“Back to the Future” and “The Goonies” take place on the same day

We’re back with a new one, and this time we’re bringing you a little something about two movies from 1985 that are so loved by my generation. If you were a kid in the 80s, you probably love Back to the Future and The Goonies. But what you probably didn’t know is that they share something in common: they take place on the same day. Both of these films were released in the summer of 1985, and have the same producers, but despite these films being 35 years old, nobody has every pointed this out! As a kid, I watched these movies more times than I can count, but I never noticed this until now.

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Why Palpatine’s return was inevitable and predictable, and a horrific theory of how he did it.

When this theory first occurred to me, it sent chills down my spine. That’s right Star Wars fans. I’m about to drop a major theory that, if true, would be mega spoiler that would send ripples throughout the entire saga. These ripples have huge implications for movies and TV that we’ve seen, as well as what’s yet to come. It’s about to get ripply, believe it or not. Beware of spoilers. Proceed with caution, and strap yourself in if you do.

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That Last Dangling Thread From the Prequels That Could Tie the Saga Together

Some people have seen the film at early showings, but I’m still in the group that hasn’t seen it, which gives me a little more time to speculate about Rise of Skywalker. As we approach the release of Rise of Skywalker, I have one last thing on my mind. Its a plot point that was kind of left open in the prequels. It is just my humble opinion, but this one little piece could explain everything that people complained about the sequel trilogy, and serve to explain why it exists in the first place. Spoilers and speculation below. Let’s get to it!

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Why Palpatine makes sense for The Rise of Skywalker

Greetings, Star Wars fans! We’re back to bring you another article, this time in the big bad himself, Sheev Palpatine a.k.a. Darth Plagueis. While most fans are stoked about Palpatine’s return, many are also scratching their heads as to why he is only back in Episode IX. However, Palpatine’s return just might be right there in front of us. Spoilers and speculation below.

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The Falcon, The Maw, and The Rise of Skywalker

With the release of The Rise of Skywalker trailer, it’s been quite an exciting time for the Star Wars community. Now that Palpatine is almost assuredly back, things are looking more and more like Lucasfilm has not only had an overall plan from the start, but has been dropping detectable clues along the way through other media. One thread in particular casts the Millennium Falcon as the key to facing the dark side foe of the new film. Potential spoilers and speculation below.

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Weekly Star Wars Recap #175: May 30th, 2019

Greetings, Star Wars fans! It’s been a while. Well, I’m back and here to bring you the Star Wars news yet again. For those of you checking the site, thanks for your support and hopefully we can get these recaps back on track from here out. We’ll also have a new theory article tomorrow morning, so stay tuned for that!

A lot of news has come and gone in the past couple of months. I guess we’ll just let some things slip by and focus on the big stuff. Let’s get to it.

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Three Meanings of “The Rise of Skywalker”

Hello, Star Wars fans! We’re still reeling from the excitement of Celebration. The biggest event for me was the Episode IX panel. There has been quite a lot of discussion online about the meaning of the title for the new film. However, if past films are any indication, the name probably has multiple meanings that could be revealed throughout the film. Let’s discuss three intriguing possibilities.

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Rise of Skywalker teaser trailer

Greetings, Star Wars fans! It’s that time again. That rare occasion when we get a brand new trailer for a brand new movie to come. Almost everything we know about this film is contained within this trailer, along with the other leaks, rumors and speculation that we’ve been covering. Let’s take a moment to digest this trailer, and contemplate what it all means.

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The Past and Future of Vader’s Mask

It goes without saying that the Sequel Trilogy leaves a huge, mysterious time gap of 30 years between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens.  What it contains, we barely know, save for a few spotty retellings of Kylo Ren’s fall in The Last JediThe Force Awakens only hints at what came before, and the film contains a number of moments that can be read as foreshadowing or seeds planted for payoffs later. One of the biggest mysteries planted right into The Force Awakens that i don’t think has been taken seriously enough is Darth Vader’s mask.

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Do The Nightsisters Offer Sequel Trilogy Clues?

The Clone Wars is George Lucas’s Silmarillion.  While it may be a cartoon, it was also the perfect medium for Lucas to expand a mythological background narrative that the Sequel Trilogy could be built on. One of the more under-appreciated elements of Lucas’s expanded world is the group of force users known as the Nightsisters.   In this article we will take a fresh look at who they are, and what implications the mythology surrounding them has for the Sequel Trilogy.

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Weekly Star Wars Recap #172: Jan 24th, 2019

Hello there, Star Wars fans! Wow, it’s been a while. Well, life gets busy at times, and I managed to get myself a pretty major cold. Mired by a fog and malaise for a week, I’ve managed to break through. Despite all that time, the government is still shut-down, and we don’t have a trailer or a title for Episode IX. Regardless, I’m back to bring you the latest in Star Wars news! Let’s get to it.

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Is Rey the Chosen One?

Rey’s origins have been a persistent mystery for Star Wars fans. What is her lineage? Why is she so strong in the Force? It turns out the answer may have been staring us in the face. Is Rey the true Chosen One that is foretold to bring balance to the Force? Read on for more. Speculation and potential spoilers below.

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Anakin Skywalker: False Chosen One?

There’s been a lot going on in the comic book world of Star Wars over the past month, and with the release of the final comic in “Fortress Vader” we’ve seen another major crack in the veneer of Darth Vader, and learned more about who exactly Anakin Skywalker was. The latest issue affirms what many had thought about how we should interpret Star Wars canon.  Is Anakin Skywalker really the Chosen One, and what implications does this have for the conclusion of the Skywalker saga? Read on for more, spoilers and speculation below.

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Resurrecting the Force-ghost Concept in Episode IX

Episode IX is less than a year away, and we’ve been speculating for a while already. Fans didn’t get the trailer they were hoping for this holiday season (yet), but there just might have been some intriguing clues. One in particular pertains to the role of Luke Skywalker in the movie, and it provides a few opportunities for something new and unique for a Star Wars film. Spoilers and speculation below.

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The Skywalker Saber in Episode IX

Rey’s lightsaber, also known as the Skywalker saber, is pretty important for the saga. Come to think of it, is any artifact more central to the Episodic Star Wars films? While the saber has made it’s way from Anakin to Luke and ultimately to Rey, what does the future hold? And for that matter, what does it’s past hold? Let’s discuss. Spoilers and speculation below.

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How Lucasfilm Has Changed Palpatine and Vader’s Motives, and What It Means for the Sequel Trilogy

Ever since Return of the Jedi, we’ve know about the dynamic between Vader and Palpatine. Palpatine’s objective is to rule the galaxy totally and completely, and at his side is Vader: attack dog and servant—trapped both in a mechanical prison and his role at the Emperor’s enforcer. However, new canon material reveals there is much more to it than that, and this has radical implications on the rest of the saga.

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Palpatine in Episode IX?

Palpatine is an iconic villain of the Star Wars saga, and Ian McDiarmid is arguably one of the best actors to ever be in Star Wars. But will we see him again? More importantly, what are the chances of some mention or scene involving Palpatine in Episode IX? Let’s discuss.

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What do we expect from The Mandalorian

Lucasfilm dropped the name and the first image from Jon Favreau’s live action The Mandalorian and just about everyone is excited. I have to say credit goes to MakingStarWars, if he wasn’t dropping the information all week I doubt we would have gotten an official news drop on a Thursday evening of all days… So let’s look at we expect will and won’t be happening in the new live action series.

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New Lucasfilm CGI Tech and Episode IX

Lucasfilm has always been at the forefront of movie technology. Without their innovations, so many other movies wouldn’t be possible. Each of the Star Wars movies has arguably ushered in a new form of technology and used it to advance the story. This raises the natural question, how will Episode IX use new technology? Let’s discuss.

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Weekly Star Wars Recap #160: Oct 2nd, 2018

Greetings, Star Wars fans! We’re back with another edition of the Spoiled Blue Milk recap. We’re doing double-time this week to make up for last week’s hiatus. Let’s get to it without delay!

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Weekly Star Wars Recap #156: Aug 27th, 2018

Welcome, Star Wars fans! We’re back with another edition of the weekly recap. Times have been a little slow for our theory articles, we’re waiting for another major revelation to start theorizing with. Until then, we’ve been digging up some old ideas and revisiting them, and hopefully we’ll have something soon. For today, let’s review some of the latest info.

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The Latest Theory of Rey’s Parents

Rey’s parents were dismissed as “filthy junk traders” in The Last Jedi, reinforcing the idea that the Force is not connected to family lineage. Not everybody needs to be the offspring of an established character. This point about Jedi potential coming from anywhere is well and good, but from certain points of view it leaves a lot of questions about some events of The Force Awakens.  A new theory has surfaced from Film Threat, which takes a different and exciting approach to Rey’s parentage. Let’s break it down.

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