If you've seen The Last Jedi, you may be wondering how some of those big decisions were made. Well, take a look inside the pitch meeting to find out! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6
The Last Jedi has stormed into theaters. The film is certainly one of the most complex films set in a galaxy far, far away so you’ll be forgiven if you didn’t catch everything on the first viewing. There’s a ton going on in the background that you may not have even noticed and we’re here to help you find them. For example, did you catch that Rey stole the Jedi books? Blink and you’ll miss it! Luke’s final reveal was actually telegraphed well in advanced in a masterful way. Supreme Leader Snoke actually has a piece of bling that harkens back to Rogue One! Speaking of bling, what were those dice that we saw a few times? Luke has a stash of trinkets at the tree on Ahch-To, one of them ties directly to Star Wars Battlefront 2 while another may be a reference to the beloved Knights of the Old Republic video games. We get our first look, sort of, at the first Jedi while at the temple with Luke and Rey. Did you think Rian Johnson forgot about the famous line “I have a bad feeling about this?” Think again! We got to see the old X Wing used in a very interesting way and get a call back to a character from Rogue One in the form of a ship. Of course, being Star Wars, there are a ton of cameos in the film that you likely didn’t catch either, some of them being quite obvious! So strap in for the video and enjoy the ride!
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This movie was just a sequence of little shocks which were pretty much all bad. They tried to subvert expectations at every turn. That’s fine for some crappy little indie film that nobody will ever see, but for what _should_ be the most epic franchise of all time, it’s borderline heretical and absotively unacceptable
I really enjoyed The Last Jedi when I first left the theater. Allow me to explain how:
1. I went to an event held by a liquor distribution company so my ticket was free
2. As per above, I was EXTREMELY drunk all through the viewing
3. I had to pee so bad it was hard to concentrate on the small details.
There, instant way to enjoy your experience of TLJ...it just doesn't last past the sobering up.
"Well what plans do you have for the 2nd film in our new trilogy to advance the story after we reset thr universe in the first film?"
"I thought we'd just do nothing except disrespect Lukes character and kill him off. Snoke too. But nothing else really happens. We recreate the Battle of Hoth and introduce Space Vegas though."
Idk why it's such a problem that commander of the storm troopers would have better armor. Not all cops have bullet proof vests and body cameras. It might be prohibitively expensive to give all of the storm troopers the really strong armor.
This was far more entertaining than "The Last Jedi" -- My least favorite Star Wars movie of all time. I had to force myself to watch it a second time.....hated it SO MUCH more that i promised myself id never watch it again. Its that bad. Its the biggest movie disappointment of my entire life. Its like they let a someone who has never seen Star Wars, write it.
Anyway, great Pitch Meeting, per usual!
Yeah this sounds like its pretty accurate. The ONLY way this movie is ok is if the next movie answers all the questions raised in the previous movie in a super epic way and says "gotcha" to everyone who thought anything that happened in this movie was real. This whole movie has too be a huge misdirect for the next movie to be worth watching at all. Because if all this stuff stands at face value... wow this whole trilogy might be worse than the prequels. Ok, OK, at least the plot will be worse. You can't have worse effects or acting than the prequels. I still haven't mustered the courage to watch them a second time. Such garbage.
Star Wars was was down hill even before Disney, but clearly Disney does not get sci fi. The whole point of Star Wars was for all individuals to learn about training their inner skills. The Force is not just accidental, but something that took long training. That is what made Star Wars better than just a super hero comic book. It is supposed to be more like a story. Harrison Ford was playing the Toshiro Mifune role. Star Wars has totally lost its way.
I literally have zero investment in Episode 9. And I was one of the biggest fans of this franchise. It's not that the movie didn't cater to my individual wants as a fan - it's the the script was objectively awful.
TLJ subverted expectations alright: I expected an awesome movie that at least mostly makes sense, instead we got an "ehhh" movie that doesn't make any sense in the context in which it is supposed to exist
And then Luke...yeah...could you go ahead and kill him off in a strange way that doesn't really make much sense and is really anticlimactic given the importance of his character. Great..I love it. I mean that guy could be whiny sometimes am I right.
Y'ALL ARE HATERS --- Rian's "vision" was BOLD and DARING! I mean, WHAT OTHER MOVIE SHOWS PROTAGONISTS SURVIVING IMPOSSIBLE EXPLOSIONS IMPOSSIBLY?
Leia, Poe & BB8, and then Finn / Rose ALL SURVIVE DEADLY BLASTS... and none even have a scratch on their outfits!
YOU WON'T SEE THAT IN ANY OTHER ACTION MOVIE!!
(What?? It's the #2 cliche of action movies -- after "the protagonist dodges ALL bullets no matter what"???)
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