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Whoooo is excited about Rogue One?

Posted @ October 19th, 2016, 5:49 pm

Posted @ April 27th, 2017, 9:41 am

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Me! I am excited for Rogue one! Pick me!

And this is hilarious. It's nice to know that the genocidal wizard dictator is environmentally conscious.

Posted @ December 12th, 2016, 1:22 pm


@ScreamingViking: Well if you plan to live forever then it makes sense.

I don't know why (possibly FFXV got in the way in my psyche) but Rogue one hasn't really gotten me hyped like I'd think it would. I mean I'm looking forward to it more than I would nearly any non-star wars movie but I haven't caught myself smiling as I think how close it is.

Posted @ December 12th, 2016, 2:25 pm


Honestly?...Meh

As my title says truthfully even being a Star Wars fan I truly feel underwhelmed of Rogue One, I'll probably see it just to judge it fully on its merits but given the trailers/info given so far plus my own negative feelings on Episode 7 which I aint alone in. I really just aint feeling the hype like so many others really. No offense though to anyone who is!

Posted @ December 13th, 2016, 6:40 am


Rogue One? Meh.

Rouge One? I'm in. Sounds saucy.

Posted @ December 14th, 2016, 9:15 am


@Norgrath: To be honest, I'm not a huge Star Wars fan (I say, hiding earrings, roleplaying characters and a shitton of video games, shush) but I'm still low-key excited that they're stepping out of the mold of the old movies with these, and I'm into the universe if not the official stories?

@Robert Archer: To be honest, episode 7 was probably the best Star Wars movie so far in my opinion. I went in with low expectations, not being a fan of the movies to begin with, and was pleasantly surprised. But I can absolutely see that if you are a fan of the previous movies, episode 7 might feel like it doesn't quite fit. Well, each to their own?

@Guesty Guestface: Damnit, you made me double check my spelling. Rude.

Posted @ December 14th, 2016, 9:34 am


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@zenat: Judging it on its merits as a scifi movie and not a star wars one I will agree (say to be said for the ST 2009 and into darkness ones for trek fyi which i'm an even bigger fan of!) The movie just felt disconnected from the movies before it. So many unanswered questions or outright plot holes that we just are to take away as being 'the force' or 'destiny' etc. After seeing Rogue One last night I feel even more disillusioned to how JJ and Disney are taking Star Wars. For both movies they had how many long years to come up with something that picked up from episode 6 (in the case of 7) and it just felt like the past events 7 refers to didnt happen in the same way of ending that 6 gives us. Rogue One felt alot the same to me and going off the packed theater i went too filled with obviously hardcore star wars fans many felt the same to various degrees. As stand alone sci fi movies they were good, but as continuing to flow Star Wars movies they didnt hold up I (And others) felt. Its just my feeling on this so take it for what it is :)

Posted @ December 16th, 2016, 11:53 am


yay another Disney cash grab spitting on the plot of the star wars franchise as it goes

Posted @ December 16th, 2016, 4:29 pm


@zenat: Oh...yeah, sorry 'bout that. Spelling was fine. My mind just went all 'hurr hurr Moulin Rouge One hurrrrr derp'.

Posted @ December 19th, 2016, 9:34 am