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twilightofthe · 2 months ago
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cannot emphasize enough just how much i ADORE that the obi wan-leia dynamic consists of only about ten minutes passing before obi wan is speaking to her in his “anakin for the love of fucking god PLEASE” voice and only about ten minutes more before leia gives him a goddamn heart attack
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coffebits · 2 months ago
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You drive, I shoot! 😌✊
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tesb · a month ago
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OBI-WAN KENOBI: Part VI (2022)
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barissoffee · a month ago
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STAR WARS: REVENGE OF THE SITH (2005) OBI WAN KENOBI (2022) STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE (1977)
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justaminion · a month ago
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If you weren't crying already, apparently Hayden said in the Q&A that the "I am not your failure" line was the little bit of Anakin left in Vader trying to absolve Obi-Wan of guilt.
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jediapplegist · 2 months ago
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Obi Wan just running when he sees Vader, and Vader not being able to run after him is so funny
It also makes sense-Vader's physical capabilities have diminished to the point where he can't even run, he just has to walk. He's not fast, he's a tank. He fights like one, too, he hammers at Obi Wan with his lightsaber instead of doing any cool prequel-level acrobatics or moves, it's one handed. He uses the Force to knock things over and drag people around, he uses the Force to overpower Obi Wan
He's basically a husk of a man being kept alive by his suit and the dark side of the Force, the show displayed that perfectly
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jessescoldbrew · a month ago
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The idea that Vader knew Reva was a youngling from the temple and knowingly played along until he could get her with that “Youngling” jab?
That kind of unrivaled pettiness?
Yeah no, that’s definitely Anakin Skywalker under there.
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improvisingmywholelife · 2 months ago
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Two days ago this was just Luke playing with his toy airplane that it was probably given to him by his uncle or aunt. Two days ago I would see this scene and I would have thought “That’s a nice cute scene. Luke likes airplanes like Anakin did”.
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But from now on I will know that this was a gift from Obi-Wan and it just has a whole new meaning. Now I will watch this scene knowing that Obi-Wan worked really hard, probably for weeks to be able to afford this. Obi-Wan would watch Luke play with this and he would be reminded how much Luke is Anakin’s son. Then he will be reminded of all the times he flew with Anakin and what a great pilot he was.
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Yeah thank you Disney. Because all I wanted was one more Star Wars scene to make me cry like I didn’t have 1582 already 🙄😒
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panisperna · 2 months ago
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tfw someone mentions your hyperfixation <3
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comfysblog · a month ago
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Poor uncle Ben
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husborth · 2 months ago
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me: the idea is that this guy, perpetually, inflicts the pain he’s in outwards, recreates his own hells all the time. i think people are wrong when they assume that anakin changes. i don’t think anakin skywalker ever functionally changes; he’s in his forties and saying “i must obey my master” and he’s in his twenties and falling to his knees in front of palpatine and he’s a nine year old slave all at the same time, all expressions of the same scarred, wicked internal landscape. he lived this horrible experience when he was a child, so he’s always recreating his world in such a fashion that it looks the same way, so incapable of coping with the damage of his childhood enslavement that he never really leaves it. in the family at war novel, anakin thinks, “the jedi order had been his life. the jedi had freed him from slavery and offered him a home. despite all the reasons he had to follow ahsoka, abandoning the jedi felt like a terrible mistake. he owed them too much." but he doesn’t owe the jedi his eternal service - there is no good that you can do for someone that will earn your life’s service, but anakin is recreating this paradigm he was raised in, where he owes a greater power - an owner - not only his labor but his life, to repay the cost of his keeping. this is not a dynamic the jedi have forced on him; this is one anakin creates, because he is hitting the instant replay on everything he’s ever suffered. he is a nine year old slave and he is lying when he says he’s a person because he’s going to kneel to palpatine and he’s going to bring his son to palpatine because he must obey his master. he is a person, and he is lying.
me: vader as a character brings his past to the present, recreates the things that shattered him over and over because he can’t leave them behind - doesn’t know how, isn’t willing to, couldn’t begin to start. he strangles people with the force because the first time he did it, he was nineteen and had to make a choice between saving republic clone troopers and saving republic loyalists on jabiim, and either choice meant damning thousands of people to die, after every other jedi - including obi-wan - had been killed or thought dead in combat. when the leader of the loyalists attacked anakin for choosing to save the troopers, anakin strangled him, and stumbled backwards, and said “i’m sorry” but it was too late, he had already chosen to kill them all. he strangles people with the force because the worst thing he ever did in his own mind was strangle padme on mustafar, because he himself is attached to a breathing machine he has little control over, that he is forever bound to - but he’s always living in these places, these moments, so unable to get up and move on that he recreates his own twisted scars. it’s an obsessive act of re-opening the wound, bleeding perpetually. it’s stereotypical - it’s perpetual - it’s a caged parrot tearing out its feathers, seeking any kind of stimulation, anything to feel any kind of control. me: this is why he drags obi-wan through the fire; not merely as revenge, though revenge is such a large part of it, but because he’s insatiably recreating what he’s lived. he cuts his son’s hand off because he lost all of his to his own father figure, he burns obi-wan because he himself is haunted by burning alive on mustafar and has to inflict it outwards - without any ability to soothe these festering psychological wounds on his own, he inflicts them outwards over and over, desperately reaching for any kind of catharsis, any kind of power over his own agonized life, striking outwards like a beaten dog that’s suddenly remembered it has teeth. he is the bottom, rotting dregs of human existence, that hideous thing that happens to people when they experience violence on violation on violence, so that the only way they know to understand their experiences is to strike outwards, to replay it, to analyze it from the angle of the aggressor this time so that maybe the power of violence will soothe their souls. darth vader is truly frankenstein’s monster; he has love in him the likes of which you can scarcely imagine, and rage the likes of which you would not believe. if he cannot satisfy the one...... he will satisfy the other. person beside me in the harris teeter checkout line: are you good
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thememerman · 2 months ago
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Yk what kills me about this. Obi-Wan really had every right to be just as angry at the clones as Kanan did. Yes he was older and he didn’t witness his master being murdered in front of him BY THE CLONES ANYWAY, but he lost literally every single one of his friends on the Council (aside from Yoda) to Order 66 and Palpatine. Order 66 almost killed him too. He heard Cody asking for confirmation of his death almost immediately after getting shot down. He had to kill members of the 501st just to survive Coruscant and change the signal being broadcasted out of the temple. And then he sees a clone for the first time in 10 years. The face that he first fought in the rain all those years ago on Kamino. The face of his Commander. The face of Anakin’s Captain. The face of every single clone that he’d fought side by side with for an entire war, the faces that he knew killed the closest people he had to a family. And what does Obi-Wan do? He does not ignore him, he does not show any signs of bitterness nor resentment. He gives him money. Maybe in doing so he silently thanks every single clone that ever died for him, maybe he sees a bit of himself in an old beaten down veteran who was once the face of goodness and hope and everything the Old Republic stood for, scavenging in the streets and just trying to survive. Perhaps for Obi-Wan, it’s getting to say goodbye to the friends he maybe never really knew why he lost. Or maybe it really was just Obi-Wan, for the billionth time, being so selfless and kind when almost nobody in his shoes could have done the same.
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tesb · 2 months ago
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Bail Organa being Leia's father across Star Wars media in: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005) Bloodline (2016) Leia, Princess of Alderaan (2017) Obi-Wan Kenobi (2022)
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barissoffee · 2 months ago
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OBI-WAN KENOBI: PART III (2022)
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boxalienist · 27 days ago
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“I’m sorry.
I’m sorry, Anakin.
For all of it.”
“I am not your failure, Obi-Wan.
You didn’t kill Anakin Skywalker.
I did.”
Art Reference: Angel - Piotr Stachiewicz
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journen · 2 months ago
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My friend asked me to draw this scene. Wasn’t it such a creepy hallucination!!
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groove-on-boogie-down · a month ago
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Vader stepping on Obi-Wan’s cloak after he dies in ANH is so much more hilarious now in retrospect because he literally had to check to be sure he was actually gone. Because every time he thought he killed Obi-Wan, even burying him under a bunch of rocks, he still came back.
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