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I still need to see the last one.

Do ya'll think this will fix everything or people will still be mad at where star wars has gone?



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This will be the first Star Wars film to come out in my lifetime that I won't be seeing at the cinema.

Force Awakens and The Last Jedi were just so bad, I simply don't have any faith in the series any more, at least in the hands of Disney, who have become more or less the contemporary Hollywood equivalent of EA or Konami.

It all just seems so cynical, tacky, focus-tested and soullessly commercial.



I'm super excited. I had chill bumps watching this. I already bought my tickets for opening weekend. I'm going to see a Thursday night showing, and again on Saturday with some friends. I've enjoyed the Disney-era films far more than the prequels, and I went to see the prequels multiple times in theaters. I saw TFA and TLJ three times a piece and Rogue One and Solo twice a piece. I haven't been disappointed yet. This will be one hell of a way to close out the decade for me.



Dude, that thumbnail reminds me that Daisy Ridley tends to look as if she was having trouble breathing.



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If Rey were to go the dark side, it would help explain her being so overpowered early on. The dark side is easy after all if lore memory serves me right. Otherwise, still a Mary Sue.



It's been a bumpy road, but hearing both Mark and Carrie say that most iconic of lines made me choke up a little.



Metallox said:
Dude, that thumbnail reminds me that Daisy Ridley tends to look as if she was having trouble breathing.

The episode 7 trailers constantly showed Finn as out of breathe or breathing really hard too for some reason. Maybe Star Wars is actually just one big health advertisement for reminding everyone to breathe more. :P 



I don't know what to think yet. Am I going to see it in the theater? Yes of course, but I am going in with a bit of a doubt. Nothing actually happened this whole trilogy, it has felt disjointed from the other six movies and the overarching story is not really interesting. Recently I rewatched Episode 8 (through Disney+, which we're able to already have here as a test since last month, works quite well and already has a large collection, if you want to know), after not having seen it since I saw it in the theater, and I have to say it's story doesn't make sense. I feel you can just as well skip it. I still say Rogue One has been the only Disney film that actually felt like it belonged in the saga as a whole.

Hopefully, Lando and Palpatine make this movie worth it, like how Han made The Force Awakens better. This trailer doesn't really make me much more excited though, there's not much mystery;

Spoiler!
Rey and Kylo fight for the third time after she's already beaten him twice, Rey confronts Palpatine, Lando flies the Falcon, the Resistance has respawned, Finn is running somewhere,

and the trailer apparently spoils

Spoiler!
C3P0 dies.

Anyway, we'll see in about two months time.



curl-6 said:

This will be the first Star Wars film to come out in my lifetime that I won't be seeing at the cinema.

Force Awakens and The Last Jedi were just so bad, I simply don't have any faith in the series any more, at least in the hands of Disney, who have become more or less the contemporary Hollywood equivalent of EA or Konami.

It all just seems so cynical, tacky, focus-tested and soullessly commercial.

You just described the prequels. Hell, even George Lucas admitted that Jar Jar Binks was inspired by Goofy. It makes sense that Star Wars is owned by Disney now too. The majority of the prequels was just an excuse to sell toys.