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Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

I finally watched it.

The original Star Wars movie was a story about three white males (Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Ben Kenobi) going on an adventure together.

In this latest Star Wars movie, we see the final destruction of white male power. They got rid of Han Solo in the last movie, and in this movie Luke Skywalker is reduced to being useless, and now he’s gone also (at least I think he’s supposed to be gone). The only white male still left is the bad guy played by the actor who was Hannah’s boyfriend in Girls. The message is that white males are either useless or a source of evil.

Now it’s all women and minorities. Although I confess that Poe, played by an Hispanic actor, is likable, but the movie made him wrong about everything (although not his fault that the bitchy women in charge sucked at communicating with him). I guess that even though he’s Hispanic, they can’t make him too awesome because he’s still male and looks pretty white.

Rey, played by Daisy Ridley, is still super-awesome at everything. All girl power all the way.

Why did the critics give this movie such good reviews? Obviously, the reviews these days are based entirely on how many SJW and diversity boxes can be checked. Passengers (2016) was a very enjoyable science fiction movie, but critics hated on it because it violated SJW norms.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

May 12, 2018 at EDT pm

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  1. I don’t think that diversity per se caused Last Jedi to be a meh movie. I just think that in terms of engagement of the audience, they pale in comparison to the Marvel movies, which have somehow hit on a formula that includes just the right amount of action, humor, and serious moving-the-plot-along drama to keep you engaged throughout the entire movie(s).

    The last two Star Wars movies had, to me, great periods of boredom and a total lack of originality. I will say that Rogue One was probably the most entertaining of the Star Wars movies since the original trilogy because none of the characters had to live beyond that movie.

    Mike Street Station

    May 12, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Perhaps the SJW destruction of the core story line went hand in hand with the audience engagement issue you raise? When you take something and twist it beyond all recognition, what else is left but a bunch of cheap tricks?

      Possible objection: Black Panther is an SJW-fest and look how successful that was. My answer without having seen it (I have it on order at the library, LOL, will see it in 2020 maybe) is that Black Panther wasn’t really an SJW fest, but from what I’ve read it wasn’t.

      Lion – did you do a review of Black Panther? This I would love to see, and argue about it.

      gothamette

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • “Lion – did you do a review of Black Panther? This I would love to see, and argue about it.”

        That’s a good idea. The BluRay is out now.

      • I order from the NY Public Library. I only recommend this for poverty cases, as the DVD are never deluxe, and always come scratched.

        They have dozens of Black Panthers on order at this point, and I’m way back on the existing list. LOL.

        gothamette

        May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • Of course you shouldn’t violate copyright laws, but if you were to use qBittorrent along with a VPN like PIA, then you could watch the blu-ray version right now without getting caught.

    • The Last Jedi sucks. It had all the problems of The Force Awakens on steroids (illogical shallow plot, uninteresting poorly fleshed out characters, poor continuity the previous films and TV shows, little by way of originality aspects of the Star Wars universe, forgettable music, no nuance or deeper messages or themes). It was a popcorn blockbusters with vapid political garbage added on like all big budget movies these days.

      Worst of all, not only did it crap all over Lucas’s Star Wars, it crap all over the good points of the previous movie. How dumb is that?

      JayMan

      May 15, 2018 at EDT am

      • It’s disappointing. If there are going to be good Star Wars movies, they will probably be the individual ones, like Rogue One, and hopefully Solo. But I don’t hold out much hope for the official trilogies.

        Mike Street Station

        May 15, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Worse still, the Disney Star Wars is going to be all the new generation knows.

        JayMan

        May 15, 2018 at EDT pm

  2. Worst of the Star Wars movies. It was just a remake of the original, but missing much of what make the original great.

    Roger

    May 12, 2018 at EDT pm

    • The Force Awakens was the thinly veiled remake. This one, Last Jedi, was the fiasco that seemed to burn every narrative bridge that it had left.

      Magnavox

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • Thanks for correcting me.

        Roger

        May 14, 2018 at EDT pm

  3. OT: A scandal that nobody will do anything about because all New York politicians are terrified of Orthodox Jews.

    https://nypost.com/2018/05/12/these-taxpayer-funded-jewish-schools-are-dooming-young-men-to-poverty/

    The case of one young man: his father is a Harvard educated MD who went Lubavitcher later in life and educated his entire family through orthodox yeshivas. The dude is in his early 20s and can barely write English and do simple Math. Outrageous.

    BTW, how is it that these Yeshivas are getting any funding at all? I went to Catholic school as a kid and it was just a fact of life that Catholic schools didn’t get any funding, not even for special education programs or lunch. The only shadow of funding that one received in Catholic schools was for bus transportation and school books, and the professional rabble rousers at the ACLU/NYCLU fought these small considerations until they lost (of course, much of the staff at said organizations was, and is still today, Jewish). ACLU/NYCLU doesn’t have enough time to take on these Yeshiva, I guess, or they don’t want to take them on. Who knows, better to rail against stop and frisk, which saves the lives of young black men.

    Daniel

    May 12, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Even if just busing and food (to the best of my knowledge religious schools with a certain level at poverty line get free breakfast and lunch in nyc- one such catholic school near me does, their students are mostly haitian, AA and african immigrant) that could add up to millions. Special ed services like title 1 and speech therapy can also be found in religious schools.

      toomanymice

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • Right – my understanding is that bells & whistles are funded, even in Catholic schools.

        About the Orthodoxim, the article is framed so that the scandal is that the Ortho boys end up as illiterates – who cares? if their community wants it that way, let ’em be illiterate. The scandal is how the Orthodox twist the state legislature to their will. They also control school boards even while their own kids don’t go to public schools, and there was some kind of access-to-water scandal up in Monroe when I lived there…I forget the details, but it kicked up a huge row. They really don’t care about anything or anyone other than themselves and I don’t care what that sounds like, it’s true.

        gothamette

        May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • They are Hasidic rather than Orthodox.

      • OK, but that doesn’t change the fact that they are parasites. Yeah, I said it. I named the Hasid.

        gothamette

        May 13, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Daniel – this is a huge scandal. Orthodox Jews are a very powerful constituency in NY States corrupt legislature.

      gothamette

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • “The dude is in his early 20s and can barely write English”

      Well, the irony is that he can always move to Germany. A Yiddish speaker can master spoken German fairly quickly and most Jews can guilt the German government into giving them citizenship. There is a woman who is a refugee from an Ultra-Orthodox family in New York and got a lot of attention a few years ago. She moved to Berlin because she feels culturally more at home there than in the US – I have seen her on TV a few times and her German is almost accent-free.

      Peter Akuleyev

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  4. That movie sucked. I could not get past the first battle scene.

    The exchange between Poe and the ship commander was awkward. Poe kept referring to him as “Hugs” and then one trooper on board turns to another and says “I think he is tooling him.” This sort of language and activity really takes you out of the universe very quickly.

    Then, you had the slow-moving bombers which did not need to be slow moving.

    Then you had the overtly easy way the fighters took out the Dreadnought’s cannons. Exactly why weren’t the TIE fighters deployed earlier? Oh, yeah…one of the Imperial bridge crew mentioned that.

    I cheered every time a Rebel ship blew up.

    map

    May 12, 2018 at EDT pm

  5. Dizzy Princess Empowerment Space Saga: Part Two. Watch as the backstory of the female hero is reduced to her being little orphan nobody. The Last Jedi doesn’t care and is an island. He is a crazy old wizard that drinks bad milk and gave up a long time ago. Watch as Yoda comes back and destroys the whole Jedi thing cause he’s even crazier now that he’s dead. Admiral Ackbar dies in a trap and is replaced by a blue-haired cat lady Admiral that blames a White guy for saving the fleet. How dare he do that? Watch the romance of that other black guy that isn’t Lando and an overweight Asian girl that made this movie even more unpopular in the Far East. The riddle of Snoke is killed off. The bad guy just wants to be friends. Buy the toys please. This next part will probably go straight to video and the bargain bin.

    Joshua Sinistar

    May 12, 2018 at EDT pm

  6. Honestly I think Disney long termed screwed themselves with feminist Star Wars. Just one data point but talking to the young men at my work not a single one of them is interested in seeing the Han Solo film and none of them like The Last Jedi. I live in LA and these are all non-white locals, mostly hispanic. However they all love the latest Marvel Movies, Black Panther yes, but Avengers Infinity War as well.

    I can’t imagine young white men like the Last Jedi any more then these guys, and young men are the core of the theater going audience. I wonder if Disney is going to kill their Marvel golden goose with feminism in Captain Marvel

    Alex

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • I’ve heard it referred to as the clubhouse hypothesis. Men create cool things and then women invade and destroy them.

      I’m not sure I buy it, but I do think that men who exclude women from male spaces are not doing it because they are moustache twirling woman hating villains. They generally have rational reasons for doing so.

      fortaleza84

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • The Comic Con attracts a beta male majority and it’s a fun activity where guys can circle jerk with other guys without the distraction of the fairer sex. Women are now welcome and their attendance has seen an uptick over the years. Regardless, this is good news to the men, simply because of their low SMV.

        JS

        May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • I haven’t seen any of the Disney Star Wars movies. That said, I haven’t heard anyone praise The Last Jedi in a genuine, heartfelt way. A lot of reviewers believe they have to say good things about it, but the guy on the street hates it.

      What’s more is that it sounds like Disney wrecked the whole direction of the franchise. No one wants to see Solo and there’s little enthusiasm for seeing how Episode IX turns out.

      I’ve greatly disliked the MCU movies I’ve seen. That said, they’ve got the popcorn blockbuster thing down. It remains to be seen if they will stay the course or will become more SJW, especially after Black Panther*.

      * News flash: movie audiences love seeing charismatic, black tough guys kicking ass, causing mayhem, but still saving the day. It’s something audiences have loved since the 80s, maybe even the 70s. So making a movie about a black superhero is NOT SJW marketing magic, so much as common sense.

      Sid

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  7. Also Ready Player One, a white male nerd wish fulfillment movie disliked by SJWs has been a big success while the SJW movie of the year, A Wrinkle in Time, is an enormous failure. So this all women and minority thrust seems like a long term failing strategy at the box office.

    Alex

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  8. It is amazing how Disney ran Star Wars into the ground after only 3 movies. George Lucas couldn’t do that with the prequels. The prequels look inspired compared to the garbage Disney has put out.

    Gigachad

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • People are already starting to re-evaluate the prequels more positively. Maybe because the little kids who loved the prequels in the 2000s are now old enough to push their own nostalgia. Still, in retrospect the prequels, despite their obvious flaws, reflected an original and sincere vision that Lucas was committed to. They had a heart. The Disney films are part cynical nostalgia ploys, part annoying self-aware meta critiques of Star Wars fandom by writers who spend too much time on TV Tropes and reading feminist lit theory. I don’t think 6-12 year olds can love these films the way my kids loved the prequels. Marvel has taken that crown for the current generation of young boys.

      Peter Akuleyev

      May 13, 2018 at EDT am

      • The problem with the prequels was that George Lucas didn’t have an editor to keep his bad ideas in check. When you look at them from a bird’s eye perspective, the overarching themes are great: the degeneration of a democratic republic into an empire, a corrupt insider who conceals his malevolence behind a boring exterior, a decadent knightly order brought down by its own blindness.

        The youngsters who grew up on the prequels were also weaned on things like the Clone Wars, so the movies are buttressed by stuff that delves into the positive parts of the story.

        Of course, I was old enough when I saw Episode I to be extremely disappointed. (I’m a 29 year old Millennial.)

        Sid

        May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  9. It was truly terrible. Seemed like it was written in a feminist seminar devoted to trying their hand at Science Fiction. Let’s go through some of the weak points.
    1. Bombers in space??
    2. Dern as a general. A femmy women void of gravitas. She would really rally the troops!
    3. The worst romance in film history. Dumpy asian girl with the least charismatic black man in hollywood (was Steve Urkel too busy?)
    4 when the Poe character was demoted his rank fell from Commander to Captain. The problem with this being captains outrank commanders. Did they have no one on the set who knew that.
    5. The big titted seal.

    I could go on. Can we just drive a stake though this series alred

    Larry, San Francisco

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • “when the Poe character was demoted his rank fell from Commander to Captain. The problem with this being captains outrank commanders. Did they have no one on the set who knew that.”

      They were using Battlestar Galactica ranks, although they still got it wrong because in Battlestar Galatica one rank demotement would have been from Commander to Colonel.

      “The big titted seal.”

      That was the funniest scene in the movie.

    • Personally, I can accept female military commanders in the fantasy world where there are aliens and magic space knights. It did seem a little over the top that she looked like a willowy critical studies professor and was wearing a silly dress as her c-in-c uniform.

      Greg Pandatshang

      May 14, 2018 at EDT am

      • The problem with Disney Star Wars isn’t the female characters. It’s that they are shitty female characters. There are plenty of likable strong female characters in Star Wars: Ahsoka Tano, Asajj Ventress, Mara Jade, and of course Princess Leia herself, to name a few. All were snubbed (Ahsoka: no where to be seen; Ventress: given an off-screen death after The Clone Wars was canceled; Mara Jade: deleted from the canon) in favor of Disney’s new empty female characters.

        JayMan

        May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  10. Maybe white male are not so importent as you request them.

    For the Yeshivos:
    The orthodox Jews find the welfare state and thye are enjoing all the way to the bank.

    Yd

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  11. “the actor who was Hannah’s boyfriend in Girls” – Adam Driver. I think he’s a great actor. And I love the fact that he’s always cast as the archetypal urban hipster, when his actual life story couldn’t be any different: he grew up in a Christian community in Indiana, sang in the choir, and later spent like three years in the Marines — all the things that SWPL urban hipsters despise. He was also very good in Paterson, a small movie about decent people. Anyway I imagine we will be seeing a lot more of him, in all kind of roles.

    MovieNite

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • I thought it was hilarious that on a show called Girls, the most interesting character was male.

      Jokah Macpherson

      May 13, 2018 at EDT pm

  12. Oscar Isaac may be “hispanic” but he looks whiter to me than Adam Driver. In the context of the film there is nothing about latino about him, and he just reads as the token white hero (who is repeatedly put in his place by women). After seeing Isaac in “Inside Llewyn Davis”, I had assumed he was Jewish.

    Peter Akuleyev

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

    • Isaac is a great actor. He’s ethnically ambiguous so can play a wide range of rolls. He’s played blatantly white characters (as Llewyn Davis in movie of same title, and as Nathan Bateman in Ex Machina) to a Latin American immigrant (A Most Violent Year) to a Levantine superhero (X-Men) to a first-century Jew (Nativity Story). Although those latter two are more or less the same thing, I guess.

  13. “The Last WhiteGuy”

    SWPL2

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  14. Why are we surprised? JJ Abrams explicitly said that if you don’t dig the first two films, then YOU HATE WOMEN. That’s the mentality we’re dealing with. Why in the hell would purple hair cunt keep her true intentions from Poe? Poe destroyed the latest Death Star in Awakens and blew up the surface cannons in the first battle scene of Jedi. HE of all people can’t be trusted? Absurd. All of this was so purple hair could have her Kathy Bates “MR. MAN” moment. Mark Hamill, another SJW Trump-hating turd, at least had the balls to tell Kathleen Kennedy that they ruined/betrayed his character in this film. But he fucked the fans and cashed in anyway. The ridiculous CGI-driven casino scene was straight out of the shitty prequels. It was as if they let Lucas into the editing room again. All-powerful Snoke (who is he? where did he come from?) gets taken down in a comically easy fashion? Jeez. Princess Leia flying in space like Superman? The theater erupted in laughter. And don’t get me started on Mary Sue doing Jedi shit it took Skywalker three films to master. But hey, gotta inspire and empower woke little girls in the audience, right? Worse, it looks like Margaret Cho’s fat little sister will survive and torment us in the final film.

    Brendan

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  15. Yoda: let’s burn thousands of years of accumulated Jedi wisdom and teaching for feminism and shit. This Rey bitch is clearly better than all of us combined because with no training whatsoever she literally knows how to do EVERYTHING.

    Mark Hamill: Ok (takes pile of money and cries)

    Fuck, this shit is off the wall bad. Wasn’t the victory over the Empire in ROTJ supposed to be a big deal or something. Like, A REALLY BIG DEAL, like say winning WWII or the Cold War? A huge public, well-known victory?

    And these Disney movies relegate it to some myth that most people don’t even know about? And further, the effects of the victory were negligible because Skywalker failed to rebuild the Jedi or any competent governing body that could last beyond him being butthurt by his apprentice? If the Jedi can’t maintain a working government for more than a week, they’re not fit to govern! Give me Emperor and Vader any day!

    The more interesting story to tell would be Luke’s triumphant building of a New Republic/Jedi. The challenges of uniting so many planets/peoples, his training of a new Jedi corp, an apprentice, and how eventually he possibly goes to the Dark Side on the downlow; or rather realizing the Dark Side is really the “good” side and the LIght Side is hypocritical power-hungry, holier-than-thou bullshit. Similar to the “Cobra Kai” shows which shows why Johnny Lawrence was awesome.

    fakeemail

    May 13, 2018 at EDT am

  16. Going on a tangent. . .in terms of framing who is good and bad; or who goes to the Dark Side or stays with the Light Side of the force.

    Liberals/Leftists completely believe 100% that they are the good guys. Anyone with any trace of so-called “racism, xenophobio, homophopia, etc” are evil who deserve to be unpersonned and destroyed. Their projection of who is the aggressor and who is the victim is staggering.

    If you’re a mature adult, one realizes there are no purely good or bad guys. Simply people with competing interests. If you’re in power, you can frame those with opposed interests as the morally corrupt bad guys who have to be stopped.

    That’s why the Yin/Yang symbol is the most profound. No good or bad. Just opposing forces each containing the element of the other. Just as each individual human exist on a razor’s edge of dual emotions which have to be judged in context. Love is not always “good” and hate is not always “bad”; it’s about interconnected balance.

    fakeemail

    May 13, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Someone mentioned in a recent comment how liberals used to use the term “arbitrary” to criticize rules they didn’t like, before they had control of the institutions. I’ve noticed the same thing has occurred with the word “moral.” Twenty years ago, if there was a discussion going on and someone used a word with “moral” as its root, like “morality” or “immoral,” leftists’ ears would perk up. “There’s no such thing as absolute morality,” they’d interject. “Different cultures have different standards of morality,” “what’s true for me isn’t necessarily what’s true for you,” “ideas about right and wrong are relative and vary depending on the context of the situation,” etc. In fact, they touted this non-belief in absolute morality as evidence of their views being “nuanced” and “sophisticated” in contrast with conservatives, whose views were “simplistic” and “black-and-white.” But now that the left has won the culture wars, they have no problem with absolute morality, proclaiming liberal morality to be the true absolute morality, saying that it’s “immoral” not to bake gay wedding cakes or whatever.

      Hermes

      May 14, 2018 at EDT am

      • Same thing when it comes to “truth” and “facts.”

        Liberals used to claim there was no absolute, indisputable truth. There are billions of people, each with their own view of the world, and you’re a deranged narcissist if you think your view is more true than someone else’s.

        Same thing about “facts.” What you consider to be a fact is really just your own opinion.

        I could go on and on, but just look at postmodernism if you need more material.

        They won the culture war, then Trump came and said things they didn’t approve of. Now they’re lamenting “postruth politics,” even though that was what they were campaigning to have for decades. They talk about “fact checking,” which suspiciously ends up looking like opinion approving.

        Sid

        May 14, 2018 at EDT am

  17. I actually enjoyed The Last Jedi while I was watching it (way too long, though), but there were a lot of elements that just don’t sit right as I’ve thought about it since then. When I say I enjoyed it, I’ll say I was spotting it some points because of being stuck with the problems of The Force Awakens which are not Rian Johnson’s fault, especially the incredibly dull character of Rey. The main thematic problem unique to The Last Jedi is the arc of Luke Skywalker’s character. If you think about it, Luke had still not matured into adult male hero by the end of Return of the Jedi; in the end, he still relied on his father to save him from the bad authority figure. On that basis, I found it genuinely thrilling to see Luke finally walk out onto the field of battle, even as a bitter old man, and face down all the dangers by himself. Come to find out, though, that he wasn’t really there after all; he literally had no skin in the game. And yet somehow this ruse was so difficult to pull off that he killed himself in the process. What’s the point? Couldn’t he have done more good by showing up in person and maybe surviving to help his friends again another day?

    Thinking along these lines, maybe we can see Luke Skywalker as a thoroughly tragic figure. He never really grows up. He’s fixated on redeeming his father but utterly fails the next generation. At the end of his life, he’s too much of a wuss to actually show up for his own last stand.

    Greg Pandatshang

    May 14, 2018 at EDT am

    • Great point. Death by NOT EVEN BEING THERE is an ignominious defeat. Hollywood is desperate to write the whimpering coda for white America.

      fakeemail

      May 14, 2018 at EDT am

      • So, maybe we can take Luke’s whole arc from birth to death as a metaphor for the baby boomers (Mark Hamill born 1951). Fixated with trying to relate to his (much more virile and successful) father, even when actively rebelling against his authority. Completely fails to pass anything on to the next generation. Burns down the shrine that contains the accumulated wisdom of his ancestors. Dies by fading away while the situation continues to deteriorate, with the vague wish that diversity and vapid girl power will make things okay.

        If there is hope for the galaxy, it lies with General Hux. Unfortunately, he primarily a comic figure, and has the additional disadvantage of being evil. Much like our current crop of alt-right leaders.

        I have little idea about and little interest in what Rian Johnson and J. J. Abrams wanted The Last Jedi to mean. I don’t find it offensive. It’s true to life, reflecting the sad realities of the world we’re living in.

        Greg Pandatshang

        May 20, 2018 at EDT pm

  18. “At the end of his life, he’s too much of a wuss to actually show up for his own last stand.”

    That’s pretty effing profound. Me, I’m done with the whole universe. There’s something like a dozen-odd rebels left (no more than can fit in the Millennium Falcon), and I really don’t care what happens next.

    raoulduke2767

    May 14, 2018 at EDT am

  19. FWIW, I find some real-life video to be more interesting than this movie. Listen to the turbos on this tugboat as it pulls out a 100,000-ton container ship at night.

    raoulduke2767

    May 14, 2018 at EDT am

  20. Another high-turbo scene. Maybe this should be in the comments for the Chinese aircraft Carrier? I dunno. All I can imagine after watching stuff like this, is that a lot of people (many in third-world countries) are busting their asses to bring us our beanie-babies and whatnot.

    raoulduke2767

    May 14, 2018 at EDT am

  21. Oh boy! You want to open that can of worms? Well then:

    Thread #1:

    JayMan

    May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  22. Thread #2:

    JayMan

    May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  23. Thread #3:

    JayMan

    May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  24. Thread 4:

    JayMan

    May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  25. Thread 5:

    JayMan

    May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  26. Thread 6:

    JayMan

    May 15, 2018 at EDT am

  27. I’d just like to point out: Why did no one use any of the Star Wars novels as an inspiration? There has been so many threads of complaints, but this one hasn’t been touched upon. So many people became fans of the novels, especially characters like Admiral Thrawn and Mara Jade. You’d surely think that people attuned to the Star Wars fandom would have made movies based off the novels or at least the characters themselves?

    But no, the new trilogy being made not only has no connection at all to the fandom, but probably not even to Lucas’ original movies. The reason is not hard to find. Shortly after Disney bought the Star Wars franchise, they put Kathleen Kennedy in charge. And the first thing she did was hire a creative writing team that was all female!!!

    So just imagine it. An all-female writing team is not going to concentrate on fandom (that’s for white beta nerds), but what a socially acceptable Star Wars should be. Hence, this utter fiasco we have currently.

    Article stating how Kathleen Kennedy hired an all-female writing team: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/22/movies/star-wars-last-jedi-women-run-universe.html

    Red pill aspie

    May 17, 2018 at EDT pm


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