'The Last Jedi' Director Just Responded To Stormy Daniels' Review Of His Movie

'The Last Jedi' Director Just Responded To Stormy Daniels' Review Of His Movie
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Before she entered the national dialogue with the revelation that, in 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump paid her $130,000 to keep quiet about their 2011 sexual escapades, adult film star Stormy Daniels had some opinions about The Last Jedi. Plenty of people had TLJ opinions, but Daniels elevated the conversation to new heights, striking a balance between the nuanced critique of a latter-day Leonard Maltin and the ecstatic humanism of an early Marcel Proust.

Daniels distilled her thoughts into four ungenerous words on Twitter:

Dick Pibbles sought to clarify, on behalf of anyone lost in the weeds, Daniels' labyrinthine argument vis-à-vis Johnson:

We here at Guacamoley want to make your experience on the internet as rewarding as possible, so for your sake we dug through the jillion ads on Daniels' Twitter page for more information on the topic. 

No joke, her Twitter page is almost entirely this:


But for the few non-ads she tweeted out, she really does have it out for Rian Johnson:

Flash forward into the new year and the Trump cover-up revelations, and somebody must have told Rian that Daniels was talking about him. 

If a picture's worth a thousand words, how many words are a carefully chosen emoji worth?


To which Mark Hamill replied:

What a world we live in.

Rian doesn't seem particularly affected by the wave of criticism over his entry into the Star Wars canon. 


Daniels may or may not end up being a key player in the eventual unraveling of this Presidency, but she isn't about to hurt Rian Johnson's feelings.