History Film / ReturnOfTheJedi

27th Apr '16 2:36:01 PM Josef5678
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* MohsScaleOfViolenceHardness: It rated a 3, primarily due to [[spoiler:some droid torture, Oola (Femi Taylor) and Jubnuk (Simon Williamson) the Gamorrean guard being eaten by the Rancor, and plenty of other explosive mayhem that's fairly tame compared to the other ''Star Wars'' episodes]].

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* MohsScaleOfViolenceHardness: It rated a 3, primarily due to [[spoiler:some some droid torture, Oola (Femi Taylor) and Jubnuk (Simon Williamson) the Gamorrean guard being eaten by the Rancor, and plenty of other explosive mayhem that's fairly tame compared to the other ''Star Wars'' episodes]].episodes.
27th Apr '16 11:12:52 AM TheHestinator
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* MohsScaleOfViolenceHardness: It rated a 3, primarily due to [[spoiler:some droid torture, Oola (Femi Taylor) and Jubnuk (Simon Williamson) the Gamorrean guard being eaten by the Rancor, and plenty of other explosive mayhem that's fairly tame compared to the other ''Star Wars'' episodes]].
20th Apr '16 7:28:46 AM trumpetmarietta
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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: During the Battle of Endor, Green Leader a.k.a. Arvel Crynyd's fighter gets shot down. As his ship begins to break apart, the pilot manages to crash it clean through the bridge of the Executor, causing it to lose all control and smash into the Death Star.

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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: During the Battle of Endor, Green Leader a.k.a. Arvel Crynyd's fighter gets shot down. As his ship begins to break apart, the pilot manages to crash it clean through the bridge of the Executor, ''Executor'', causing it to lose all control and smash into the Death Star.



** When the A-wing pilot crashes into the ''Executor'''s bridge, on the Rebel ship, someone in the background can be heard yelling something that sure sounds like, "Die, dickheads!"

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** When the A-wing pilot crashes into the ''Executor'''s ''Executor''[='=]s bridge, on the Rebel ship, someone in the background can be heard yelling something that sure sounds like, "Die, dickheads!"



** The doomed A-wing pilot flying his own ship into the bridge of the Executor.

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** The doomed A-wing pilot flying his own ship into the bridge of the Executor.''Executor''.
20th Apr '16 7:21:10 AM trumpetmarietta
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** The TIE Interceptor pilot that was following the Millennium Falcon as it [[spoiler: flees the destruction of the death star. In the EU, the TIE Interceptor is fast enough in sublight to over take the Falcon, but with no room to maneuver (and likely no plans loaded into the navigation), the poor pilot has no choice but to follow the much slower YT1300 out of the Death Star... he doesn't make it]].

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** The TIE Interceptor pilot that was following the Millennium Falcon ''Millennium Falcon'' as it [[spoiler: flees the destruction of the death star. In the EU, the TIE Interceptor is fast enough in sublight to over take overtake the Falcon, ''Falcon'', but with no room to maneuver (and likely no plans loaded into the navigation), the poor pilot has no choice but to follow the much slower YT1300 out of the Death Star... Starů he doesn't make it]].



** Lando promises Han that the ''Falcon'' "won't get a scratch!". On the way into the Death Star the Falcon's communication dish is knocked off.

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** Lando promises Han that the ''Falcon'' "won't get a scratch!". On the way into the Death Star the Falcon's ''Falcon''[='=]s communication dish is knocked off.
19th Apr '16 10:33:48 AM AnotherGuy
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** Palpatine encouraging Luke be aggressive and kill Vader is ''not'' this trope. While killing his father in a moment of passion might have worked, to do so deliberately and knowingly would have been more effective. However, his gleefully telling Luke to finish him does cause Luke to realize his HeelRealization - and Palpatine [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith had no problems TRICKING people into the Dark Side before]] anyway.

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** Palpatine encouraging Luke be aggressive and kill Vader is ''not'' this trope. While killing his father in a moment of passion might have worked, to do so deliberately and knowingly would have been more effective. However, his gleefully telling Luke to finish him does cause Luke to realize have his HeelRealization - and Palpatine [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith had no problems TRICKING people into the Dark Side before]] anyway.
19th Apr '16 10:33:19 AM AnotherGuy
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** Palpatine encouraging Luke be aggressive and kill Vader is ''not'' this trope. While killing his father in a moment of passion might have worked, to do so deliberately and knowingly would have been more effective.

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** Palpatine encouraging Luke be aggressive and kill Vader is ''not'' this trope. While killing his father in a moment of passion might have worked, to do so deliberately and knowingly would have been more effective. However, his gleefully telling Luke to finish him does cause Luke to realize his HeelRealization - and Palpatine [[Film/RevengeOfTheSith had no problems TRICKING people into the Dark Side before]] anyway.
8th Apr '16 3:36:39 PM Josef5678
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''Return of the Jedi'' [[note]]Also known as ''Star Wars - Episode VII: Return of the Jedi''[[/note]] is a 1983 film that completed Lucas' planned SpaceOpera trilogy and closed the door on the ''Franchise/StarWars'' film series until ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''. Lucas still didn't direct, but did involve himself more closely in the production this time.

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''Return of the Jedi'' [[note]]Also known as ''Star Wars - Episode VII: VI: Return of the Jedi''[[/note]] is a 1983 film that completed Lucas' planned SpaceOpera trilogy and closed the door on the ''Franchise/StarWars'' film series until ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''. Lucas still didn't direct, but did involve himself more closely in the production this time.



* 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.



* 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.
8th Apr '16 1:12:19 PM ashlay
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''Return of the Jedi'' is a 1983 film that completed Lucas' planned SpaceOpera trilogy and closed the door on the ''Franchise/StarWars'' film series until ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''. Lucas still didn't direct, but did involve himself more closely in the production this time.

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''Return of the Jedi'' [[note]]Also known as ''Star Wars - Episode VII: Return of the Jedi''[[/note]] is a 1983 film that completed Lucas' planned SpaceOpera trilogy and closed the door on the ''Franchise/StarWars'' film series until ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''. Lucas still didn't direct, but did involve himself more closely in the production this time.
4th Apr '16 9:06:57 PM psionycx
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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.
26th Mar '16 2:20:08 PM RainbowPhoenix
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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: When Luke is being escorted back to the turbolift after his talk with Vader on Endor, a stormtrooper, who apparently overheard the conversation, can be seen turning to stare at him.



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