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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Poor Mark Hamill must have cried when he read this script. This movie was so unappealing. Why couldnt they train ray. Why couldnt they just say say snoke was Pleagus. Why couldnt they tell us she is sidouses daughter why why why
"Oh and they also weaponize hyperspace into the single most destructive force ever"
"Really? Is it smart to do this 8 movies in? Won't that utterly destroy the internal logic of the universe?"
"Yes it will"
Let's say you see a patch of beautiful flowers, then all of the sudden a Rhino comes up and takes a big , wet dump on them. THAT it what Disney did to Star Wars...... Oh, and then called you a "manbaby" for not appreciating it. Here's to 'Social Justice Wars'.
To be fair, the porgs were also partly the result of the local birds on the island being government protected to the point where even shooing them away is frowned upon. There was more to their origin than _just_ being merchandise
I honestly don't know if i am supposed to laugh or cry. Also you missed the part where they decide to bring Luke skywalker back, just to dismantle him and then kill of the character. Much like they did with "Sad old Dad" Solo in the last movie.
Ok. This was awesome.
As for what I think of the movie. On the one hand, it wasn't a bad movie, by itself. But I agree with everyone that it ruins star wars. Admittedly, the prequels already ruined star wars a bit, but this does too.
They should've had Kylo Ren face off with Leia and kill her in the end, instead of having Luke vanish for some reason.
Would've been more impactful and we wouldn't have to worry about them using CGI for Leia in Episode 9.
Probably going to get hated for not liking this video, but it feels way different than some of his older Pitch Meetings. I agree with all of his points about TLJ, but this video just felt weird. He changed his character it seems. Wondering if I’m the only one who feels this way.
Producer: "So, what have we in store for Luke in Episode 9?“
Writer: "Nothing, really. He dies at the end of 8.“
Producer: "Oh, how?"
Writer: "He's weakened by his powerful Force projection he does to fool Kylo and buy the Rebell... I mean, the Resistance a couple of minutes."
Producer: "Sounds legit."
Writer: "Yeah, plus, Mark is not the youngest anymore, so it's best to make sure we don't have to replace him with CGI in 9.“
Producer: "How about Carrie?"
Writer: "She'll be fine..."
Missed one, I think:
Producer: "Oh, but surely, after Luke milked the titties, we will have an emotional scene in which he will grieve for his lost brother-in-law, best friend and brother-in-arms Han Solo?"
Producer: "Really? Won't that feel empty and wierd?"
Writer: "No, because we'll have these strange Island nuns do a bunch of funny stuff to gloss over all the sad news."
Producer: "Nice! Island nuns are tight!“
Miguel Ruiz Uncle Owen and aunt Beru don‘t have the same level of relationship with the audience/fan base Han has. Han is a pop culture icon. He deserves to be mourned like Luke mourned his father when he burned him on the pyre.
Well, to be honest, there's never been a lot of mourning in Star Wars. Luke's family was killed, his mentor was killed, Leia's planet was destroyed... and they barely acknowledged any of that. Luke was sad for a minute and that was it.
Should have ended with so what you you think?
well it's interesting I just hope fans won't be ticked over over some of our unexpected twists
oh no I think they'll be ok with it come on it's star wars whatever we make they'll love!!!
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There were a bunch of theories about who her parents were, thinking they must be connected to other Star Wars people, because movie cliches.
For the record, I actually liked that her family were nobodies. She's not a legend, she's not a prophecy, she's just a normal Jedi, and I think that makes her a more interesting character.
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