Darth Vader seems to really have his shit together.
You don’t tolerate nonsense or drama in your life. You are resilient toward other’s opinions of you, and you pride yourself on being fiercely determined.
My first memory of childhood was of a gold-plated, metallic, humanoid figure walking through barren sand dunes with the seemingly endless skeleton of an unknown, but gigantic, creature in the background.
After Leia gives Luke his medal at the Rebel’s Nuremberg rally, he has nothing left to contribute other than his vain and selfish quest to become a Jedi. How can that be you ask?
Loving Star Wars isn’t a “nerdy” thing anymore, or as much as it used to be, anyway (nerds are probably arguing that it was NEVER nerdy to begin with, okay?)
This marks a New Hope for humanity on the internet.
Walt Disney said it himself: “Disney will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.”
DO NOT WATCH SAVING PRIVATE RYAN STONED!
“Even, I can’t.” — Millennial Yoda
Star Wars is light entertainment, but it is not merely that; it has endured. In order for a work of popular art to last so long, it needs both levity and gravity.