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Mara

Yeah I saw that!  Too bad it's only available through the digital or the blu-ray versions.

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Andy

Ah, yeah I guess it'd be awkward to fit into a DVD version unless they did an extra disc.

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Mara

Yeah. And apparently you have to install an (free) app to access it, too.

From Rian's twitter:

The one hoop you have to jump through to get it: get the Movies Anywhere app and link whatever account you bought the movie with to it. It’s free, it works pretty painlessly. Kinda a pain I know, but I think it’s worth it to get this version.

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Mara

So according to Laura Dern, and the big-shots at Lucasfilm, and the backstory they had discussed (but wasn't in the film) ... Holdo is (was) Force-sensitive.

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Andy

Interesting, I wonder if they'll explore that in the novels? I have yet to read any of the new ones.

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Andy

I just really fancied rewatching The Last Jedi, and have realised to my horror that I don't have it yet.

Awkward. 😕

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Mara

Whoops.

I want to rewatch it too,  but I'm saving it for May 4th (so far).

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Andy

Going to have a marathon? 😛

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Mara

Probably not... might just watch one or two. :p

Want to watch Solo again as well.

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