Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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  • 1 of 5 stars
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    Bombers work in weightlessnes. Luke's a jerk. That milk scene! This movie feels like a prank. I don't know if it is or not. I just know I'm not much of a fan anymore.
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    The movie experience is actually good! Nice effects and beautiful imagery... however it is a very bad Star Wars movie and therefor I only give it 1 star. I went to the cinema with a lot of expectations (because it is a Star Wars movie) and was let down and really disappointed. Even though I like the fact that Rian Johnson tries to subvert our expectations, i think I would have liked one of the many theories more than I actually liked what he made.
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    Plot holes everywhere Unfunny comedy No character development Subliminal political agendas Boring as hell Spits on the OT No clear direction as to where it is headed or what this trilogy is about More politics Plain vanilla female characters who have no personality charisma or character developments
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    Horrible. For Star Wars fans this atrocity butchers beloved characters while breaking previously established rules of the universe while also breaking the laws of our universe such as projectiles experiencing drop or fall off in space or a ship experiencing drag in the vacuum of space. For non fans the only redeeming quality of this film is the visuals. The main character suddenly gains new abilities and powers that deem every other character as useless, breaking any and all tension as the audience knows the main character will never fail at anything. There are too many sub plots with not enough time to get invested into any of them while the overuse of bathos, or comedy, breaks the mood completely in every scene that is set up to be tense or suspenseful. Gaping plot holes are present everywhere, the choreography is horrific, and the "subversions" are a blatant middle finger to any invested audience members. It cannot even be enjoyed like the Star Wars prequels or The Room as it fails to be entertaining in any and every way possible. I would only recommend this to aspiring film makers who wish to see examples of what not to do or to distract one's pet goldfish. Absolutely horrendous, would give it 0 stars if possible as I have seen and read fan made content that are vastly more entertaining than this thing.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Defenitely the best looking star wars of the new era, even though somehow it seems not to bring the new trilogy anywhere. Except from Kylo Ren, no other carachter seems to develop. One thing that Rian Johnson didn't understand is that all this new kind of cheap comedy doesn't fit into this franchise. Leia flying? The same scene could be done 300 times better, preventing the fans' from raging against this new installment. Let's see how it goes with ep IX
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    Mark Hamill was great the rest was awful.
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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi is good.
  • 0.5 of 5 stars
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    Forced political agendas, poor character development, awkward forced and unfunny "comedic" moments that are so out of place. The massacre of Luke Skywalker's character, no continuity with Episode 7. The entire side plot with Finn & Rose Tico was horrendous. This move is a total mess and has pretty much completely destroyed the sequel trilogy. This movie renders Episode 9 pointless. There's no way they can salvage this trilogy's story arc in one more final 3 hour film. Episode 7 wasn't anything special but with episode 8 & 9 there's was room to grow and improve. Then The last Jedi happened and shit on everything that makes Star Wars, Star Wars and now there's is absolutely no saving this sequel trilogy. Well Done Rian, You'll forever be remembered as the guy that ruined Star Wars.
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    Rian Johnson ruined Star Wars. 'nouf said.
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    Everything was wrong. Luke Skywalker needed to train his apprentice/padawan/replacement . In doing so he needed to find redemption and hope {you know, the theme of the movie}. Ackbar needed to be the one to make the sacrifice to make room for his replacement. No hero's journey for the hero. Everything was wrong.