History Awesome / ReturnOfTheJedi

20th Jul '16 11:45:29 PM MikeW
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** Just consider that rather than try to "spice it up" with some CGI for the Special Editions, Lucas left the entire sequence alone, knowing no modern tricks could possibly enhance such an epic work.
23rd Jun '16 6:29:05 AM ajbit26
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** Lando gets one too, as while being slowly dragged to his potential death, and with his blind best friend essentially pointing a gun at him, he keeps his calm and tells Han where to shoot.
28th May '16 3:46:43 PM MetalSlimeHunt
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** All the way from the start of the trilogy, Yoda and Obi-wan have kept the same plan and message: Luke ''must'' kill his father and the Emperor in order to win. Not only does he not kill either of them, but in ultimately redeeming Anakin he finds a way to finally bring balance to the force and proves that for all their mastery they were ''wrong''.
15th May '16 8:31:31 PM SithPanda16
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/awesome_return_of_the_jedi.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:"I am a Jedi, like my father before me"]]
1st May '16 11:38:50 AM DecafGrub47393
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* Palpatine's overall reaction to everything that is going on around him. For the 1st time in his Sith life something does not go his way, his wanted apprentice and heir to the Empire Luke has completely ignored his wishes of giving in to The Dark Side, the Death Star II's shields are down and will surely be destroyed any minute now, and his Galactic Empire which he spent nearly 20 years to create prior to Episode IV is left without a heir and will fall into ruin without him or a successor. He tries to get some cathartic rage on Luke for denying his wishes however something he never would have thought to happened to him happens, his own slave Darth Vader breaks free from the Dark Side and hoists Palpatine. All Palpatine can do at this point is yell in fury and anger he even ''demands'' Vader to let him go. For the 1st time in the Star Was timeline Palpatine has made an error an error which costs him his Empire, the Sith Order, and his life.

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* Palpatine's overall reaction to everything that is going on around him. For the 1st time in his Sith life something does not go his way, his wanted apprentice and heir to the Empire Luke has completely ignored his wishes of giving in to The Dark Side, the Death Star II's shields are down and will surely be destroyed any minute now, and his Galactic Empire which he spent nearly 20 years to create prior to Episode IV is left without a heir and will fall into ruin without him or a successor. He tries to get some cathartic rage on Luke for denying his wishes however something he never would have thought to happened to him happens, his own slave Darth Vader breaks free from the Dark Side and hoists Palpatine. All Palpatine can do at this point is yell in fury and anger he even ''demands'' Vader to let him go. For the 1st time in the Star Was Wars timeline Palpatine has made an error an error which costs him his Empire, the Sith Order, and his life.
20th Apr '16 2:41:39 AM Farnham
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** Looking at the progression of events around that point, that scene ''is'' when the tables turned and the good guys started to win. After that declaration, the Shield Generator blew up, Executor was destroyed, and the Death Star Run into the reactor began. Everything began to fall apart for Palpatine.

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** Looking at the progression of events around that point, that scene ''is'' when the tables turned and the good guys started to win. After that declaration, the Shield Generator blew up, Executor the ''Executor'' was destroyed, and the Death Star Run into the reactor began. Everything began to fall apart for Palpatine.
17th Apr '16 1:58:02 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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** And then there's more evidence of that journey's impact when Jabba drops Luke into the Rancor pit. The slavering beast sets its sights on Luke, and within three minutes, Luke takes it down. With a [[ImprovisedWeapon bone.]] And a rock.

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** And then there's more evidence of that journey's impact when Jabba drops Luke into the Rancor pit. The slavering beast sets its sights on Luke, and within three minutes, Luke takes it down. With a [[ImprovisedWeapon bone.]] And a rock.skull.
16th Apr '16 12:26:24 AM CaptainSkywalker
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* Obi-Wan's seemingly nonsensical line in Episode IV to Han and in turn the crew "There are alternatives to fighting" finally come to pass 4 years later, Luke didn't beat Palpatine by a lightsaber he finds an alternative way to beat him by proudly proclaiming he is a Jedi like his father before him. Somewhere in the deep recesses of The Force Obi-Wan's ghost must have been smiling.
20th Mar '16 2:36:09 PM Zerbinetta
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* In a low-key way, Leia taking her first steps to exploring her Force Sensitivity by feeling her brother escaped the second Death Star.
18th Mar '16 5:30:00 AM DoctorSleep
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** Even more awesome after watching the prequel trilogy. Anakin had spent his entire life adhering to the whims of other people. He was a slave in his childhood. As a Jedi he could only do what his elders allowed him to do, which meant his potential to be the hero he was hoping to be was severely limited. The Emperor played him like a pack of cards to the point where he lost almost everything. Even his relationship with Padmé transpired on her terms, not his. By killing the Emperor to save his son, Anakin finally took control of his life.
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