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Dan Hassler-Forest
"While there were a lot of different objections to , almost all of them are extensions of the film’s message. In its own quiet way, TLJ is shockingly and almost perversely anti-." really nails what makes TLJ so awesome. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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Julius Koetsier Dec 17
Replying to @DanHF @mattsinger
I don't know; TLJ has everything I love about Star Wars, and how.
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Dan Hassler-Forest Dec 17
Yes β€” but unlike basically every other movie in the franchise, it simultaneously distances itself actively from the worst things about its own history.
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Auke Hulst Dec 17
Replying to @DanHF @mattsinger
There's a lot of intellectual song & dance when it comes to TLJ, mostly about the interesting stuff it attempts, but the movie also drops the ball at times. (These things can exist simultaneously.) I like TLJ, but it could have been so much better with a more disciplined script.
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Dan Hassler-Forest Dec 17
Replying to @aukehulst @mattsinger
I heartily disagree β€” but what do I know? I've only seen it 15 times. πŸ€ͺ
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