Mark Hamill Hates Star Wars The Last Jedi

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  • Film Gob
    Film Gob  Year ago +12936

    Luke ZeroFucksGiver is back!

    • Shelvs HOTpencil
      Shelvs HOTpencil 24 days ago

      Film Gob after playing the joker, it’s about time.

    • Ryan Starks
      Ryan Starks Month ago

      Film Gob Rey’s PARENTage and Leia’s hug explained
      @JJAbramsofficial has previously stated that “Rey’s parents are not in @StarWars Episode VII,” he told the audience. “So I can’t possibly say in this moment who they are. But I will say it is something that Rey thinks about, too.” I do not believe Abrams was lying when he made this comment, rather a clever pay on words, or word rather. That word being ‘parents’, plural. I believe Rey’s parents are not in The Force Awakens, however I do believe that a parent, singular, of Rey did appear. JJ Abrams made this train of thinking more concrete when he later clarified that comment, telling EW, "What I meant was that she doesn't discover them in Episode VII. Not that they may not already be in her world."
      When asked about how she thinks she’ll feel after the answer is revealed regarding Rey’s parentage, Daisy Ridley replied “I thought a lot was answered in The Force Awakens. Then after the screening I went for a drink with my agent and everyone, and we were chatting away and I realized that oh, in their minds it’s not answered at all!”. Now this comment paired with JJ Abrams statements further fuels that the answer to Rey’s parents or parent has been in front of us the whole time. So, keeping with only the characters that have made an appearance with the 7 Episodes thus far, I have concluded that LOR SAN TEKKA is Rey’s father and here is a few reasons why, not mentioning the obvious fact that he is the TFA version of Obi-Wan Kenobi in Episode IV New Hope which would be too easy;

      Beginning with the opening scroll of Episode VII The Force Awakens a portion of it reads “Leia has sent her most daring pilot on a secret mission to Jakku, where an old ally has discovered a clue to Luke’s whereabouts…” From the movie we come to know that this ally is Lor San Tekka. Not much else is mentioned of who this character is prior to his small amount of screen time and even quicker death, which I believe is going to be one of the biggest death thus far in the saga.
      With the help of Wookieepedia is said that Lor San Tekka, a member of the Church of the Force, is a legendary traveler and explorer which was somewhat mentioned in The Force Awakens when he told Poe, “I have traveled too far and seen too much to ignore the despair in the galaxy”. It is also said that he is an ally of Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker and his sister Princess Leia Organa, San Tekka helped Luke Skywalker, the last known Jedi Knight at the time, seek and recover secret Jedi lore that the Empire had attempted to destroy/erase. Hmmm, since the Empire was trying to destroy and not obtain these lores, I wonder would someone affiliated with that faction consider it “junk”. It also mentions that he also came to know Ben Solo, the son of Organa and ‘the smuggler Han Solo’, interesting choice of words there. “Han Solo, the Rebellion General? No! The smuggler” wonder where or whom she learned that from?
      Keeping in mind that Kylo Killed Lor San Tekka within the small village on Jakku, and is now presumably “in a pauper's grave” wink wink, Maz Kanata’s message to Rey helps fuel this theory when she says "Dear child, I see your eyes - you already know the truth. Whomever you are waiting for on Jakku, they're never coming back”. Sounds like she not only saying that death has come for the person(s) but the part of “whomever you are waiting for on Jakku..” can serve as a double entendre for the obvious and the person is located on Jakku.
      Keeping in mind Wookieepedia’s background of Lor San Tekka and his beliefs it is not too farfetched to believe that once he obtained a partial map to the First Jedi temple, not Luke Skywalker, that his inquisitive nature kicked in, maybe he made this journey with a small child which would help clarify why when Kylo reads Rey’s mind in The Force Awakens he sees that she “Imagine an ocean...I see it...I see the island”. Assuming that this island being Ac-To which is pretty much confirmed in The Last Jedi when Rey enters the first Jedi temple and says “I know this place… Only in dreams”. In dreams or in memories of a young child?
      In the deleted scene: Jakku Message- General Organa is informed that the Jakku village is wiped out and that Poe’s X-wings was also destroyed. Knowing that deleted scene and the fact that she sent Poe on this mission it is safe to assuming Poe would inform General Organa of Lor San Tekka’s death once he returns to the RESISTANCE base in his debriefing, which would fully explain the most glaring plot hole of the ENTIRE Skywalker saga and that is why Leia would be hugging Rey, someone she has assumingly never met before, or so we’re led to believe up to this point, and it is because she knows that Rey she has just lost her father and by the hands of her own son none the less GASP. Which will make for an even greater plot twist once she finds out Episode IX, maybe in a force flashback, not only who her father is/was but that Kylo Ren was the one to kill him.
      Now back to the directors, yes directors being plural! In an article with Rolling Stone in regards to Rey’s parentage it was mentioned that ‘However, coming up with the answer to the Rey’s parentage question was tackled with independence from both J.J. Abrams and Last Jedi writer/director @RianCJohnson. In a new profile in Rolling Stone, Abrams says he told Ridley the answer while they were making The Last Jedi, but he didn’t force Johnson to be beholden to his answer:’ Unlike almost everyone else in the world, Ridley has known for years who Rey’s parents are, since Abrams told her on the set of The Force Awakens. Ridley believes that nothing ever changed: “I thought what I was told in the beginning is what it is.” Which is odd, because Johnson insists he had free rein to come up with any answer he wanted to the question. “I wasn’t given any directive as to what that had to be,” he says. “I was never given the information that she is this or she is that.” In the end, Johnson’s answer was the same as Abrams’s, which Rolling Stone rightly points out probably means it’s pretty obvious. Or maybe not. They also state that Abrams “cryptically” hinted that he and Johnson had more coordination than Johnson let on. I think what Johnson was stressing here was that he was not forced to use Abrams’ answer to Rey’s parentage, but the two likely discussed it at some point. Via Rolling Stone
      Daisy Ridley confirms the above by stating ‘Whatever the answer, I just hope that the moment everyone finds out is an enjoyable experience for viewers.’ She continued, ‘And, though I have known the answer for several years now, the series that Rian Johnson created has turned out to be spectacular beyond even my imagination. To be honest, I was very moved. I think it will be a moving moment for everyone else as well.’
      JJ Abrams also gave the following statement “I will say that we knew going into this that this movie had to be a satisfying conclusion, and we’re well aware that [Rey’s parentage is] one of the things that’s sort of been out there. I don’t want to say that what happens in Episode VIII-you know, we’ve honored that. But I will say there’s more to the story than you’ve seen.” If you bring this with the fact that Rian Johnson mentions how he asked JJ to replace BB-8 with R2-D2 to accompany Rey to Ach-To this suggests that the directors have been on the same sheet of music, que John Williams, from the very beginning and with the help of @Disney and @Lucasfilm have deliberately been doing a whole misdirect this entire time because having one director with all these bread crumbs would be too easy to follow.

    • Bert Da Warrior
      Bert Da Warrior 4 months ago

      @Adam Zigmond I honestly don't think the prequels had a good story though. A good premise, but not a good story. They were full of contradictions, they took away a bit of the soul of the original trilogy in the same way the blu ray/special edition edits did, they had bland characters who lacked personality, and the characters who did have personality were either bombastically cartoonish cgi characters, or annoying, or both specifically Jar Jar.

      Starting from Episode 1, barely anything happens in this film. From the beginning the exposition is confusing by documenting a conflict that began over tax dispute between a trade federation and the Republic. Then Jedi land on Naboo, meet up with the worst character in cinema history, and then swim in to secret Gungan City that appears in a shallow lake that is all lit up so that it wont be secret at night. The Boss Gungan tells the Jedi how the Human Naboo people and the Gungans have animosity between each other, but its not clear why, and then get convinced and tells them how to reach the human city on the other side of the world by using a Gungan submarine ship. Then they slowly torpedo to the the other side of the world with the most dangerous thing being a giant cgi fish the almost eats them but then get anti-climatically eaten by another bigger fish.

      Then they meet with the "queen" and Padme. Then Padme tags along.

      Then they go to Tatooine for some reason, to pick up parts I guess, and that's how they meet up with a slave boy Anakin, and they take him in because he has high midichlorians in his blood count(which kind of ruins the spiritual aspect of the force). His plight as a slave boy is sympathetic but done poorly because it is told through exposition and not shown.
      Then I think they go back to Naboo, meet with the "queen" and then the trade federation droids attack. The jedis fight off with Darth Maul, Anakin hijacks a Starfighter to blow up the Droid's remote control space station, and Jar Jar repels the Droid armada with annoying slapstick "I-did-that?" antics while many of his less annoying and more serious gungan bretheren die (un)realistically. Then Padme is revealed as the real queen, and the decked out geisha like Queen was a body double, and the republic has celebration after defeating the trade federation.

      The highlight of the film was the pod race, which was kind of a like a futuristic version of Wacky Races, which is why I liked it. Though it should be noted not everybody found this scene fun. The other saving grace is the brilliant John Williams score. Darth Maul looked cool, but he didn't get to do much, and he was taken out by the end of the film. The "Darth Jar Jar" theory is fun, but is totally not canon sadly and nobody in official positions accepts it as true. Especially not George Lucas who likes Jar Jar very much.

    • Bert Da Warrior
      Bert Da Warrior 5 months ago

      @We The People I don't get what you other fans have about that scene. I see a lot of people contantly show in their videos as if to say "look how bad this scene is!"

      Luke was always a fan of blue milk. He drank it out of glass in A New Hope. Now as a monk-like hermit recluse, living by himself in a remote location, he milks into a bottles, and drinks it from there. It no different than Tibetans, the Dalai Llama and their Yak Butter.

    • Bert Da Warrior
      Bert Da Warrior 5 months ago

      @TMF The theft I remember when other people used to speculate on Rey's origin. Some people said she was the secret daughter of Obi-Wan(Her mannerisms and speech being like Obi-wan's), or that she was the secret daughter of Luke Skywalker(would bring the story full circle, would canonize Mara Jade), or that she was a secret daughter of Han and Leia(a loose adaption canonization of the classic Solo Twins, like I wanted).

      But you know what would be even cooler? If Rey was the spiritual Reincarnation of Obi-Wan Kenobi. It would help explain away the "natural ability" of force sensitivity, and would also explain why neither the force ghosts of Obi-Wan nor Darth Vader were there to help comfort Luke when Ben killed and corrupted his padawans and burned the temple down. Obi-Wan couldn't revisit Luke, because his spirit is reborn as some little girl born to some random junk traders. In that sense, Rey may have come from nowhere, but she is far from a nobody. It also further strengthens the ties between spirituality and the force, and force users becoming even more powerful after death by growing as a spirit cluster after each successive reincarnation.

  • MrMilo2000
    MrMilo2000 6 hours ago

    His idea for Han’s demise would have been incredible and absolutely gut-wrenching. But no...Disney knows best.

  • Hol up Is that jdot

    Yu gotta love that sarcasm. Not everyone gets it..

  • Cameron Pangborn

    This is a guy who thought it would be a good idea to give his character an earing. He doesn't even understand his own character.

  • Ultra flamefinity Steve

    Disney should have given a better name to star wars... they just killed the OG star wars feel

  • Whippersnap Productions

    Fuck disney lol

  • mondwow
    mondwow 4 days ago

    the film is bad, but the editing to make mark hamil say things is even worse

  • Steve Andrews
    Steve Andrews 4 days ago

    Try listening to the whole thing instead of clever edit of what he said, y’all are the problem with Star wars

  • Uncle Vim
    Uncle Vim 4 days ago

    Good to know the OG hates it as much as we do lmfao

  • Glenn Wood
    Glenn Wood 4 days ago +2

    Disney is on their way to destroy Marvel...

  • Jorik
    Jorik 5 days ago

    It feels good to know that the legendary Luke himself hates the new movies

  • Jackson Cason
    Jackson Cason 5 days ago

    I couldn’t tell you any personality trait about the new characters other than Rey is a generic feisty girl and Kylo is an angry bad guy. Finn and Ross are thrown in there for diversity.

  • The JollyJoker
    The JollyJoker 5 days ago

    Like if you aren't going to watch it at the cinemas so they get a bad rating for the movie!

  • The JollyJoker
    The JollyJoker 5 days ago

    As he said(not quoting the litteral words) if you come because it's your childhood you're gonna be dissapointed, disney is fucking up my whole childhood I can litterly cry about how they are fucking up star wars it's making me so angry
    But hey altleast we've always got the original ones the true treasures the best movies ever.
    Someone need to burn disney to the ground....

  • raisable
    raisable 6 days ago


  • Deano Newton
    Deano Newton 6 days ago +1

    Mark is so honest and spot on.

  • dude57
    dude57 6 days ago

    He should have refused. End of story.

  • Dr.FragensteinM.D.
    Dr.FragensteinM.D. 7 days ago

    Mark... I owe you an apology. I'm sorry. I thought for a long time that you downright hated star wars. Now I can see you probably love it more than most. It's hard to admit I was wrong but I am glad that I am 😂

  • Robert Burns
    Robert Burns 9 days ago

    German Empire was right. They should have won WWI. Basically what I, a historian can glean from this. Let me translate that from history lover = society sucks cause we have no morals and we’ve been calling the good guys bad and the bad good.

    STARSEED EVOLUTION 10 days ago

    Luke is old and has changed now it makes sense to me

  • Captain Krunk
    Captain Krunk 11 days ago

    I think the only sequelized Luke Skywalker we've ever seen, that's been more successful, and more relatable, was in Jedi Knight Jedi Academy. RIP Luke. I will always remember you in the early days and in the games I experienced with you and Kyle Katarn :)

  • TributetoNostalgia
    TributetoNostalgia 11 days ago

    Is this edited footage?
    To be more clear, did you splice different answers and dialogue? Because if you did, it was not necessary and actually counterproductive.

    • Film Gob
      Film Gob  11 days ago

      Some are and some aren't, take what you want out of this video.

  • Harrambou
    Harrambou 12 days ago

    0:53 LOL
    2:57 AMEN!

  • FineCastle IRE
    FineCastle IRE 12 days ago

    It September 2019, is the boycott for episode 9 still gonna happen?

  • BloodDemon
    BloodDemon 12 days ago

    Damn, I'm pretty sure he still hates the movie

  • Jesse Brown
    Jesse Brown 12 days ago

    Liberals destroyed another America icon .

  • ayaan khan
    ayaan khan 13 days ago

    Wow, they cut this video just to show nothing but fake shots to twist his words.

  • James
    James 13 days ago

    "No more wars we will end world famine . Hey baby love is all you need"
    🤣 I guess he is referring to th Rose character i really hated her character finally someone sacrificing for good but oh no we need love my heart know it Luke will come to save us in the last moments using his new powers of force projection that had no history.
    I felt these were a typical Disney's Happy Go Lucky movie.

  • James
    James 13 days ago

    Yeah he is right these movies are targetted for 9 year old children. 😌 Just like back then cartoon were enjoyed by grown ups too but now they are all kids show..
    Well except anime but anime is dying too.

  • James
    James 13 days ago +1

    where do they get these special kind of moron journalists?

  • Landon Klein
    Landon Klein 13 days ago

    Ryan needs a light saber in his head

  • Landon Klein
    Landon Klein 13 days ago

    He looks brain dead in most of these

  • Jslayallday92 S
    Jslayallday92 S 13 days ago

    I feel bad for Mark, he knew exactly what the fans and the community needed and wanted for this new trilogy. Fuck Disney, I’ll never buy or take my kids to their shit park.

  • Mister Wuss
    Mister Wuss 13 days ago

    Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford must be able to talk for long periods of time about the bastardisation of these movies and characters.

  • Steve the Blood Raven
    Steve the Blood Raven 14 days ago

    At least mark hamil is based enough to not support this trilogy, now hes probably in a similar position to alec guinness. The only difference, that mark hamil used to love star wars, but the the newer installments are a joke.

  • Batzi
    Batzi 14 days ago +2

    Everytime I look at him he looks so dead inside.
    I see a lot of resemblance between him and I.

  • House of Osborne
    House of Osborne 15 days ago +1

    Mark is a cool dude

  • t749 o
    t749 o 15 days ago +3

    “Who is this guy?” 😂😂😂

    • Eliya
      Eliya 12 days ago

      Ikr xD

  • Boyz
    Boyz 15 days ago

    I can’t believe a character has flaws and isn’t perfect. I hate this movie cause I prefer books no one has read

  • Boyz
    Boyz 15 days ago

    No he doesn’t

  • Joe Hodgkinson
    Joe Hodgkinson 15 days ago

    Its so true! Disney have made the character a complete jerk and not who he was in the OT!

  • Daniel Alberto Ayala De Leon

    Well now Mark’s favorite character is the joker. Thanks Disney you killed this man’s passion for Star Wars

  • justabitofamug
    justabitofamug 16 days ago

    Taking mark Hamil out of context for 5 minutes straight lmao

  • paco ramon
    paco ramon 16 days ago +1

    Poor Mark Hamill, they destroyed his character in just one movie, the original triology was pointless, the empire is still ruling the galaxy.

  • Billy Jolly
    Billy Jolly 17 days ago +1

    I hope Mark finds other projects to do. Star wars or directors disappoint his character badly. U could see it. Good luck to Mark you dont need them.

  • MemesStar
    MemesStar 18 days ago +1

    Disney ruined Star Wars. Who would honestly let Rian Johnson direct another Star Wars movie.

    • SuperJackster01
      SuperJackster01 12 days ago

      Disney didn’t ruin Star Wars. They just distribute the movies. That feminist Kathleen Kennedy did

  • Fredi Foi
    Fredi Foi 18 days ago

    Hes your cool grandpa next to stan lee

  • Professor Smoothiess
    Professor Smoothiess 19 days ago

    U edited some of the answers

  • Sonofa Jah
    Sonofa Jah 19 days ago +8

    There's only 6 StarWars movies, that's it

  • NBA All-Star 2022
    NBA All-Star 2022 19 days ago

    The last Jedi was a good movie.

    • McChicken 2
      McChicken 2 19 days ago +1

      What the fuck ever dude. People will eat up anything with the name Star Wars on it...

    • Film Gob
      Film Gob  19 days ago +4


  • Jaden
    Jaden 19 days ago +6

    I will always be a fan of the original trilogy.

    I don't like these remakes. XD

  • Donny Annessa
    Donny Annessa 19 days ago +4

    Interviewer: Tell the audience about this one in comparison to the other ones.
    Luke: *It's the longest one.*
    What a legend

    • Donny Annessa
      Donny Annessa 18 days ago +1

      박상빈 If someone is talking about a new film and all they can say is it’s the longest that’s never good. Also it was so shit that it seems like it goes on forever

    • 박상빈
      박상빈 18 days ago

      Donny Annessa whats that mean? More explanation plz

  • Vinnie The Poop
    Vinnie The Poop 20 days ago

    He’s just bitching.

  • Matthew Ducker
    Matthew Ducker 20 days ago

    This was edited in a way to make it look like Mark Hamil Hates the movie. You, my friend, have taken his interviews out of context.

  • elagc
    elagc 20 days ago +1

    There was an opportunity in this film to develop the older and wiser character of Luke. It was what we all wanted and the possibilities were vast and wonderful. But it didn't happen. Instead, they just killed off the Star Wars story. What they did to Luke and Hans was an ugly and humiliating ordeal, making them appear to be clueless and pathetic crack heads. Then the new heroic leaders took over and somehow magically acquired all the wisdom and skills it took a Jedi a lifetime to develop. They pasted all this together with the new woke social messaging and before we knew it Star Wars was dead. Now they can call it Woke Wars, where Hans and Luke can be written off as evil misogynists and former slave holders. I'm just waiting for the late Chairman Mao to show up to save the day.

  • Clash with Billy
    Clash with Billy 20 days ago

    The only thing Disney hasn't ruined are marvel movies, oh wait

  • Zachkills4
    Zachkills4 21 day ago +1

    You can hear the resentment in his voice.

  • Ikesters
    Ikesters 21 day ago +3

    Y'all know this is just a joke edit compilation right

  • Ed Dean
    Ed Dean 21 day ago

    Lukes character arc in OT: mr hamill I don’t feel so good
    I don’t wanna go

  • Benny Moonwalker
    Benny Moonwalker 21 day ago +7

    Mark hamil deserves better than this.