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Throwback Friday: My Top 5 Yoda Quotes

Yoda is one of the most beloved Star Wars characters for obvious reasons; he’s awesome. He’s, in my opinion, the wisest character in the franchise and this can be said as much from his memorable sayings. His quotes are so inspiring that sometimes they can help me through the day. So, on that note, here are my five favorite quotes from the wizened Jedi master himself. Enjoy!

5. “We are what they grow beyond. That is the burden of all masters.”

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The Last Jedi delivered a delightful Yoda cameo that reunited the deceased master with his former apprentice, Luke Skywalker. It was a fascinating moment the two characters shared after a three-decade hiatus and this quote pushed the idea that yes, the old ways of the Jedi were passing on, but that another generation of Jedi was rising.

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Throwback Friday: The Newest Trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Proves In a Subtle Way That There Will Be Time Travel

Today I watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier and a certain scene reminded me of a post I wrote a couple of months ago. It was the scene when Steve Rogers goes to visit Peggy (this scene made me super emotional by the way.) As I watched it, trying to hold back tears, I decided then and there to revisit that certain post I wrote in March for this Throwback Friday post. Enjoy!

Since the trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped I have watched the trailer at least ten times. And with each viewing, my analysis of it has changed. While most trailers hide secrets in the background of important shots it seems that this trailer is hiding Easter eggs in plain sight.

Such as the mention of time travel. Now you’re probably saying to yourself, “Time travel? Who said anything about time travel in the trailer?”

Well, no one actually uttered the words time travel in the trailer but it is heavily implied through Peggy’s monologue through the first half of the trailer.

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The Newest Trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Proves In a Subtle Way That There Will Be Time Travel

Since the trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped I have watched the trailer at least ten times. And with each viewing my analysis of it has changed with every viewing. While most trailers hide secrets in the background of important shots it seems that this trailer is hiding Easter eggs in plain sight.

Such as the mention of time travel. Now you’re probably saying to yourself, “Time travel? Who said anything about time travel in the trailer?”

Well, no one actually uttered the words time travel in the trailer but it is heavily implied through Peggy’s monologue through the first half of the trailer.

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As you probably know it is the same words Peggy says to Captain America in The Winter Soldier when he went to see her: “The world is changed, and none of us can go back. All we can do is our best. And sometimes the best that we can do is to start over.”

There. Did you see it? That right there was the mention of time travel. If you still missed it let me pinpoint the exact moment that is practically pointing a gigantic red arrow at the fact that there will be time travel to some capacity in Endgame.

It’s when Peggy says, “And sometimes the best that we can do is to start over.”

Why, of all quotes in the MCU so far, would they put that quote in this trailer? For one reason. To show anyone who has an open eye (or ear in this case) that The Avengers will have to travel back in time to save the world or the galaxy in this case.

When I realized this Easter egg this morning I had to share it with you all because it was such an exciting discovery. Tomorrow I will write two more posts about the Endgame trailer that you definitely won’t want to miss.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day.

My Top 5 Yoda Quotes

Yoda is one of the most beloved Star Wars characters for obvious reasons; he’s awesome. He’s, in my opinion, the wisest character in the franchise and this can be said as much from his memorable sayings. So, on that note, here are my five favorite quotes from the wizened Jedi master. Enjoy!

5. “We are what they grow beyond. That is the burden of all masters.”

yodaandluke.jpg

The Last Jedi delivered a delightful Yoda cameo that reunited the deceased master with his former apprentice, Luke Skywalker. It was a fascinating moment the two characters shared after a three-decade hiatus and this quote pushed the idea that yes, the old ways of the Jedi were passing on, but that another generation of Jedi was rising.

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Han’s Ten Greatest Quotes

Han Solo is one of the greatest and most memorable characters in Star Wars because, well, he’s awesome. He’s an awesome pilot, an admirable hero, a dashing fellow, but most importantly, he’s funny too. He has provided me so many laughs and giggles throughout his involvement in the franchise but he’s also incorporated some of the franchise’s most heartwarming moments as well. And now, with his standalone movie on the horizon, I’m going to share with you my ten favorite quotes from everyone’s favorite scoundrel. Enjoy!

1. “There’s no mystical field controlling my destiny. It’s just a bunch of simple tricks and nonsense.” (A New Hope)

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At this time in his life Han Solo didn’t believe in the Force. You can tell from how he speaks of it that he’s kind of seen traces of the Force and heard of it but he doesn’t think it’s real. It’s a small but very important detail to his character that eventually changes as the movies progress and that’s why it’s one of my favorite quotes.

2. “May the Force be with you.” (A New Hope)

Han had helped rescue the princess, had gotten paid handsomely for the deed, and was getting ready to jump to the other side of the galaxy which infuriated his young friend, Luke Skywalker, who had believed Han was a better man than that but was proved wrong, much to his disappointment. At this part you can see the embarrassment on Han’s face as he tries to explain to Luke why he’s leaving at such a pivotal moment rather than fighting with the rebellion.

It’s one of my favorite moments from Han as he calls Luke and with a genuine smile says to him, “May the Force be with you.” Here’s this man who supposedly doesn’t believe in the Force and yet he’s willing to say goodbye to him in that sort of way because that’s how much the young kid, Luke, had made an impact on him. It’s a touching moment from his character to Luke and honestly one of my favorites from him.

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