When a random dude in his bedroom does a better job than a multi billion dollar film company
@butternut squash,I’d see this in a heartbeat!
Firstly, Why does this work so well. Secondly, I can not express my gratitude enough to whoever made this!!!!
@2807Ollie, I think this is the official trailer, haven't seen it so not sure about the music.
@Anonymous Jack III, here's a hint, it's not.
@2807Ollie, I’m not familiar with the song, so that was rather climactic.
@2807Ollie, my only regret is that I have but one upvote to give this.
@Berntley, The original song is Ridin’ Solo by Jadon Derulo. Its actually a really catchy song. Though I think its popularity was deminished by the fact that few songs have lyrics that sing about being happy to be single.
someone mentioned below that this is the Star Wars connect dancing game version of the song.
As good as this was it still erks me whenever I see that Jamie Costa wasn’t cast as young Han. If anyone doesn’t know who I’m talking about look the guy up on Facebook and you’ll understand.
How does this work so well
So will we get to see him do the Kessel run in this movie?
First.(Who remembers the good old days ehh?)
@Pono, .... That's never been welcome 'round these parts. Seems you're lookin for a lynchin'.
would've liked it better with the 9/11 towers blowing tf up. But oh well. It good
@The 911 Masturbator, ya, but they would want to reenact the scene and Osama is dead, so they won't have his input on how to do it correctly.
@CynicalSir, Osama had nothing to do with the towers lol
So we uploading trailers now? Let's upload them all then! :D
@Anonymous Jack III, #trailerwallet
@Anonymous Jack III, the joke is that this isn't the actual trailer. Someone added the music from a StarWars Kinect dancing game to it and it's better then the official trailer.
This should be the trailer
Haven't actually bothered to watch the "real" trailer. Now I feel like it would horribly disappoint me.
As much as I'd be interested in seeing this film, I won't give my money to Disney again unless something changes. This trailer is dope though.
@ JCLEMZ, good luck with that one. They’ve a method that has been working for them. It makes them money. And a few people upset and boycotting their work would be like an ant on an elephant.
You would have an easier time changing your outlook and just trying to enjoy something for what it is than trying to change Disney.
@Seohn, Sounds like a terrible way to live. Not allowed to dislike something, only allowed to like it - sounds like mob mentality to me. That's why Last Jedi was terrible, because we let them develop this mentality that we'll eat up anything they throw out, regardless if it's garbage or not; "You're not a true fan if you dislike this movie!" pisses me off. Though your argument of "You're not gonna achieve anything, so like it anyways" (not sure how that works exactly) feels just as disturbing. So call it a boycott if you want, cause I guess that's what it is anyways, but to me this is just myself choosing not to support a company ruining a film franchise I grew up loving. Besides. If they're like the Last Jedi, I can live without seeing them.
@ JCLEMZ, In no way was what I said related to you not being allowed to dislike something. What I said was your efforts are in vain. Perhaps you really do need to change your outlook if you interpret anyone that disagrees with you as telling you that you can’t dislike something.
Second I like the last Jedi. I liked it because it was different. And it’s perfectly OK for people not to like the last Jedi. As long as their reasons for not liking it aren’t just following what the crowd says or they let their nostalgia overpower their ability to enjoy something.
@ JCLEMZ, For example I like the movie ready player one. I’m a huge fan of the book and have been for six years. Yes it was disappointing that the movie wasn’t like the book. But I’m able to hold it as it’s own separate work. I knew going in that they would not be able to make the movie just like the book. There are too many references in the book that they could not have gotten all the rights for.
That’s not to say that there aren’t complaints about the movie. They could’ve taken elements from the book to make the movie more emotionally grabbing. But if I use that as my reasoning for not liking the movie. I would be letting my nostalgia and love of the book ruin my judgment at holding the movie as it’s own separate work.
@ JCLEMZ, But as I said. You completely misinterpreted what I said. I did not say you could not dislike something. I’m saying what you do is a waste of time. You literally are not going to change the outcome. It’s done it’s not going to change so you have two options. You can just not watch the new Star Wars and anything related to it anymore. Or you can just learn to like it. Because it’s not going to change anything you not liking it. Sorry cold hard facts that’s just how it is. You can hate it and boycott it all you want. But it’s not going to change anything. There are far more people that like it than hate it.
So to use your own arguments against you. How come people like seem to think that you can’t be a Star Wars fan and like the last Jedi.
@Seohn, Well to answer your last question, I never said you couldn't be. But the fact it craps on established lore, injects SJW topics, and has one of cinema's greatest marry sues ever, yet people defend it to the death, makes me think people who like it haven't seen the older films. Of course I'm not saying you can't be a fan because you like or dislike Last Jedi. And yes, you said it again, "You can't change anything. So you should just learn to like it." is a poor argument. I'm not saying my "boycott" will totally change Disney. I'm saying they're killing a beloved franchise and they've lost a customer because of it. I'm not going to "learn" to love something that doesn't earn it. Why do I have to develop Stockholm Syndrom for Disney's Star Wars films? And no, critics love it, but the audience mostly hates Last Jedi.
@ JCLEMZ, You dont have to learn to love it. Which is why I said you have choices. One of the choices was to learn to look at it differently. And I see you’re jumping on the Mary Sue bandwagon. Her has its own flaws. Please do explain how Rey is Mary Sue and Luke was not?
@Seohn, Luke lost his family, lost a mentor, and became an enemy of the Empire in one movie (like, within a few days). The next movie he struggled with his path, lost his hand, learned his farther was the 2nd most evil person in the galaxy, and nearly died. The last movie, he struggled with the dark side and brought his father back from the darkness, all while facing death. When did Rae do anything like that? She has no family, no connections, and she hasn't so much as been bruised fighting for... anything. For crying out loud, she beat Luke Skywalker in a fight (the most powerful Jedi ever who takes down Star Destroyers with the force like it's nothing) like 3 weeks after she learned about him and the force. No training, no experience, but she somehow has force powers and abilities it took others decades to learn. Name one flaw she has.
@ JCLEMZ, I knew you would say the no force training part. Which means you did not make the correlation between when Kylo was trying to read her mind and how she glimpsed from his mind and learned how to use the force a little.
So Luke lost his family in the first episode. It’s actually very common thing in stories. Disney kills off family’s all the time to create princesses. This time there wasn’t even a family to begin with and shes not a princess. That we know about. They talk about her not having a family to try to get you to think about the struggles she went through growing up. Her struggles of trying to make ends meet by being a junk dealer. Guess your nostalgia made that part forgettable too.
Essentially they summed up her story without actually showing it to you. So I guess if that’s your argument. They could’ve shown it. I can see your point of view of wanting to see what she went through growing up. Rather than them just talk about it. But its easy for me to imagine.
@ JCLEMZ, You’re also forgetting that part of her journey is looking for her family. So you using that she has no family or connections as your argument is invalid because you forget that her search is part of the story.
It’s OK to hate the movie. You don’t have to like it. But you’ve not shown me anything that wasn’t similar in the previous movies or convinces me that she’s some kind of an all powerful character who is perfect in every way. Because the story that I got from it was somebody who was without a family growing up and is searching for that family then ends up in a much bigger conflict.
I’m try to enjoy the story they’re telling in the new movie as I watch it while not comparing it to the originals. Yes I do compare moments. But I typically think about those after the movies finished. Because if you become focused on it during the movie you miss bits of story. (Which I think you did). I also don’t let that dictate whether or not I like the new movies.
@Seohn, None of what you said even attempts to dispute what I listed. Not one. Nostalgia has nothing to do with my "forgetting" anything, considering I pretty much listed your counter arguments. "Not having a family" anymore is common in Star Wars, so her not having one anymore (another lapse in storytelling tbh there) isn't enough when the big reveal is "You're nothing." Anikan grew up a slave who messed with junk, and Luke maintained junk himself - being a junker isn't anything special. At the end of the day she's a sad lonely girl who's oddly not those things. She only wants to know her parents and know how to use the force, you know, exactly like Luke. Remember? The most powerful Jedi ever who's defeated by a girl who learns of the force 3 weeks ago. Luke is so disrespected as a character that even the actor couldn't help sharing how he felt about it. If Luke tells you out of character that his character is being depicted wrong, you need to restart from square one.
@Seohn, But at the end of the day, the fact you don't see everything, that you have to literally research stuff since it wasn't even shown or depicted well, is a callsign to how damaged these movies are. Not every movie is perfect art, but Last Jedi destroys every bit of canon that existed prior, it introduces undue influences, and Rae is the biggest marry sue in the entire industry. Luke suffers and grows more as a character in his first movie alone compared to Rae and her two movies, and even he was bland a character back then. There's nothing special about her, no training, and she's never lost at anything, ever. If you can beat two of the strongest characters in the Galaxy at the time without any training, you got a marry sue on your hands. Even with training Luke couldn't lift a fighter, but Rae could lift half a fvcking mountain without any. Last Jedi is so flawed that we could go on for days just discussing one point at a time.
@ JCLEMZ, She also read the Jedi Texts. But I cant remember if that was before or after. I think Luke sort of let her win though. I haven’t watched that scene in a while. But it sort of felt like Luke was having flashbacks and wasn’t fully fighting back. I didnt take away the whole “she won in outright combat” like you did. There was more going on in those scenes that prevented that. Also Luke is getting old and had been in seclusion for sometime.
But you sound like the people who complain that she was doing good in a sword fight as if she should have no skill what so ever with it. Who also forget that shes normally uses staves in combat and that those skills aren’t much different when switching to a sword.
@ JCLEMZ, However I did dispute your argument. You ignore the part where I say you let your nostalgia cause you to forget and miss parts of the story. Such as the part where she glimpses how to use the force from Kylo. You saying you caught that part?
Luke was damaged. Life changed him. It’s something that happens when significant and very hurtful events happen in your life. I can tell you’ve never experienced events in your life that change you life this. But I have, so his character was understandable.
It makes it harder for you to relate and understand how it can change you. Did you also forget nearly 30 years had pasted between the stories. When that much time passes people tend to be different. Some change more drastically then others due to events in their lives.
Luke acting the way he does is an understandable change of someone who’s upset about their mistakes and failures. We aren’t talking a small mistake here. What Luke is ashamed of is a major life altering mistake.
@ JCLEMZ, but the movie isn’t perfect. Now if you want to complain how they use the old. “I need to know and you don’t” tactic with Po and the others. Despite knowing full well that Po is known for being rash. Then yeah thats the least imaginative way to tie the story.
The only reason their plan to infiltrate the ship even failed was because of that one guy picked up on the planet betrayed them. Otherwise that entire plan would’ve been successful.
Also that woman withholding information literally caused that outcome by not trusting there best people. They would’ve never gone to the planet and she simply been upfront with them. They would’ve never gone to the planet had she simply been upfront with them. They would’ve escaped just fine.
Even though I really hate when movies use that. I still like this movie because it doesn’t ruin everything in it. The are way too many things in it that I like that outweigh the bad.
@ JCLEMZ, Luke was a moisture farmer. Who occasionally fixed things on the farm. It’s a far different from someone who has more experience working with a larger variety of ships and speeders all their life just rebuilding junk.
Knowing how to repair something on the farm is not the same as someone who is dedicated to that particular field. For example I know how to fix many things on my car. But I’m not as knowledgeable and skilled as a mechanic that repairs them every day in a shop. So I would consider it two entirely different fields of skill.
@ JCLEMZ, You’ve shown your only projecting what you want from the story. To quote you the big reveal is nothing. She’s just a sad little girl with no family.
You want to do a major reveal of her past. And that didn’t happen the way you wanted so you’re pissed off about it. I can understand that. That’s why you don’t like it that’s fine too. But the Mary Sue argument is incorrect. Because like you just said she’s a sad lonely little girl. Which means she’s not perfect. Shes flawed like any of the other Star Wars character.
Maybe the lesson the movie is trying to teach you is that sometimes there’s just disappointment in life. Such as being extremely disappointed that they didn’t reveal something much grander about her family. But if they had revealed something like that some people would’ve probably complained about that too.
@Seohn, Okay firstly, you're not even debating anymore. You're just attacking me personally and twisting words around nilly willy to make your points. There isn't nostalgia involved here for the 3rd time, I didn't have some plot written down I wanted to see, and Rae is a marry sue who mastered the force within days, and never lost a single fight. Where do you get off assuming I've never suffered before, so I wouldn't know what it looks like? How dare you. You have this habit not debating the topic and instead attacking the debater. You've yet to prove Rae isn't a marry sue and reinforce it multiple times - and no, being sad doesn't make you imperfect. None of my arguments have yet to be debunked and that's where this discussion ends. Only because you insist on getting personal rather than discussing this civilly.
One last thought. What's the difference between Superman and Rae? Superman has died before, lost fights, and has more character depth. That's all.
@ JCLEMZ, Fact that you didn’t answer my question when I asked if you had noticed the part where she glanced how to use the force when Kyloe was poking around in her head. Says to me that you really weren’t paying attention to the story and missed that.
She didn’t master the force in three weeks. She became good but not mastered. You also ignore that Luke spent very little time training to use the force before using it to help blow up the death star. Plus he only spent what appeared like a few weeks with Yoda on Dagobah. You’re ok with suddenly he’s a Jedi master?
One of the points I’m trying to make. If I can apply your same line of reasoning to the old movies. Then its a flawed defense.
Another point I was trying to make is you missed bits of the story and little hints at details so you cling to the Mary Sue idea. Which is why I think you’re wrong about her being a Mary Sue because you missed bits of the story.
@ JCLEMZ, here’s something to consider. You’ll notice that Fin seems to be in a lot of the story. Yeah Rea can use the force. But have you considered that she’s just one of characters and that the overall story is not just about her. All of your dislike for the movie and arguments seem to be about her. You throw around Mary Sue like a catchphrase many have latched on to when saying why they dislike the movie. But don’t mention much else. Are you saying that Fins story arc is terrible too? The challenges he’s facing? Are you saying his character is terrible and therefor also a reason to not watch the movie?
@ JCLEMZ, don’t let your dislike for one character ruin all of story. Because that’s really what it sounds like when you use the Mary Sue argument. You really shouldn’t use it. If you don’t like something then explain why you don’t like it. Give better detail than just a buzzword. Otherwise you’ll be lumped in with the people who let their nostalgia interfere with their ability to see more of what is going on in the story.
11/10 best star wars trailer