Continuity Errors In 'The Last Jedi' Are Evident In Relentless Nit-Picking
Self-proclaimed Star Wars fans have been crapping on The Last Jedi since opening night and continue to scrutinize it like a play review in the NFL. Literally, people are slowing down scenes to find errors and then proclaiming their hatred of the flick justified.
Maybe just don’t watch it and shut up about it? That’s an option.
Choreographer: "but sir, as cool as it may look, if the red guard has two knives he could just stab Rey in the back"— Paul Blank (@TheLocalGod) April 3, 2018
Director: We'll just edit one out half way through the move, no one will notice.
FX Guy: Done. pic.twitter.com/5FbmvwoTr2
OH NOE THE KNIFE DID A DISAPPEAR AND NOW IT IS UNCLEAR IF THIS FAKE PERSON COULD HAVE BEATEN THAT OTHER FAKE PERSON IN HAND-TO-HAND COMBAT.
That looks so bad. Well done, Disney. Well done.— Joshua Dorne (@joshuadorne) April 3, 2018
This was the only redeeming scene in this awful film. Thanks for ruining that for me as well. 😔 #thelastjediawful— Lumpy ✨ (@thezenwookie) April 3, 2018
@CookieTruth Never even noticed this. Even one of the best scenes in the movie is a joke😭😭— Jake Fenton📸 (@_JakeFenton) April 6, 2018
Fortunately, some people pointed out that the OG trilogy wasn’t free of mistakes and we still loved it.
Yeah it’s not like Star Wars has ever had mistakes in production before oh wait…. pic.twitter.com/FF1dCiOmVD— Darth Shaun (@KnightOfShaun25) April 4, 2018
lego star wars is not respecting continuity and i am v upset— lawn medicine (@lawnsea) April 7, 2018
My advice? Don’t watch things you don’t like and don’t build your life around trying to ruin it for other people. Or just keep being a dick on Twitter about a movie series you put on a pedestal as a child and refuse to accept anything outside of your own headcanon. Sounds like a rad life.
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