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(Please see previous post for context.)There is another meaning when Yoda responds to Luke’s question.

LUKE: But how am I to know the good side from the bad? 80 more words

Star Wars

Darth Vader Collector Glass (1980 Burger King)

If I didn’t know better, I’d call this Darth Vader glass the Boba Fett glass. The infamous bounty hunter seems to loom as large as the dark lord himself in the foreground of this Burger King collector glass. 132 more words

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Multi Part Review Of The Making Of Star Wars Coming Soon

Making Of The Empire Strikes Back Review by J.W. Rinzler

Ask most Star Wars fans what the best episode is and when they’ve stopped teasing you with answers of Attack Of The Clones, they will state Empire. 117 more words

Theory on writing in The Empire Strikes Back

Something I noticed in the Empire Strikes Back. When Luke is training and asks how he would know the good side of the Force from the bad Yoda responds saying, “You will know.” Yoda being an archetype of an extremely high spiritual being would be functioning on multiple realities all at the same time, the physical plane of existence being just one. 395 more words

Star Wars

How to Properly Disciple People? [ Geek Devotion from Empire Strikes Back ]

For week 2 of our Summer Serial event, Dallas and Celeste take a look at Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (Episode 5) specifically they look that epic scene where Yoda finally shows Luke what The Force can really do. 380 more words

Geek Devotions

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

SCORE: 5/5

Director: Irvin Kershner

Released:  May 21, 1980 (US theatrical release)

Date watched: many times over many years

First, let’s get this out of the way: The Empire Strikes Back is still the best Star Wars movie. 213 more words

Film Reviews

Infinity War: Way more right than wrong [SPOILERS]

I realise I don’t need to defend Infinity War. I’m sure it’s going to be fine without or without my support, but I just felt compelled to speak up and say as a comics nerd who spent way too much of his adolescence imaging how his favourite characters and stories would look on the big screen (thanks Mum and Dad for sending me to an all boys school). 885 more words