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Yes 48 56.47%
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Media Center>If you saw The Last Jedi in the theater do you plan on seeing The Rise of Skywalker?
BigRichard 07:00 PM 11-07-2019
I am just kind of curious to see how many people that saw the Last Jedi in theaters are going to see the new movie in theaters as well. Lets see if I can figure out how to do a poll or if this will be a failure on my part.
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Mennonite 04:05 PM 11-08-2019
Only way I'm watching a Star Wars movie at a theater is if they re-release Empire Strikes Back.
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alpha_omega 04:18 PM 11-08-2019
Yes, but only because I know my son will ask me to take him.
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cosmo20002 04:25 PM 11-08-2019
To the 'no' people...

You've watched 8 previous movies (and likely Rouge and Solo also), and maybe some of the various TV series, spent a few decades following this, and then the last of the movie series comes out and you're..."Nah."

Is it the "seeing it in the theater" part you're saying no to? You've invested all this time and interest in SW and now you don't want to part with $10-$15 to properly see how it ends? :-) :-)
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ScareCrowe 04:35 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Weíll see. I have kids and donít have a ton of time.

But Iíd like to. Iím not has hard on TLJ. Where it was trying to go worked for me. It wasnít perfect but I didnít hate it.

So Iím in the minority on this one.
This is kinda where I'm at, I didn't hate TLJ, but I didn't really like it all that much either. Honestly I left the theater thinking it was OK but the more I thought about it the more it killed my enthusiasm to a certain extent.

Even after TFA I went & bought the Blu-Ray the day it came out & watched it several times. TLJ I did eventually re-watch because it was free on Netflix, but it's the only Star Wars movie I didn't buy as soon as it came out & is the only one I don't own to this day.

I'm definitely going to go see it, but at this point (just over a month from release) the difference in my excitement level between this movie & TFA/TLJ is night & day. I was counting down the days to the release of the other 2 movies.

There has just always been a special brand of excitement whenever a new SW movie was coming out. It was different than any other movie I would want to watch, RoS feels like just any other movie I'm interested in. It lacks that special "Star Wars excitement" I've had with every other release. I can't exactly put my finger on why, I guess TLJ just really felt like it killed all the forward momentum/mysteries from TFA. It almost felt like it was an ending.

So in short I'll see it, but I can't help but notice I don't have near the anticipation for this one as I have for any other Star Wars movies.
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banecat 04:53 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by WhiteWhale:
Solo wasn't as bad as the bombing showed, but god... why does he act more like Star Lord than Han Solo?
They thought that was what people wanted
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Mennonite 04:58 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by cosmo20002:
To the 'no' people...

You've watched 8 previous movies (and likely Rouge and Solo also), and maybe some of the various TV series, spent a few decades following this, and then the last of the movie series comes out and you're..."Nah."

Is it the "seeing it in the theater" part you're saying no to? You've invested all this time and interest in SW and now you don't want to part with $10-$15 to properly see how it ends? :-) :-)


It's sucked for a long long time. It properly ended with a downbeat cliffhanger in 1980.
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Nirvana58 05:01 PM 11-08-2019
Not going to see it. There is nobody left in the Star Wars universe left I care to see. I don't care that they killed Luke or Han. I understand it if they actually created characters that were interesting enough to replace them.

I don't understand why they just didn't follow the books. There is so much material there to make so many epic movies. Hell they could take the story from one of the Star Wars Video Games and made a better movie than the trash that is The Last Jedi
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Deberg_1990 05:43 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by Nirvana58:
Not going to see it. There is nobody left in the Star Wars universe left I care to see. I don't care that they killed Luke or Han. I understand it if they actually created characters that were interesting enough to replace them.

I don't understand why they just didn't follow the books. There is so much material there to make so many epic movies. Hell they could take the story from one of the Star Wars Video Games and made a better movie than the trash that is The Last Jedi
Agreed. Don’t really know why they needed to kill Han and Luke and I’m guessing now Leia.

Then they gave them very few scenes together or nothing at all. That’s criminal
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Hammock Parties 08:04 PM 11-08-2019
Yes. The Last Jedi was awesome.

I'll see every Star Wars movie ever released until the end of time in a theater.
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Mennonite 08:47 PM 11-08-2019
We need a Starcrash reboot with a CGI Joe Spinell and a de-aged (topless) Caroline Munro.

Marjoe Gortner Lives!
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notorious 10:00 PM 11-08-2019
I tried to get my 11 and 7 year old into Star Wars.


They don’t give a shit. You couldn’t pull me away from watching ROTJ for the 189th time when I was a kid.

It doesn’t grab kids’ imaginations anymore. Sad.
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alpha_omega 10:10 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by notorious:
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They donít give a shit. You couldnít pull me away from watching ROTJ for the 189th time when I was a kid.....

For sure. Remember when it came to cable, it was like a holiday.
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Hammock Parties 10:21 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by notorious:
I tried to get my 11 and 7 year old into Star Wars.


They donít give a shit. You couldnít pull me away from watching ROTJ for the 189th time when I was a kid.

It doesnít grab kidsí imaginations anymore. Sad.
Um, Star Wars was one of a kind back then.

Now we have hundreds of movies using the exact same technology every year.

It's not a fair comparison.

To have the impact Star Wars had on audiences in the 80s, studios would have to come up with virtual reality presentations today.
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Miles 10:31 PM 11-08-2019
I was also one that left the theater on Last Jedi very disappointed. Expectations are far lower this time and plan to see opening weekend in the best AV theater in the area. Even if I don’t like how it ends need to finish the ride and hope for some entertainment along the way.
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Frazod 11:22 PM 11-08-2019
Originally Posted by Miles:
I was also one that left the theater on Last Jedi very disappointed. Expectations are far lower this time and plan to see opening weekend in the best AV theater in the area. Even if I donít like how it ends need to finish the ride and hope for some entertainment along the way.
None of us is under any obligation to pay these scumbags for the damaged goods they slapped a Star Wars logo on.

There's a pizza joint right down the street that was our go to delivery option for years. Then, unbeknownst to us, the owners sold it. Immediately the taste changed, and not for the better. Suddenly the sauce went from awesome to overpowering onion slop. Tried it once, wrote it off as maybe they were having a bad day. Then the next one tasted just as bad as the last, and that was the last the we ordered there. Didn't matter how good their pizza USED to be - all that matters is NOW it sucks. They no longer get my business.

I'm not paying to watch some wretched SJW Mary Sue horseshit based on movies done by other people decades ago when I was still a kid. Fuck 'em. I'm just pissed that I paid to watch the last one.
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