theforceuk wrote:I love ROTS, brilliant film.
Snaketibe wrote:Over the years I have bought the original trilogy 4 times on VHS, once on laser disc, once on DVD and once on blu-ray. And if Disney ever releases the unaltered original trilogy on blu-ray, I will buy it again. I have bought TPM once on VHS, then again on DVD. I bought AOTC and ROTS once each on DVD, and then all of the prequels yet again on blu-ray. I bought TFA and Rogue One on blu-ray, and will also be buying Solo on blu-ray. I won't be buying the simply appalling, unforgivable, uncanonical, incredibly poorly written, non-sensical, godawful, fan-hating, piece of unmitigated shit that a sniggering Rian Johnson (presumably an envious closet Trekkie) shat out and inflicted upon an unsuspecting and undeserving world in the form of TLJ. Johnson and Kathleen Kennedy should be fucking ashamed of themselves for that travesty of an alleged Star Wars film.
I could literally spend all day listing its legion of faults and where it went wrong and how it could and should have very easily been done infinitely better, but I won't. What's done is done, and episode 8 won't change, more's the pity. For me, it's quite simply the film which killed the episodic franchise. If others enjoy it, then kudos to them for managing that. I certainly didn't, and not being a masochist, I won't be inflicting it upon myself ever again (along with anything else Rian Johnson comes within a thousand miles of, for that matter).
Does that answer your question?
Mini99 wrote:So your not keen on TLJ?
I saw it once at the cinema and bought it on Blu-ray when it was released.
I wasn’t overly sure after the fist viewing at the cinema, but having watched it twice at home, have started to find that’s “it not a bad film”, and there are some amazing scenes.
Sure as Steve has said there are poor bits, and some awful bits, but aren’t there in all films?
Live and let live!
_Lee_ wrote:Am i the only one who hasnt bought TLJ yet?? My wife went to buy it for me today and i told her not to bother as ill get it when its £3 Even then it will only be from a collection point of view. I got TFA soon after it was released but its still in the wrapping and havent even contemplated watching it again. Rogue One i have watched a number of times now, and not only for the close up of Felicitys bum - i actually enjoy the film.
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