Most disappointing death


Which death of a famous sci-fi character was more disappointing... James Kirk in Star Trek: Generations or Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi?

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Probably Luke as at first I (and I don't think anyone else in the audience) even realised hed died until Rey later said Luke's gone ..I was like 'wha? Don't tell me that was supposed to be his death!' maybe I'm just stupid but I genuinely didnt realise hed died until after lol

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Why did he die anyways? Force overdose?

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at first i figured maybe Rens saber mustve caused injuries even though he was a projection (kind of like in The Matrix) but i think its been established it was the exertion of doing it caused his death. or something

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lukey boy

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Both deaths were lame, but I think that Captain Kirk's "I've fallen and I can't get up!" death in Generations is slightly worse.

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Both deaths stank of "out with the old, in with the new", rather than honoring the past. So, they both sucked.

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I know a lot of people hate this movie and there's plenty of things about it I didn't like, but Luke's death wasn't one of them. It was pretty awesome tbh.

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At least Kirk had one hell of a opening scene in Generations, All of Luke's scenes were of a wasted old man...

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If only he'd had a sock puppet to cheer him up...

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He did enjoy his blue milk though.

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Speaking of sock puppets.

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General Hux. He deserved better.

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Luke's death was laughably bad and insulting way to kill off a legend.

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