History Film / ReturnOfTheJedi

28th Jul '16 7:21:38 AM kuchiki222
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* TwoDSpace: During the space portion of the Battle of Endor, all of the participants operate under this principle. The Death Star, along with the Rebel and Imperial fleets, are arrayed on a narrow plane parallel to the surface of the moon of Endor. ''Nobody'' appears to consider the possibility of moving in any direction other than towards the Death Star or the Imperial fleet formation. Even lateral movement away from the two Imperial obstacles is seemingly unfathomable.

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* TwoDSpace: During the space portion of the Battle of Endor, all of the participants operate under this principle. The Death Star, along with the Rebel and Imperial fleets, are arrayed on a narrow plane parallel to the surface of the moon of Endor. ''Nobody'' appears to consider the possibility of moving in any direction other than towards the Death Star or the Imperial fleet formation. Even lateral movement away from the two Imperial obstacles is seemingly unfathomable. Also, During landing at Endor, Luke's party and the stormtroopers ignored that ''there is a sky'' right above them, and it nearly ends disastrously for Luke's party.
25th Jul '16 2:31:44 PM Ciara25
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* BerserkButton: Luke at first refuses to fight Vader in their climatic duel and hides from him -- but when Vader reads his mind, realises he has a twin sister, and baits Luke with the possibility that Leia will be turned to the Dark Side if he refuses to do so, Luke ''' ''SNAPS.'' ''' He goes after Vader with everything he's got, and probably would have killed him if he hadn't come to his senses.
26th Jun '16 8:16:09 AM marmota-b
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* AssuranceBackfire: When Han Solo prepares to ambush a group of Stormtroopers on the forest moon, he tells Luke and Leia "Relax, it's me." They roll their eyes, telling the viewers succinctly that that's exactly what they're worried about.
21st Jun '16 12:02:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* SeeTheWhitesOfTheirEyes: Lando orders the Rebel fleet to close with the Imperial fleet, figuring their odds of surviving a knife fight with the Star Destroyers is much better than their odds of surviving being SittingDucks for the [[SuperWeaponSurprise Death Star.]]

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* SeeTheWhitesOfTheirEyes: Lando orders the Rebel fleet to close with the Imperial fleet, figuring their odds of surviving a knife fight with the Star Destroyers is much better than their odds of surviving being SittingDucks {{Sitting Duck}}s for the [[SuperWeaponSurprise Death Star.]]
9th Jun '16 5:52:25 AM Aquila89
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-->'''Vader:''' That name no longer has any meaning for me.\\

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-->'''Vader:''' -->'''Luke:''' I have accepted that truth that you were once Anakin Skywalker, my father.\\
'''Vader:'''
That name no longer has any meaning for me.\\
30th May '16 7:32:34 AM skidoo23
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* ShipSinking: Arguably the most famous application of the trope in modern-day pop culture as it's revealed that Luke and Leia are sisters, with the added side effect of transforming the Luke-Leia shippy moments from Episodes IV and V and spin-off works such as the novel ''Splinter of the Mind's Eye'' into {{Squick}}.

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* ShipSinking: Arguably the most famous application of the trope in modern-day pop culture as it's revealed that Luke and Leia are sisters, siblings, with the added side effect of transforming the Luke-Leia shippy moments from Episodes IV and V and spin-off works such as the novel ''Splinter of the Mind's Eye'' into {{Squick}}.
30th May '16 7:32:03 AM skidoo23
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* ShipSinking: Arguably the most famous application of the trope in modern-day pop culture as it's revealed that Luke and Leia are sisters, with the added side effect of transforming the Luke-Leia shippy moments from Episodes IV and V and spin-off works such as the novel ''Splinter of the Mind's Eye'' into {{Squick}}.
21st May '16 3:32:29 AM Faberlich
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Long believed to be the final chronological chapter of the ''Star Wars'' saga for nearly 30 years until Creator/{{Disney}}'s acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012 announced the production of the long-awaited sequel trilogy beginning with ''Film/TheForceAwakens''.

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Long believed to be the final chronological chapter of the ''Star Wars'' saga for nearly 30 years until Creator/{{Disney}}'s acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012 announced the production of the long-awaited sequel trilogy beginning that began in 2015 with ''Film/TheForceAwakens''.
20th May '16 3:55:34 AM DestinedJedi87
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* HistoryRepeats: Just like the start of ''Revenge of the Sith'' that heralded the fall of the Old Republic, the end of ''Return of the Jedi'' features a gigantic space battle with Palpatine, the brilliant mastermind orchestrating events to his advantage, sitting back on his throne and observing it all as his agents, now Darth Vader rather than Count Dooku, oppose the forces of good trying to hold back the darkness, now Luke Skywalker rather than Anakin Skywalker, and like his father before him, Luke is confronted with a choice, to spare the villain, though unlike his father, he chooses the right path and rejects the dark side, which leads to Vader's redemption and finally bringing balance to the Force.

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* HistoryRepeats: Just like the start of ''Revenge of the Sith'' that heralded the fall of the Old Republic, the end of ''Return of the Jedi'' features a gigantic space battle with Palpatine, the brilliant mastermind orchestrating events to his advantage, sitting back on his throne and observing it all as his agents, now Darth Vader rather than Count Dooku, oppose the forces of good trying to hold back the darkness, now Luke Skywalker rather than Anakin Skywalker, and like his father before him, Luke is confronted with a choice, to spare the villain, though unlike his father, he chooses the right path and rejects the dark side, which leads to Vader's redemption and finally restoring peace to the galaxy and bringing balance to the Force.
20th May '16 3:54:41 AM DestinedJedi87
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* HistoryRepeats: Just like the start of ''Revenge of the Sith'' that heralded the fall of the Old Republic, the end of ''Return of the Jedi'' features a gigantic space battle with Palpatine, the brilliant mastermind orchestrating events to his advantage, sitting back on his throne and observing it all as his agents, now Darth Vader rather than Count Dooku, oppose the forces of good, now Luke Skywalker rather than Anakin Skywalker, and like his father before him, Luke is confronted with a choice, to spare the villain, though unlike his father, he chooses the right path and rejects the dark side, which leads to Vader's redemption and finally bringing balance to the Force.

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* HistoryRepeats: Just like the start of ''Revenge of the Sith'' that heralded the fall of the Old Republic, the end of ''Return of the Jedi'' features a gigantic space battle with Palpatine, the brilliant mastermind orchestrating events to his advantage, sitting back on his throne and observing it all as his agents, now Darth Vader rather than Count Dooku, oppose the forces of good, good trying to hold back the darkness, now Luke Skywalker rather than Anakin Skywalker, and like his father before him, Luke is confronted with a choice, to spare the villain, though unlike his father, he chooses the right path and rejects the dark side, which leads to Vader's redemption and finally bringing balance to the Force.
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