History Heartwarming / ANewHope

16th Mar '17 9:38:12 AM Wiseoung-5
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* The scene right after Obi-Wan saves Luke and the droids from the Tusken Raiders. Luke and Kenobi find C-3P0 with a severed arm and the droid suggests he be abandoned while the others get away. Luke's reaction is simply that of ''course'' they are not going leave their companion behind. If that does not mark Luke as a hero you can respect, nothing will in the series.

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* The scene right after Obi-Wan saves Luke and the droids from the Tusken Raiders. Luke and Kenobi find C-3P0 with a severed arm and the droid suggests he be abandoned while the others get away. Luke's reaction is simply that of ''course'' they are not ''not'' going leave their companion behind. If that does not mark Luke as a hero you can respect, nothing will in the series.
22nd Dec '16 5:30:54 PM Drakorn
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----*Watching the battle of Yavin 4 after witnessing the events of Rogue One. [[spoiler: The Death Star DOES get destroyed, Galen Erso's calculated design flaw WAS exploited, Rogue One's sacrifice was NOT in vain.]]
21st Dec '16 9:56:23 AM Cush1
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** Although, in a bit of FridgeLogic, at that point in the movie, Luke is still focused on retrieving a newly-purchased, and probably expensive, droid so he can get to work on his farm chores, and his search has resulted in the other new droid becoming damaged. He's trying to preserve a valuable piece of equipment, and if that means he has to cajole and encourage Threepio to get him moving, then so be it.
20th Dec '16 2:05:15 AM TrueBlue170
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** And when Threepio is lamenting about how there's no point in the others being put at risk to save him and how he's done for, Luke comfortingly replies with "No you're not, what kind of talk is that?" He's actually treating this droid -- who many others could have dismissed as just a machine and abandoned to get out of danger -- like a person, and it really shows what a good guy Luke is.

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** And when Threepio is lamenting about how there's no point in the others being put at risk to save him and how he's done for, Luke comfortingly replies with "No you're not, what kind of talk is that?" He's actually treating this droid -- who many others could have dismissed as just a machine and abandoned to get out of danger -- like a person, [[EstablishingCharacterMoment and it really shows what a good guy person Luke is.]]
25th Oct '16 3:47:09 PM nombretomado
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* Meta example, but MarkHamill recalls goofing around on set to make GeorgeLucas laugh because the director looked like he was about to cry. It's nice to see actors willing to mess up just to make their directors crack.

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* Meta example, but MarkHamill recalls goofing around on set to make GeorgeLucas Creator/GeorgeLucas laugh because the director looked like he was about to cry. It's nice to see actors willing to mess up just to make their directors crack.
22nd Oct '16 6:32:14 AM ErikModi
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** An actually good use of FromACertainPointOfView, since any droids Obi-Wan did work with during the prequels would have been the property of the Jedi Order itself (likely as an extension of the Republic government), and Artoo in particular was owned by Padme/the Naboo government/Anakin. So technically, Obi-Wan never did own a droid, especially not Artoo.
8th Oct '16 1:10:17 PM SithPanda16
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8th Sep '16 11:26:08 AM Javertshark13
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* Vader actually seems to have a fairly good rapport with most of his subordinates in this one (with the obvious exception of Motti). Daine Jir feels free to question him to his face ''and Vader listens,'' he and his wingmen clearly work well together (even if the one guy messed up, he still tried to protect Vader from the Millennium Falcon), and in a deleted scene, Chief Bast is comfortable complaining to him about Tarkin's actions, which he considers a foolish waste of time.
21st Aug '16 6:47:22 PM Domino5555
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* Meta example, but MarkHamill recalls goofing around on set to make GeorgeLucas laugh because the director looked like he was about to cry. It's nice to see actors willing to mess up just to make their directors crack.
6th Jan '16 7:37:04 AM TrueBlue170
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* The first time Obi-Wan takes off his hood and sees R2-D2. Yea it's a big fat retcon, but it's easy to interpret him being coy with his phrase "I don't seem to remember owning a droid." With R2's little beep in response, you get the feeling the two of them are in on the secret while Luke and Threepio aren't.

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* The first time Obi-Wan takes off his hood and sees R2-D2. Yea Yeah, it's a big fat retcon, but it's easy to interpret him being coy with his phrase "I don't seem to remember owning a droid." With R2's little beep in response, you get the feeling the two of them are in on the secret while Luke and Threepio aren't.
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