Disney Doesn't Understand Lightsabers

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  • Published on:  Monday, December 24, 2018
  • Star Wars gave us the Lightsaber. Disney threw it away. Why doesn’t Disney understand Star Wars and especially the lightsaber? We all wanted one as a kid, now, not so much. I’ll also show you which movie Rian Johnson copied for the Throne Room scene. It will surprise you. What has Kathleen Kennedy done to Star Wars?Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamrobotheadPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/robotheadThanks to Drunk 3PO for his “Rey” lightsaber photo (check out his YouTube channel)
  • Source: https://youtu.be/c85KaDSMIRM


  • soopnotse

     3 months ago

    No. Disney isn’t ruining lightsabers......Disney is ruining Star Wars altogether.

  • Shadow snake

     2 days ago

    @Wesley Mcspadden except we all knew it was going to miss something no matter what the second a certain someone died. Now the real tragedy is that they haven't made a emperors new groove remake, because that could work if the only thing they changed was the forth wall brakes, which could be done dp style, which they have shown that they can do. Also no cgi, just two guys in a lama costume, or a really badly drawn png of a red Lama, and they immediately poke fun at said png.

  • Wesley Mcspadden

     2 days ago

    @Shadow snake And then Disney made a Crappy remake to Aladdin

  • Solrod

     1 months ago

    "Rey's lightsaber" instead of "Anakin's lightsaber" is heresy of the highest order!

  • Marion Dorsey

     23 minutes ago

    @Clark Esteban Millions & billions you say?! Ummm... Yeah, THAT sounds like a box office dud to me_ Haha!😂😂😂 I'm indeed a shill and YOU sir are an Einstein!😉👌

  • Marion Dorsey

     31 minutes ago

    @Clark Esteban TF are you talking about?!?

  • Whitpusmc

     1 months ago

    Disney also doesn’t understand that Jedi required a lifetime of training and discipline. They don’t just “happen.”

  • Nick Hilbert

     11 hours ago

    All missing the point made in the last film, Luke says you don’t need training you just need to be strong in the force and able to tune in

  • Charlie0l9

     11 hours ago

    VCR Time Machine ‘anything outside the movies is not canon to me’As to be expected of a rabid sequel fan. Fine, let’s not bring in out of movie material. Let’s use the official timeline.There is a one year gap between Revenge of Empire and Return of Jedi. One year for Luke to train and get used to his metal arm, and return occasionally for more training.Whereas Last Jedi is literally seconds after The Force Awakens, which ended with Rey meeting Luke, and the next movie has him immediately throw th...

  • The Rockstar Gamer

     1 months ago

    People: The prequels were the worst Star Wars movies everThe sequels: Hold my blue tiddie milk from TLJ

  • Markus Sarén

     19 hours ago

    That Dude Called Max — Maybe no one _in this comment section_ , you mean.

  • That Dude Called Max

     19 hours ago

    Markus Sarén nahhhhh, no one will share your opinion saying that the sequels were better than the prequels

  • creme shaver

     26 days ago

    Darth maul vs obi wan was in my opinion, by skill level, the most epic fight ever

  • lll


    How things change. 16 years ago, everyone thought it was shit and made fun of the double sabre thing.

  • bob smith

     2 days ago

    The lightsaber fights in the OT were the actually the most realistic looking ones. In a real sword fight you don't do a bunch of showy flips and spins like a gymnast, that would just give your opponent a perfect chance to strike. Anybody who has studied any kind of a real martial art can see how fake looking the fights in the PT and ST are.

  • General Grievous

     6 months ago

    Disney lightsabers are not a fine addition to my collection

  • Hyper mecha Phoenix dragon 1954


    Hello there

  • marvelous_saint

     3 days ago

    vader's scene in rogue one is the best thing disney has produced

  • Anton Cherniavskyi


    True, I loved that movie and that scene in particular.

  • TheShampooDude


    Rogue One in general was my favorite Star Wars movie besides the original trilogy. Wish people would actually put effort into their movies like Gareth Edwards and not Disney/Rian

  • MathIsNotGood

     1 months ago

    What we learned from the first 3 movies: if you touch a lightsaber you either die or lose a limbDisney: It'S My GlOwInG mOnEy BaT

  • Aegis 13

     2 days ago

    They fucked up the lightsabers, but it did kind of make sense that Finn could use a lightsaber due to his melee weapons training while in the First Order, but he still shouldn't of been that proficient. I know from using historical weapons that you cannot just pick up a random weapon that you have no experience with so Finn should of just died.

  • RivalSurvival

     5 days ago

    if you look at it count dooku meant to do what he did, he was trying to show his power and just wanted to disarm them both and get away. if he wanted to kill them he would have in that scene.

  • Bastion Unit B73

     13 days ago

    In order to understand how horrible the scene where luke discards the lightsaber you have to go back a long long time.All the way back to the end of episode 2. Durring the clone wars tv show Anakin uses his saber through the entirety of the clone wars alongside obi wan and ashoka tano to fight all sorts of opponents from experimental droids to horrifying alien monsters as well as the brutal general grevious. Move on to episode 3 where the saber is used by Anakin to dismember master windu, kill young...

  • Injo

     4 days ago

    Haha, he threw away the lightsaber, how random is that? So funny! If there's anything we learned from the prequels, it's that trying to be wacky to score comedy points works super well in Star Wars movies!

  • Steakslave

     6 days ago

    Please keep your head intact, lol. I could be wrong, but he was somehow able to craft a story that was bad enough to undermine the lore of the franchise, but not so bad that the higher ups wouldn't green light it. I mean, it could've actually been worse I guess. The fact that he wrote it before he even saw The Force Awakens should tell us something. What I don't get is that RJ is my age; he grew up with the phenomenon that SW was in the late 70s/early 80's. Every kid wanted to be Luke Skywalker back th...

  • mase smit

     5 days ago

    I presume Luke said "Lazer sword" because he was being sarcastic.

  • SuperGorak

     4 hours ago

    yup, also i think the scene with luke throwing the lightsaber is misunderstood. i mean, other scenes clearly show that he is a snarky character. that throwing move is just in line with his character, showing aggressiv ridicule for the jedi artifact. the thing is, his snarky personality wasn't really set up.....like at all at the beginning of the movie, so how should we really know that luke is just being a cynical assface instead of the move being there for cheap laughs. which doesn't really excuse the...

  • MrScandalousTv

     2 days ago

    He said "Lazer sword" because Ryan Johnson told him too.