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*spoilers* did Disney make the right decision for Snoke in Last Jedi?
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Lord Lucien
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Exactly. He'll probably get resurrected for a role in a stand-alone film later anyway.


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I hope not. We don't know anything about him, he's dead now, he was rather pointless... no need for a separate film.


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I really didn't care. I just went to watch this movie to simply witness it. Just another failure.

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Hardly. The Sequels are doing what we haven't seen in a Star Wars film since the early 80s: creating real-feeling characters that have the ability to create an emotional connection with the audience. All of the plot, story, settings, effects etc., (good as they are) are of secondary importance. A character-heavy movie needs likeable, real-feeling people to drive it all forward. We're finally getting that out of Star Wars for the first time in over 30 years, yet rabid fanboys with an overly-developed possessive streak think that because it doesn't fit in with the million+ theory/speculation/analyses videos on YouTube that they identify with, that the movie is a personal insult to them.


Holy f*ck, do people suck.


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Hardly. The Sequels are doing what we haven't seen in a Star Wars film since the early 80s: creating real-feeling characters that have the ability to create an emotional connection with the audience. All of the plot, story, settings, effects etc., (good as they are) are of secondary importance. A character-heavy movie needs likeable, real-feeling people to drive it all forward. We're finally getting that out of Star Wars for the first time in over 30 years, yet rabid fanboys with an overly-developed possessive streak think that because it doesn't fit in with the million+ theory/speculation/analyses videos on YouTube that they identify with, that the movie is a personal insult to them.


Holy f*ck, do people suck.


which characters do you have in mind?

rey finn poe?

i can easily see and imagine girls liking rey

not sure about the other 2

i think adam driver is a fantastic actor, not sure if i like kylo the way i like vader tho'

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quite the opposite IMO, which made it worse. i saw him exhibit abilities that palps/vader couldnt even touch. most notably being able to throw someone around from lightyears away and the way he clearly and casually overpowered kylo and rey's



If we go by “movie only feats” you’d be right.

But in TCW series (Canon), Palpatine levitates and chokes Count frigging Dooku from light years away.

He also casually TK’s Darth Maul and his new apprentice simultaneously.

Yoda also completely freezes Ventress and has full control over her weapons.

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JediRobin23
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but why watch episode 9?


Rather see episode........

Old republic season 1 episode 1....

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