Film Theory: Luke SHOULDN'T Destroy The Death Star (Star Wars)

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  • Published on:  Sunday, January 17, 2016
  • The Yin and Yang of Star Wars! ►► Could The Martian Really Happen? ► LUKE SKYWALKER Really Evil?!? ► all love to root for Luke while he's landing the crucial shots to destroy the Death Star...but what if we've been wrong all this time? What if destroying the Death Star is COMPLETELY wrong? This episode shows exactly why the destruction of the Death Star would have not only hurt the Rebel Alliance, but the entire galaxy...Like the theme song? Thanks to CARF! MEDIA:Twitter: @MatPatGTFacebook: FILM THEORY!Breaking Bad Ending's Hidden Truth ► TRUTH about Jon Snow ► Dr. Who's Doctor be a HUMAN? ► VIDEO GAMES the future of movies? ► to Win an Oscar for BEST ACTOR! ► to Win an Oscar for BEST PICTURE! ►


  • teh EPICATOR  3 years ago

    Well, they can just borrow a small loan of 193 quintillion dollars.

  • Andrew Patton  yesterday

    At a GDP of $10,000/(person-year), it would take the economic output of 960 trillion people to produce one Death Star in 20 years. Of course, the highly advanced Galactic Empire is likely to have a much bigger per capita GDP than Earth.

  • Presto McGario  13 days ago

    So bassist they become a college or university student

  • Mono27  11 months ago


  • Presto McGario  13 days ago


  • More like degenerates.

  • Marilia Serodio  1 years ago

    11:40 there's the starbucks symbol

  • Fairy Floss  8 days ago


  • Manju Ajeesh  10 days ago

    Seriously Starfleet??

  • Andrew King  1 months ago

    Thanks for that Matt! Now I need to save up 193 Quintilion bucks, and the universe will be mine.

  • Filip Von Filbert  11 hours ago

    I already have 14 bucks

  • Death Star was an inside job, Vader was on his tie fighter when it went down.Coincidence? I think not!

  • AidenA GamerMan  26 days ago

    Luke lives

  • Rbbamburg  1 months ago

    Listen Bernie.....

  • Comrade Canary  3 years ago

    So you could call it... A debt star?

  • Dragon Burger  17 days ago


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  • Ren Garcia  11 months ago

    Does a galactic entity that rules by terror, employs a liberal amount slave and forced labor, follow the usual economic model? Does the emperor actually pay for goods and services? Hmmm...

  • Jacob Dempsey  19 days ago

    There were many people that supported the empire to be fair, but especially after the battle of endor, it became pretty obvious that the empire was evil, and that the new republic was better. As for the whole slavery thing, like you said the outer rim is very lawless, and tatooine (where anakin was a slave) is in the outer rim. Under the empire however, the government took slaves, instead of just crime syndicates and other citizens of the outer rim, and more importantly they didn't just take slaves f...

  • Adrian Comba  19 days ago

    Wesley Molt The Genosians deserved it, I find it ironic that they were the first victims of the Death Star because they developed it...

  • Brent Dreher  11 months ago

    A slight problem with the start of your theory - it's an Empire building the Death Star, not a democracy, and a galaxy-wide Empire capable of extracting materials from multiple planets and teleporting them and not paying for anything because he's in charge, so....yeah.

  • cheif Palps  4 hours ago

    @Andrew Patton Slavery is damagin to any economyYou would want to incorporate people and make them join your economy not enslave them

  • Andrew Patton  yesterday

    You still have to feed and house your workers. Even slave labor isn't free, because slaves cost resources to maintain.

  • Edden Ishaaya  1 years ago

    11:40 Starbucks is a *REBEL CONSPIRACY!*

  • The Gaming Brit  8 months ago

    Me as a kid: The Rebels are the good guysMe now: The Empire did nothing wrong