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Rogue One made me forget about the reactionary self-important pseudo-punk rock misogynist libertarian assholes ruining the world (you know who you are) for two hours and I have to give the movie credit for that.

Also, you may find twisted satisfaction in watching the world burn, but the Force will never be with you. However:
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Fuck yes to that mantra! Just saw it today and I am still smiling about the movie. :mrgreen:

And it looks like the Master is back. 'Bout time. ;)
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Y2K-kyle wrote:Fuck yes to that mantra! Just saw it today and I am still smiling about the movie. :mrgreen:

And it looks like the Master is back. 'Bout time. ;)
Fuck yes to that mantra indeed! And fuck yes it's a great bold movie!

I will never leave, Kyle. Ever :ugeek:
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Re: Star Wars

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That is good to hear Master Jan. I was not fond of contacting you personally to get you coming here. :lol:
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I'm just excited for the Star Wars where this guy is a young Lando Calrissian.
Now I think it's alright, to feel inhuman...
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Y2K-kyle wrote:That is good to hear Master Jan. I was not fond of contacting you personally to get you coming here. :lol:
I sensed a disturbance in the Force :ugeek:
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Re: Star Wars

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incessantmace wrote:
Y2K-kyle wrote:That is good to hear Master Jan. I was not fond of contacting you personally to get you coming here. :lol:
I sensed a disturbance in the Force :ugeek:
At this point you have seen the disturbance. :ugeek:
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Welp, RIP Carrie Fisher, 2016 really is a crazy year.
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Re: Star Wars

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PunkingtonGrunge wrote:Welp, RIP Carrie Fisher, 2016 really is a crazy year.
Well, the fact that she had cardiac arrest while on a plane that took 15 minutes to land did not help with her odds of survival sadly.

It's just a bummer but wasn't really surprised. I think everyone's reaction to 2016 being the celebrity killer is hilarious though. RIP Carrie Fischer.
PunkingtonGrunge wrote:I'm just excited for the Star Wars where this guy is a young Lando Calrissian.
That I AM excited to see as well.
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Now I think it's alright, to feel inhuman...
Comin' at ya quiet and underwhelming from the unremarkable soundscapes of Farmer Jan!!!11!1!1one!!1
https://soundcloud.com/blueblueblur

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Re: Star Wars

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Hamill was very entertaining with his answers, but there was no point where he said he was disappointed. He shows his views but nothing too severe. I did like his commenting on Rey hasn't been/finished training and acknowledging that Luke didn't finish his when going to save his friends.

I will admit that I liked his idea of the potential reveal of Luke catching the lightsaber, that would of been cool.

Despite the shit editing to make it look like Hamill not liking TFA, he had some cool ideas and was pretty great. The actual Q&A he did was probably better as a whole.

Shame on the dude who edited this to go with the "TFA sucked!" yeah yeah, we get it you edgy and didn't like it stop hating and let people who like it be. As the man himself said this trilogy is about Finn, Rey, and Poe.
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Re: Star Wars

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I watched the whole 1 hour Q&A right after I watched that clip, and the reason he was disappointed was because of all the preparation he'd gone through and the hype he felt only to find out he takes his hood off at the end of the film. He's a pretty funny and entertaining guy, so if you feel like you wanna watch all of it, here it is.
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Re: Star Wars

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I plan on watching it later, it seemed very intriguing. I will also admit that anytime he laughs I hear the Joker. :lol:
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Re: Star Wars

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God, hate double posting but here it goes.

Watched the whole panel and it just furthers my opinion about the guy who cut the video together to make Hamill say something he didn't.

Fuck, I'll be honest if I was him and reading through the script I would be hyped too about my character's reveal and be thrown off by the actual reveal! :lol:

He did say that he enjoyed TFA for what it is and the films will not be able to appeal to everyone. Man was being a realist.

Also, him doing the Joker line and him gushing about that little girl's costume was just too adorable.
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Re: Star Wars

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The other day I saw a semi truck that had "RIP Princess Leia" written on the back. More than just being a part of cinema history, I really respect Carrie Fisher's bluntness and openness regarding her mental health. She never tried to be perfect, accepted her faults, and embraced who she was. That's not easy and I wish I could do that more myself.

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