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penners28 3:34 Fri Dec 20
Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Saw it last night with the boy. Absolutely superb. Vast improvement on the last one, and so many twists.

Proper edge of seat stuff the last 25 mins!

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Kidders 9:10 Fri Dec 27
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Horrendous - do me a favour

Gentile 6:14 Fri Dec 27
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
It was horrendous.

Two films in and they shoe horn in sheev. Pathetic conclusion and the acting in the first hour was painful.

The only one decent thing was Kylo Rens acting performance. The only real actor in the whole film.

Mary Sues acting was cringe all the way through and her Disney fed untouchable bullshit ruined all three films.

Even Lucas said Anakin was the chosen one and Sheev died in ROTJ.

LOL Disney removing the lesbian kiss for the Singapore market. Money over the LGBT bullshit they served to Westerners when push came to shove.

Let's hope they never make another film again unless Feloni is making it.

ironsofcanada 4:48 Fri Dec 27
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Pleasantly surprised; probably due to low expectations.

Not original, and the beginning set-up was awkwardly shoe-horned in but once it got going it was a really good Star Wars movie with very little fluff, cutesyness or forcefully "subverted expectations."

The characters that they developed for all 3 movies were the most important and you had a mcguffin quest and a showdown. Looked good and blew up nice.

Probably not going to garner any new fans but did it for me. It felt like a conclusion.

FruityBoots. 1:12 Tue Dec 24
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Best Star Wars film from the last 3 and the Prequels, and maybe just nudging past ROTJ too. Rogue One was really good and SOLO was quite enjoyable as a stand alone film.

Bungo 11:42 Mon Dec 23
Re: Admiral ACKBAR
Thread tangent:

Just watching Rogue One on TV, and I wondered if flat earthers watch sci-fi, and therefore if the depiction of every planet in the galaxy as a sphere pisses them off?

cup of tea 7:21 Mon Dec 23
Admiral ACKBAR
(nt)

Admiral Lard 5:04 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Daisy Ridley - what I would give to smash her back doors in....... Look away Private Godfrey

Northern Sold 4:29 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
tanman 3:54 Mon Dec 23

Fella... if she worked in MY office... whilst WEARING this

https://bestofcomicbooks.com/carrie-fisher-sexy-boobs-pictures/

I reckon if you never looked twice it was because you was checking out all the blokes... you bender

tanman 3:54 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
I was watching Return of the Jedi the other day, how anyone fancied Carrie Fischer I do not know, bang average. If she worked in your office you would not look twice.

cup of tea 3:25 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
It was OK nothing more

Only just realised that Wedge Antilles from New Hope was also a fighter pilot in RoS

penners28 2:15 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
They say vadar being luke's father was literally the biggest twist in movie histroy ever, or something. apparently only a few people knew

Northern Sold 2:12 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Great prog' on BBC4 about how the UK helped with the making of Star Wars... great stuff... brought back all the memories ... oh and i'm with Alfie... Princess Leia was my first proper bird/crush... I think that's probably why it hit me like a sledge when she snuffed it recently... was literally a pubetic piece of my childhood that disappeared ...

PwoperNaughtyButNot 2:08 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
The start was a bit all over the show trying to cram so much in with very short scenes cutting to other very short scenes on another part of the galaxy

I was worried it would be a bit shit

The last third made up for it. Amazing storytelling, great acting from Driver and Ripley and what felt like a very authentic end to the skywalker saga.

I’ll admit - when my kids were cheering Lando at the end I had a bit of a well up. This has been the story of my lifetime and I am glad they have taken to it.

Northern Sold 2:02 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Just opened the new Star Wars ride (rise of the Resitance) in Disney Studios in FLA... meant to blow all other attractions/rides away... which is saying something

penners28 1:56 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
As someone said below, my parents also took me to see the originals and my old man is no longer here. Maybe why i have an emotional attraction as I have taken my boy to the last 5, and he loves it.

Its just so simple. Good vs evil, light sabers. Whats not to like.

Sarge 1:32 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Taking the kids before we all go to the match on Saturday.

Watching our heroes try and prosper despite the despotic tendancies of the evil Empire overlords...………. Star Wars will be the perfect precursor.

Council Scum 1:18 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Took the daughter to see it Saturday, of all the ones they have remade, that was the one to watch.

Mad Dog 2:30 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
And joan severance was the doris in it.

And an early role for kevin spacey's with some weird growth on his cheek if I remember correctly

Mad Dog 2:26 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Sse no evil was a 15 certificate. And very funny if I remember correctly.

But 80s films had a lot more interesting content in family films. Ghostbusters blow job scene for example

The old c wing 1:04 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
Ernie,

Genuinely a shame! Honestly, watched See no evil, hear no evil last night and Fuck was mentioned about 20 times within 10 minutes. From my memory (born 81) this was a family film?? Plus tits from the lead female, who was amazing, name escapes.

Though even the slightly more 'kids' orientated ones were far more graphic, even the Goonies etc.

AKA ERNIE 12:46 Mon Dec 23
Re: Star Wars - Rise of skywalker
c wing kids film no tits or swearing just lots of kill8ng

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