Originally posted by lotjxThe last line scares the hell out of me.
The two schools of thought are either:
1. Its Luke talking about how he felt when he went into hiding (not exactly a flashback but its not how he feels now that Rey's arrived.) He changes his mind when he decides to train her.
2. It is time for the jedi to end. They meant well but they were wrong to eschew emotion and passion as much as they did. Luke says its time for the Jedi to end because he wants to build something better. He is the last Jedi, and Rey is the first post-Jedi.
Pretty cool comparison between various clips from teaser trailers for "The Force Awakens" and the teaser for "The Last Jedi"
"You are going to get a certain amount of snarkiness on the Internet no matter what, and my rule is that you don't post anything that you wouldn't say to someone's face." Marc Andreyko (Writer of DC Comic's "Manhunter")
I didn't see ASM2, but that may have been the best cinematic representation of Spider-Man yet, and I kinda feel bad for Sam Raimi wasting like five years of everyone's lives now. Those Spider-Man movies were good at the time (well, except for 3)