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"nobody hates star wars more than star wars fans"
Harrison Ford was done with Star Wars after the Holiday Special.
Star Wars is litterally all I’ve been watching during this quarantine
Every time I hear "Palpatine" I automatically think "Papa Palpatine". Damn you, Robot Chicken.
“You can’t truly love something unless you hate it”
Another Han line I liked was:
Carrie fisher was on cocaine the whole time that could explain the awkwardness of leia
I love the idea that everyone on the Empire's side gave up on the war except for Vader. I find that hilarious.
My dad hated Return of the Jedi too back when it came out. He called it "Return of the Teddy Bears" lmao
The movie still holds a special place in my heart even if it’s flawed as hell
I'm not making excuses but Han and Leia are probably played so weird because of the fact that Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher were constantly partying and showing up drunk.
“Boba Fett is Dead”
When a star wars fan likes everything
Leia asking for more money is a part of her cover, the bounty hunter whose armor she stole was known to be greedy.
I’d really wonder how he feels about the Indiana Jones Trilogy
"Luke gets himself captured because even he's sick of the Ewoks."
Honestly I like how Palpatine let's the rebels on to Endor, I think he was trying to give the rebellion a false sense of hope and then crush it. He actually does this a lot in the novels and comics, he's all about the mental mind games with him. So I personally like this part. Also Vader's obvious confusion is FREAKING hilarious. All Vader wants to do is kill, he wants to brutally take out everyone opposing him while Palpatine has patience and wants to get rid of the rebellion with one swipe. So yeah I actually like this part
Vader: A small rebel force has penetrated the shield and landed on Endor.
The Emperor “foreseeing” things (or his failure to do so) is one of the themes of the film. Yoda in ESB preaches the folly of looking away to the future. (One of the ironic inversions in the prequels, where Yoda and the Jedi are all about prophecy and future-seeing, except for Quite-Gon- who tells Obi-Wan to cut that out.) 6-film moral: Keep your mind on what you’re doing right NOW, or you’re going to have a bad time.
This and Revenge of the Sith are my favorite Star Wars movies I’m gonna be honest