The Star Wars Episode IX teaser trailer just came out and boy am I amazed at how invested the fanboys are into what has become a soulless Disney product. I don’t get the reaction videos that I’ve watched. There are a lot of good movies out there that I really enjoy but I don’t understand crying to a teaser trailer where people that you thought were dead come back to life. What can I really say about Star Wars that others haven’t already said in a far superior manner? I believe that I can allow the following videos and images speak for themselves…
How soy-filled can one man be?
I feel as though Mister Metokur has a pretty good take on the preceding man-baby:
Another year passes, another Star Wars movie gets to be made. This time there’s going to be a “standalone” film about Han Solo that takes place at some point in time with a plot that will probably be total garbage. These movies just need to stop being made and there’s really nothing I can say that Rich and Mike won’t do in a much funnier way. Disney sucks:
The Force Awakens is about to be shown in theaters and luckily, it has zero influence from George Lucas. Will this new Star Wars movie be good? Will it be a salve upon the mental wounds caused by the awful prequels? Will the characters in The Force Awakens at least be somewhat likable? Will the plot move beyond what a ten-year old would write? Only time will tell but in the meantime let’s look at what Mr. Plinkett has to say about the prequels. If you haven’t watched these Red Letter Media productions you need to. If you’re wrong and think that the prequels were better Mr. Plinkett will prove you wrong. Enjoy, learn, and be mesmerized by the magic of Mr. Plinkett!
Don’t be an idiot hipster like the Nostalgia Critic:
Are you ready for more sequels this movie season? It doesn’t matter since it’s happening anyway! Are you ready to see more Star Wars merchandise than ever before? If not, get ready to see as much stuff from the movie as possible turned into toys, video games, and other products. But hey, at least George Lucas doesn’t have anything to do with the Star Wars franchise anymore. Hopefully, J.J. Abrams won’t pull a Jar-Jar. Enjoy!