- ✓ There’s no mystical energy field that controls my destiny.
- ✓ I’ve never seen anything to make me believe there’s one all-powerful Force controlling everything.
- ✓ Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side.
- ✓ I shall return more powerful than you could possibly imagine.
- ✓ I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.
- ✓ I will become more powerful than you could ever imagine possible.
- ✓ I’ve got a bad feeling about this.
- ✓ Never tell me the odds!
- ✓ I’m glad you’re here to tell us these things.
- ✓ He will not be permanently damaged.
- ✓ The Empire will compensate you if he dies.
- ✓ He will be alive, and in perfect hibernation.
- ✓ Laser-brain!
- ✓ You scruffy-looking nerf herder!
- ✓ You scoundrel!
- ✓ We can destroy the Emperor, and rule the galaxy as father and son!
- ✓ We can fulfill your destiny. Come with me, it is the only way!
- ✓ We can end this destructive conflict and bring order to the galaxy.
- ✓ Do, or do not. There is no try.
- ✓ Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size, do you?
- ✓ Get it in, you shall!
- ✓ Your friends, out there on the sanctuary moon, are walking into a trap, as is your Rebel fleet.
- ✓ It was I who allowed the Alliance to know the location of the shield generator. It is quite safe from your pitiful little band.
- ✓ An entire legion of my best troops awaits them.
- ✓ You insufferable furball!
- ✓ You flea-bitten furball!
- ✓ Only an overgrown mop-head like you would be stupid enough!
- ✓ Only you could be so bold.
- ✓ Your foul stench gave you away!
- ✓ I recognized your foul stench when I was brought on board.
- ✓ You cannot escape your destiny. You must face Darth Vader again.
- ✓ He’s more machine now than man. His mind is twisted and evil.
- ✓ Bury your feelings deep down, Luke. They do you credit, but they could be made to serve the Emperor.
- ✓ In his belly, you will be slowly digested for a thousand years.
- ✓ In his belly, you will suffer for a thousand years.
- ✓ In his belly, you will find a new definition of pain and suffering.
- ✓ Perhaps you think you’re being treated unfairly?
- ✓ I am altering the deal. Pray I don’t alter it any further.
- ✓ This is how it shall be, Calrissian.
- ✓ It’s your choice, but I warn you not to underestimate my power.
- ✓ I am a Jedi.
- ✓ Jabba, this is your last chance. Free them, or die.
- ✓ Take evasive action!
- ✓ It’s a trap!
- ✓ At that close range we won’t last long against those Star Destroyers!
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1. Ever sobbed uncontrollably during a movie?
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You might think something based on a recent true story might make you trapped in a glass case of emotion, but new research suggests it might not matter whether a tear-jerker is true or took place a long time ago.
2. We tend to mistakenly believe that immediate true events will make us sadder.
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Tragedies stir up deep emotions in us, so it’s only natural to believe that tales rooted in reality will have the same effect. And something made up in someone’s brain will surely be less potent, right?
Turns out the distance you think will exist between you and fiction or an event removed in time doesn’t factor into how affected you’ll feel. As the researchers noted, “people’s emotional reactions were surprisingly insensitive to this distancing information.”
3. And that might be because we become so absorbed in the story that we tend to momentarily forget it’s not real or distant to us.
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When researchers paused fictional movies to let viewers process that what they were seeing wasn’t true, however, participants did feel less sad.
4. The results suggest that while emphasizing a true story might entice those seeking deep feelings…
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…the research, published in the Journal of Consumer Research, suggests that it might lead you to pick a book or movie that will be less emotionally rewarding — and ultimately fall short of being satisfying.
5. The researchers write:
[Consumers] may choose to see a play about their hometown, watch a live basketball game on television, or read a novel based on a true story, but miss out on seeing a more enjoyable play about a distant city, watching a more exciting basketball game recorded earlier, or reading a more entertaining fictional novel.
6. What do you think?
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Do you pick stories you think you’ll relate to more often? Did knowing Dumbledore’s fate impact you as much as a documentary, or do only real human stories move you?