It's time for the Jedi to end...

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  • K_MK_M Posts: 934
    andrew82 wrote: »
    @tonyb I actually really enjoyed Rogue One for what it was. The characters were refreshing, if a bit underdeveloped. No single one really did it for me; it was more the way they worked together that held my attention.

    I do agree that most Star Wars movies operate on a stale, recycled narrative. This is why I recommended above that they focus on an entirely different segment of the story, given the vast trove of canon they have to draw on. I think-if anything-Rogue One has shown the producers at Disney that they can be a bit more creative with the IP , and develop it beyond the traditional tropes and narrative.

    We both Immensely enjoyed it.
    A lot of the Star Wars stuff bores me, but this one was enjoyable and not silly.
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  • polrbehrpolrbehr Posts: 1,984
    Good movies so far, I just watched TESB 3 weeks ago.
    *climbs back into DeLorean to see the rest in chronological release order*
    So, are you willing to put forth a little effort or are you happy sitting in your skeptical poo pile?


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  • nooshinjohnnooshinjohn Posts: 16,380
    The official full length trailer is amazing.... December 15th is getting close.
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  • MarflyMarfly Posts: 28
    I would prefer those Twilek dancing girls...

    We can do that! :)



  • warrenwarren Posts: 521
    To Infinity and Beyond!!! Buzz Lightyear
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 14,821
    edited October 15
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  • Ron-PRon-P Spaceman Spiff Posts: 8,510
    tonyb wrote: »
    Am I the only one who thought Rogue One was the worst Star wars movie of the series ?

    Frankly, the lack of imagination in script writing baffles me. Almost every Star Wars movie has the same script, different characters, and their is always a Death Star involved that needs to be blown up.

    Plus I thought the characters in Rogue One were not as likeable as other SW movies.

    I'm the exact opposite. The Force Awakens was just a bigger version of A New Hope, pretty much the same exact story, just bigger. The dude that plays the Kilo, he looks like he should be doing "I cannot believe it's not butter" commercials. A dark haired Fabo with the same acting skills, none. Horrible casting with the new, final trilogy.

    You want to take lack of imagination, that Force Awakens is the poster child.
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  • mantismantis Posts: 14,591
    I enjoy all the Star Wars Movies. I'm just happy that it's still around after all these years.
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  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 3,610
    Ron-P wrote: »
    tonyb wrote: »
    Am I the only one who thought Rogue One was the worst Star wars movie of the series ?

    Frankly, the lack of imagination in script writing baffles me. Almost every Star Wars movie has the same script, different characters, and their is always a Death Star involved that needs to be blown up.

    Plus I thought the characters in Rogue One were not as likeable as other SW movies.

    I'm the exact opposite. The Force Awakens was just a bigger version of A New Hope, pretty much the same exact story, just bigger. The dude that plays the Kilo, he looks like he should be doing "I cannot believe it's not butter" commercials. A dark haired Fabo with the same acting skills, none. Horrible casting with the new, final trilogy.

    You want to take lack of imagination, that Force Awakens is the poster child.

    Yep, I agree. I thought Rogue One was the best of the Star Wars since A New Hope, and in many ways better because there was actual human dialogue, solid acting, and it didn't rely on (as much) the existence of certain characters...
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