The Real Reasons That Fans Are So Upset By The New Star Wars Movie
There is a disturbance in the Force. Or perhaps its simply that many Star Wars fan boys are emotionally stunted man-babies. Regardless of the reason, lots of Star Wars fans are very unhappy with the latest chapter in the series. But why?
The main hero character is played by a woman, a creature which most Star Wars fans find far more terrifying than whatever sadistic magicks the Dark Side might whip up.
All of the musical numbers, and where did Hugh Jackman suddenly come from? (for people who accidentally went into the theater showing The Greatest Showman)
They have the technology to create CGI creatures, robots and explosive space battles, but there’s no way to keep Princess Leia from looking like an over the hill Liberace impersonator?
They overheard a group of teenage girls laughing about the fact that they were watching the movie alone while dressed as a chubby Jedi master, and it ruined the entire movie for them.
The special promotional large tub of popcorn with limited edition Star Wars hologram on the packaging clearly shows Chewbacca firing a laser gun with his right hand, when everyone knows that he’s a leftie.
They’ll never see a naked woman in real life (not about the new Star Wars movie per se, but nonetheless upsetting enough to cast a tinge of sadness over everything else, including the new Star Wars movie).
It wasn’t exactly as they had pictured it in their mind while reading online spoilers for the year and a half leading up to the movie’s release.
The robot shown briefly in the background of two different scenes, which was going to be the focus of some awesome fan fiction, was suddenly blown up during a space battle.
The C3PO bubble bath released as a special promotion for The Last Jedi smells like Lysol, and gave them some weird, itchy bumps all over their bodies.
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