Hypocritical is pretty much all your activity in this thread. Most every insult you've thrown can be applied to yourself, and that's the irony of it. You are fangirling over that movie while attacking those who have issues with it.
The further down on this list you go, the more pathetic you are:
1. normie - couldn't care less
2. fanboy - may like or dislike the new movie (12er, catpiss...)
3. fangurl - sticks up for the new movie and insults others for having issues with it (sobercuban)
Oh please, you're chasing me around in this thread like it's your mission in life.
YOU are the one making this personal. Unless YOU identify as a fangirl or a neckbeard there is literally zero reason for YOU to even be engaging me right now.
My participation in this thread has been me saying that the movie wasn't as terrible as people are acting and that the level of crying about a movie, any movie, is sad/cringeworthy/ridiculous, and that Rey is hotter than Padme and that you don't die instantly in space. Not sure why you're taking any of that to heart, I didn't peg you for thin-skinned.
This is the post that set you off, feel free to show me how it's aimed at you:
Lol.... so a question to everyone who is triggered:
How exactly were they supposed to deal with Luke? Wait for him to drop dead like Carrie did and then try to figure a way kill him off?
There is no way could have effectively killed off Luke without 'fans' losing their goddamn minds over it. He's a force ghost now anyway, it's not like he's gone forever
The Star Wars universe doesn't revolve around the Skywalkers and we've had 6 movies chronicling their stories. Time for something new, whether I like it or not.
I'd much rather Luke go out the way he did rather that whatever sloppy half-***ed way they're going to write out Leia.
I've been a massive Star Wars fan my entire life, so much that I actively campaigned to have my name legally changed to Luke when I was a kid. Even so, I don't go in to the movies ready to pick apart everything I don't like just so I can rage about it on the internet. It's supposed to be entertainment.
The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi are superior to the prequel trilogy in every possible way. I can't put any of the movies ahead of the original trilogy just because they've been with me my entire life, but you're kidding yourself if you think The Last Jedi was the worst Star Wars movie ever.
If you'd like to have a conversation, start with making an intelligent reply to it.