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Star Wars: How It Should Have Ended Takes Aim At The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi has now received the How It Should Have Ended treatment. The popular Youtube channel, known for taking the piss out of the films we love has finally given their take on how events The Last Jedi should have went down.

The video, which you can see above, makes fun of many of the film’s most criticized scenes including General Leia Force-pulling herself back onto her ship, the Canto Bight subplot and the lack of any backstories for Rey and Supreme Leader Snoke.

RELATED: Oscar Isaac Shot Some The Last Jedi And Annihilation Scenes On The Same Day!

Snoke is now Darth Plagueis, Rey is a Kenobi (YES!) and Anakin Skywalker is, George W. Bush? Admiral Ackbar survives to fight another day, and a member of the Skywalker family loses a limb. Interesting to say the least. Luke also actually leaves Ahch-to and does take on The First Order with his laser sword, utilizing a Force-stop move of Kylo’s that we seen at the beginning of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

If you are unfamiliar with HISHE, but you enjoyed this video, you have a lot of catching up to do, check out the HISHE for The Dark Knight, its great.

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