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Rey, our love,forever.

Discussion in 'General Sequel Trilogy Discussion' started by McDiarmid, Mar 29, 2018.

  1. McDiarmid

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    The elevator scene in TLJ is obvious reminiscence of similar scene in the Episode VI

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    Vader is taking Luke as prisoner, after Luke turns himself voluntary.
    Luke , using his power influences Vader and tries to turn him on a Light side.
    In a brief moment Vader seem to be softening,and is talking gently, only to aventualy bring him to Palpatine.


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    In the almost absolute analogy in the episode VIII, Rey is also there voluntary.

    Rey is in the elevator absolutely in the same position as Luke.
    Doing, trying to do ,same thing as Luke once did with Vader, now with Kylo.

    She uses name Ben, trying to be as much intimate as possible with him for reason.
    Teenagers arround the world hillariously think she must had a crush in him, and came to..what..a kiss him..?

    Of course not, she came to turn him, believing there is still good in him.

    Just like Luke turned himself believing there is good in Vader.

    Rey is using her power, wisdom, she is softening Kylo, just like Luke did to Vader.

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    There ,a brief pull of the Light catches Ben, in that brief moment like he is really again Ben, not anymore Kylo.

    Therefore he gently looks Rey saying: "Rey I sough who your parents are".

    He wanted to tell her the truth , the real truth ,in the elevator.Before they faced Snoke.

    Rey is definitely a Luke's decendant.


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    Making her a descendent of Luke Skywalker would worsen TLJ. Through out the whole movie Rey learns that she doesn't need parents and that she raised herself. She is her own parent. => look at the cave scene.

    I hope it's not too much to ask but can you stop using sough for saw? Sough means rush or something like that. It kinda drives me crazy. Haha!
     
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    Rey has absolutely deserved admiration trough her power to be great without knowing her parents.The choices she made were right .

    Finding that Rey is Skywalker in episode VIII will add very little to the story, and decrease power of story in ep IX..

    Episode VIII delivered Rey's challenge,trough which she grew, developed by not knowing she is Skywalker, she plunged in the underworld,facing her worst fears, which she overcomed, by her own choice, by the strenght of who she personally is.

    Rey's story arc in many ways derives from the Greek myth of Persephone.

    In the ep IX ,however ,cames explanation of her powers,of her role in the destiny of the galaxy, a
    " profundly satissfying conclusion honoring 40 years of Star Wars"."

    And that's it. It will be perfect.
    It already is perfect.
     
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    My honest apology for my poor spelling.
    Saw it is than,not sough....I was not aware
    :oops:
     
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    can I be brutally honest? This thread, I don't understand it. :confused:
     
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    I also don't know if it was a parody thread.
    Confessing our love for Rey?
    Or confessing our hatred for Rey?
    Sharing Rey Images?
    What exactly are we discussing?
     
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    I guess the point of this thread is to show Rey is a Skywalker. But I'm not really sure.
     
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    TLJ is a set up and fans have taken it hook, line, and sinker. People think Disney is making up the ST as it goes along--nonsense. The most consistent answer is that Rey has always been a Skywalker.

    Episode VIII did what it was supposed to do--confuse the issue and set up the big twist for Episode IX. The central issue throughout the trilogy has been about Rey's parentage--it hasn't been explained fully yet and my guess is it connects to many of the issues we've had with the ST (more background on Luke's exile, who the heck is Snoke, why does Snoke seem to know the girl, why the heck is untrained Rey so strong, why was Lor San Tekka on Jakku, why the heck did Luke's saber call to Rey, etc.).
     
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    deleted Luke's dialogue "you opened yourself to the dark for a pair of pretty eyes"

    "LATimes: So … is this the first time Kylo has ever held hands with a girl?

    Johnson: I actually talked about that with Adam [Driver]. Adam was like, “So … have I actually kissed a girl before?” I would think maybe he has. Maybe after hours in the Jedi camp, there was a game of spin the bottle — “spin the lightsaber…”

    she's clearly a Skywalker, have you seen how they look at each other ? they'll probably kiss in the next movie:

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    The way Rian Johnson did The Last Jedi is a true mastery.

    People are clueless, and thanks to most notably ReyLo movement it became comic how weak we have became to analyse this epic film in its true beauty.
    Rian Johnson has almost got us clueless until episode IX.

    But its actually obvious on many levels in the film, many already shown on this thread.

    detail next..

    Luke passes away on the Ahch-To, with a revelation in his eyes .

    The First person which feels this moment in the galaxy is not his sister Leia, but a girl from nowhere that meet him few weeks ago, which he refused to train, and before she leaved she has beaten the old hermit with a staff and even desperately threathened him with a light saber.
    She also took the sacred Jedi text for old hermit not to burn them down .

    Rey and Luke separated in absolute disagreement.

    Jet: In the moment Lukes "dies" Rey needs to grab something in the state of shock.

    Rey feels this moment quicker, and stronger than even Luke's sister Leia.

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    In the TLJ novel actually, it says that Rey than fell on her knees.

    She fell on her knees before.. when she failed to find the truth about her parents in the Dark cave.

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    Importantly, TLJ highlighted that Luke had cut himself off from the Force. Luke has no idea who Rey is but senses something special about her asking repeatedly who she is. Later, Rey notices Luke is cut off from the Force. Luke later reconnects with the Force, saves his friends and dies realizing he actually did have a long lost daughter (Rey). Episode IX is going to give us a great twist story as to why Luke didn't know about her/realize she was still alive ....
     
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    Exactly. Story wise Luke's cut off from the Force is intriguing ,since for itself has no any importance except that makes Luke, artificially, a common man who does not uses his Force senses..and the only person in the film that intrerracts with him is actually Rey. He is clueless almost to the end abut Rey because of this.
    Story neccessity?.

    Here is detail from the Novel TLJ.
    (many were quick to announce that it proves Luke did not had a wife, and that it was about Luke's weird dream that is without consequence)

    In fact, The last jedi novel starts like this:

    Luke dreams alternative life, in which he has peacefull his wife on Tatooine, a girl he knew in his youth, she was probabaly his first simpathy.
    Jet as the scene unfolds Luke feels desire to go to see stars.
    Luke also feells sadness , because he and his wife NEVER HAD A CHILDREN, in fact Luke says it was pain for them, never had children.
    Towards the end of this dream, Luke's wife , girl from his youth, turned around in protest, frown, insecure, questioning Luke , is he loving something else more than her?
    Luke negates, but novel demonstrates that he do desires something else, up there amongst the stars, he enters with his wife in the house, still actually in his heart looking to the stars.

    Luk awakes from dream. He instantly concludes that it was not ordinary dream, that the Force has penetrated his defenses during his dream.Luke knows it was act of the Force, force is telling him something.
    Luke knows the deam is no coincidence, something is coming, a change.
    Something is comming.
    ..next
    He is on the cliff, turns arround, and behind him is Rey.

    This is simply , powerfull.
    This actually hints that Luke didn't had a marriage, had his harsh and tragic life instead peaceful one, but obviously loved some woman,amd ntion he felt pain for never having a child issimply unbelievable...why this?

    The dream was clear announcement of fulfillment of something from his dream.

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    Anyway, she did break up with Sana. So debatable?

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    Well you come up with a potential mate.
     
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    Luke loves women, and wanted to have children.

    Though in his dream he feels pain becaue he had wife, but they never had a child.It was painful for Luke they never got children.

    It is a Canon now.

    Of course emedieately after his dream he wakes up, and ....Rey shows up behind him on the cliff.

    Luke's story is stright story guys, very strighty, and obvisously...with concete consequences
     
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    aphra is gay and Asian non of that points to Rey. Admittedly though just because a woman loves other women they are still capable of having babies.

    But this thread is still crazy and peculiar.
     
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    This comment makes no sense to me. I do not see how making Rey a part of the Skywalker line would have made "THE LAST JEDI" even worse than it already is to me. Perhaps you prefer if she wasn't a part of the family. I can understand that. But I don't see how this would have made the film even more flawed. And Rey NOT being a part of the Skywalker family line wasn't my biggest problem with the movie.
     
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    @p03

    Did you ever see the movie Your Sister's Sister?

    Anyway, maybe Aphra and her white haired Imperial eventually wanted a baby some time and they stole Luke's tea?
    Aphra being Aphra, it's not something beyond her.
    And them dang Imperials.
     
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    Well, you misunderstood me. Revealing Rey as a Skywalker in EPIX would worsen TLJ. Because everything what Rey had learned would have been for nothing.
     
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