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  1. 11 hours ago, Mattris said:

    Luke's Theme featured prominently means that Luke is returning... in the flesh.

     

    "No one's ever really gone."

     

    10 hours ago, Docteur Qui said:

    Lol no he’s not

    Mattris says so!

     

    8 hours ago, Arpy said:

    Yeah, it sounds like someone other than Luke. I didn't have my headphones on so I couldn't really discern who it was.

     

    Also couple that with the last shot ending on Rey, it seems to hint at her being a Skywalker - and perhaps the 'Rise of Skywalker' may be Rey and Kylo...

    Very interesting theory.  

  2. 51 minutes ago, Chen G. said:

     

    And what if the film actually plays along to some of his predictions? I mean, the Emperor is returning in one way or another, and the concept of him possesing other characters within the story - essentially the main tenet of Mattris' theory - isn't something which is necessarily beyond these filmmakers to attempt.

     

    Sounds awful, to be sure. But I'm not entirely certain the filmmakers won't go for it.

    They need to create something huge this time.  I think they'll go for it.  

  3. On 10/14/2019 at 11:08 PM, Arpy said:

    It seems as if this film doesn't go quite that far to suggest he could be that mastermind by the end, but if they make a followup, I think he's certainly capable of becoming that.

    Yes.  They need to show the events that make Joker a mastermind.  Maybe they should make a followup in which Joker gets arrested for the murder of the Wayne businessmen (considering how he admitted it in front of a crowd), and is treated extremely badly in jail, turning him into the evil man he needs to become.

  4. 1 hour ago, SilverTrumpet said:

     

    Baby alert.

     

     

    Yeah, well, I was three at the time.  Funny enough, I remember bits of my childhood that happened before I saw the movie with my dad, but for some reason I don't remember seeing the movie.  Probably cause it was late in the evening.

  5. 5 minutes ago, mstrox said:

    I don’t think there’s anything wrong with disliking a Star Wars movie - I disliked three of them!  People obsessively complaining about and expecting an apology for (?!?) a movie they don’t like that came out two years later is really bonkers.
     

     

    It's perfectly okay! I don't particularly like Revenge Of the Sith, Attack Of The Clones, or the Phantom Menace.   It just shows that you have a real opinion and you don't blindly love all just to be loyal to the franchise.

  6. I'm not a Star Wars nerd, and I don't consider myself to be a music nerd.  My dad saw A New Hope at a theater when he was 10, and he' been seeing SW films at the theater ever since then.  My first film I saw at the theater was Revenge  Of The Sith. (although I do not remember) Star Wars is just an awesome line of movies that I would like to pass on to future generations.  Long live Star Wars.

     

    As for film and classical music, I have not given them much thought until I joined this forum.  Until just last February, I only listened to music by John Williams and bits by Zimmer and Horner.  I did not listen to full classical peices until I joined JWFan.

  7. 15 hours ago, Chen G. said:

    Its really not.

     

    The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, even Revenge of the Sith - are all better.

    1. ESB

    2. TFA

    3. ROTJ

    :lock2:

     

    I just never liked the prequels.  The cinematography itself never impressed me.  Storywise, they're fine, although Lucas's writing skills went down, but the cinema and acting always failed to impress me.  Lucas was best in the OT movies.  TFA was great because it was an amazing way to start the new line of SW films.

  8. 6 hours ago, Datameister said:

    Like many of you, I'm partial to ESB, TPM, and TFA, with ESB probably topping it. I just love the way it's shot - really beautiful and interesting cinematography. And the choreography strikes a nice balance between realism and coolness. Love the pacing as well. TPM is fun for the spectacle and visually arresting acrobatics. TFA is great for the opposite reason - it really leans into the duel as part of the characters' story, serving up a less flashy, more realistic approach. And I love that the glowing lightsaber props actually illuminate the surroundings. I wish every film before it could have had that.

    Yes! Yes! Yes! and Yes!

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