Posted September 19, 2018 08:01:22In Star Wars, the Jedi are the bad guys, and the Sith are the good guys.

And yet, the new trailer for Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi shows the galaxy-spanning galaxy of the original trilogy at its very best.

While the trailer also shows the Jedi at their best, and they are still evil, they’re a far cry from the evil Jedi who took over the Empire.

The trailer opens in a galaxy far, far away, but the first scene shows the planet of Alderaan, the first of many planets in the new film.

The first shot of the trailer is a shot of a young man dressed in a Jedi robe, and as he looks at the stars, he says “The Force is strong with us,” which is followed by a shot showing a young woman in a robe standing at the base of a Jedi tower.

There are more shots of the Jedi in the first couple of minutes of the teaser, but then they disappear again.

This is the first time we see the Jedi, but we’ll get to that later.

The young woman is the same woman who was a main character in the prequels, Leia Organa, and was also the name of the main character of The Force Unleashed.

A great moment here is that she is not only a Jedi, she’s also the first person who can speak in a language that was never heard before in Star Wars.

The character who is standing at that base of the tower says “I am the Chosen One,” which means “I’m the chosen one of the Force.”

It is clear that this is the Jedi.

But why is he the chosen?

Why is he standing at this base?

It is obvious that he is there to lead them to victory, which we will get to in a moment.

The next shot is the final scene of the first trailer, and it is just as we see that it’s the beginning of the end, but this time it’s on another planet, this time the planet where Anakin Skywalker was born.

The planet is lush and green, and a great scene is when Anakin is running around, running, jumping around, and fighting.

He’s not just running, he’s flying, he is fighting.

And we see him fighting again in the second shot of this scene.

The scene ends with the Jedi taking a long, slow, but steady, walk to the planet.

This scene has many great moments, but perhaps the most important scene is the last scene of The Last Chapter.

The last shot of The Star Wars universe has the last Jedi, and we can finally see him, in the last shot, on the planet, on his planet.

And in this scene, he tells the planet’s inhabitants that he was there to be their protector, to protect them.

And then he says, “I was sent to save you, Anakin.

I was sent here to save the galaxy.”

And we hear from the planet that the last person on the world who was left behind was Anakin, and Anakin says, I am Anakin the Chosen.

And he tells them that they’re his new home, that they are part of the Chosen, that he’s the chosen of the Sith.

The entire trailer is an incredibly emotional scene.

And it’s also important to note that this scene is not just about Anakin being the Chosen of the Emperor.

It’s also about the Jedi being the chosen.

The Last Battle is the climax of the story of The Clone Wars.

It is also the beginning, or at least the middle, of the last chapter of The Jedi Order.

This fight is the end of the Star Wars Saga, and that is something that has been emphasized in the trailer.

It does not have to be this way.

We have seen many movies, television shows, and even games where the heroes are heroes, and then they die.

But The Last Episode is a different story.

This time, the heroes have been sent to fight a war on another world, the war that was fought in the very first teaser.

And this war is not on another galaxy, but on another universe, a war that is far, too far away from the rest of the galaxy to be fought on the ground.

And so we see in the Last Episode a great big planet, a planet of peace and order.

And that is what the Last Battle was meant to be.

The war that would bring peace and harmony to the galaxy, a peace that was always promised.

We know this because the last line of the Last Chapter trailer is this: “It was meant for a place where there was no war.”

It’s a wonderful line, because it says that, in a very powerful way, that this war was never meant to happen.

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