Is the quote present in all other Star Wars movies, heard in Star Wars: The Last Jedi?

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    I think one of the Porgs says it. Dec 15 '17 at 20:37

Director Rian Johnson tweeted:

It’s in there!

and in an interview with the Huffpost he confirmed that

the line came from BB-8′s anxious beeps when the droid and Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) are flying into battle against the First Order near the start of the movie


“It seemed like a fun character to deliver that line. I think originally I had Poe respond, ‘Oh, I got a good feeling about it. Keep your chin up.’ And then I made it a little less explicit just to make it more fun.”

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    How someone is supposed to understand that beeps of a droid unless it is subtitled? I answered as per the dialogues. Sighs
    – A J
    Dec 17 '17 at 13:48
  • @AJ By what the human side of the conversation; it's a fun and fine way to include the easter egg. So are you complaining that you couldn't hear the line explicitly or just that you didn't get the accepted answer? Dec 19 '17 at 15:44
  • @AgustínLado I have no objection for which answer is accepted (I don't know where this idea came from. I upvoted this answer). I am just saying that I didn't hear the line explicitly.
    – A J
    Dec 19 '17 at 15:56
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    I agree with @AJ. This is some weak shit. It may be what BB-8 said according to the director. However, no one in our world speaks droid. Dec 19 '17 at 19:45

It seems The Last Jedi is the first movie to skip this quote.

According to this review,

Oh, and maybe I missed it, but this might be the very first theatrically released Star Wars film not to include the famous line, “I have a bad feeling about this.” I did not pick up on it during either viewing.

Also from this Wikia article,

The line “I have a bad feeling about this” is conspicuous in its absence, but there’s one callback to a classic Star Wars line that’s easy to miss.


I did not hear it; nor did my wife. There are other echoes of original trilogy lines, including a subtle one.

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