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"The Last Jedi" Director Just Clapped Back At His Critics So Hard, They're All Force Ghosts Now

Rian Johnson has had enough of your complaints.

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By now, hopefully you've seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Because I'm not even gonna bother with a spoiler alert.

Director Rian Johnson has been under a lot of criticism for elements of the movie, not least of which being Luke's Force projection at the end.

Just saw Star Wars @rianjohnson you should be ashamed of what you did to Luke. Completely destroyed the character.… https://t.co/1WXtVdrywq

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People think that the ability, which hadn't been featured in the movies before, was a bit of a deus ex machina.

@pinkharm it trampled on the original trilogy and devolved Luke so much. Snoke was basically irrelevant the whole t… https://t.co/jvUsun49bj

So Johnson let out a series of tweets to shut it all down. First, he saw the critiques.

Then, he checked out his book shelf.

What's that? A copy of The Jedi Path, released in 2010 before Johnson was even a part of the Star Wars team?

He took the book off the shelf...

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Opened it up to look up some advanced Force techniques...

Well, would you look at that!

And then, like Luke, Johnson just kinda faded away.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! While they had his attention, fans wanted to ask about the infamous "Mary Poppins Leia" scene, in which Leia used the force to get back on her ship from the vacuum of space.

Anything in there on Mary Poppins Leia? Thanks...asking for a friend https://t.co/5179fUMgiX

Johnson felt that Leia wouldn't have to exert much power to pull herself back to safety.

@achisling @HackswithHaggs Interesting. I guess the fact that she’s in zero G and that space offers no resistance m… https://t.co/M8Y5CrAcet

And for those who argue that Leia was near death and couldn't have attempted it, there's a simple reason why she absolutely could:

@achisling @HackswithHaggs Cause she’s a badass muthafucka.

And that's how you deal with Twitter.

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