Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by Wolf, Oct 30, 2012.
Finally at a theatre to watch Rogue One
I'm looking forward to seeing this.
Normally I enjoy Star Wars, but to me that trailer wasn't entertaining enough. I know there still several months till it comes out and of coarse they won't show the good stuff yet. But that trailer was a bit weak.
The first Guardians of The Galaxy 2 teaser trailer that came out months ago was more entertainment in it.
It's gonna be a dark film. No Ewoks or Jar Jar Binks
From the trailer, it sounds like Luke Skywalker saying, "It's time for the Jedi to end".
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I couldn't stand Jar Jar, but I like the Ewoks.
I heard that too, sounds like he ready to die? May the force be with him.
I watched this trailer a couple of times today and thought about what Luke means when he says "It's time for the Jedi to end."
First, this dialogue is all pieced together, so who knows the order it's spoken and what the context is.
Second, if you think about the trouble in the galaxy, it all pretty much stems from the notion of absolute good vs. absolute evil. Dark vs. light. Sith vs. Jedi.
Luke asks Rey what she sees: "The light. The dark. The balance." Luke replies, "It's so much bigger."
Again, pieced together dialogue, but maybe Luke realizes the balance--the gray area, the notion that "there is good and bad in everyone" ("ebony and ivory"...all together now) is where it's at. It's bigger. The middle ground of the Force is the strongest. That to truly have peace in the galaxy, the extremes have to end. No more Sith, no more Jedi. Balance in the Force.
But who the hell knows. Maybe the full line is "It's time for the Jedi to end this war" and he goes and carves up Kylo and Snoke like a Thanksgiving turkey.
I read about gray force a few months ago, while I was reading about episode viii.
Also, Kylo and Snoke are Knights of Ren. Makes me wonder if the Sith will make an appearance
it's only been 2 movies so far but i am not yet star wars saturated. i know the time will come when i grow bitter and dismissive of new entries in the series but here's to hoping it doesn't start with VIII.
The different story lines are going to keep it fresh for a while.