs up and mouth breathers such as vert a thumbs down.

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The more I think about it, the more I dislike the Tico character...

The Farthair stuff was quite cheesey...

 

Finn's like "Oh cool Farthair racing" 
Tico then says "That's terrible, look closer."

Then we see them whipping the Farthair.

Later, they escape, and let the Farthair go. 

Finn then says something like "we failed, all our friends are going to die a horrible death". 

Tico then says "No, that was a win" referring to the Farthair getting away...

Is Tico heavily involved with PETA?

 

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When Finn is going to sacrifice himself to save everyone, and Tico crashes into him to stop him.
She then says something like "Don't fight what you hate, save something you love" 
And then she kisses him and sets up all her other friends to die.
I guess that's another win.

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I have just realized

Rose Tico is the new Jar Jar Binks!  

 

Also, this is the worst of the 9 movies so far... 6/10

 

6 because it kept me entertained and it's still worth watching.

 

The writer/director made way too many sloppy mistakes. It felt like they hired a teenager from the 90s to write it.

 

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The more I think about it, the more I dislike the Tico character...

 

The Farthair stuff was quite cheesey...

 

Finn's like "Oh cool Farthair racing"

Tico then says "That's terrible, look closer."

Then we see them whipping the Farthair.

 

Later, they escape, and let the Farthair go.

Finn then says something like "we failed, all our friends are going to die a horrible death".

Tico then says "No, that was a win" referring to the Farthair getting away...

 

Is Tico heavily involved with PETA?

 

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When Finn is going to sacrifice himself to save everyone, and Tico crashes into him to stop him.

She then says something like "Don't fight what you hate, save something you love"

And then she kisses him and sets up all her other friends to die.

I guess that's another win.

lol this needed mentioned. Tells you how much is wrong with this movie when this slips through the cracks. Her sister died a glorious death. She too could have joined her sister in the halls of Valhalla by sacrificing herself for the greater good but not only that, stops somebody else from saving the Resistance. Which doesnt make sense on many levels. 1. How did she manage to catch up to Finn and t bone him from the side using the same vehicles. Have to think Finn was going full speed. 2. Her SJW propaganda about "saving someone you love instead of fighting something you hate" SHE MET FINN 24 HOURS AGO!! 3. Saving somebody you love, at the expense of the lives of all the remaining Resistance members? And then Finn somehow manages to carry her all the way back to the bunker unnoticed? Excuse me while your fighting a hologram Kylo, just carrying Disneys new Asian market meal ticket passed you through a couple miles of "salt" unnoticed.

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I just checked back to make sure all the hipsters with neckbeards are still nerd-raging.

 

Merry Christmas to you all

Bubba will not divide us.......but star wars sure the hell will
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I have just realized

Rose Tico is the new Jar Jar Binks!  

 

Also, this is the worst of the 9 movies so far... 6/10

 

6 because it kept me entertained and it's still worth watching.

 

The writer/director made way too many sloppy mistakes. It felt like they hired a teenager from the 90s to write it.

 

 

lol @ 12er

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Good post bro...the milking of the sea monster was prob the most cringeworthy star wars scene I have ever seen...prob worse than any of the love scenes in AOTC, jar jar etc...

I thought the look on the things face and the position it was sitting in was hilarious.

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