Star Wars: The Last Jedi

audience Reviews

, 41% Audience Score
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Best Star Wars movie since Empire. Rian Johnson breathes much needed new life into the Skywalker saga in a film that only improves with age.
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    I will say, initially this move was closer to a 4.5. But, being part of a trilogy, it is really dependent on how they wrap up the story that really brings the everything into perspective. I originally appreciated this movie for taking big swings with the story, and even though there are some elements that weren't great, Rian Johnson wasn't afraid to take these characters in a direction that no one anticipated. There are some unforgivable choices, but it could have been built upon in the third movie to really sell these decisions, sadly, The Rise of Skywalker chose to revert some of these choices to try and win some fans back. In the end, it felt like everybody lost.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Episode 7 had many flaws, but this is where the Star Wars downfall really started. #RIPStarWars
  • Rating: 1.5 out of 5 stars
    Just lacklustre, poorly performed and horribly written.
  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars
    The cinematography and production value is excellent, but the narrative is completely awful. Obviously this movie is a bit of a shibboleth, so lets put it on the record.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Zero continuity between the first (7th) and this film. It would have been better as a stand alone in a different "universe" of characters. In stead it's incompetent story line is responsible for the death of the franchise and the death of the sequel trilogy. In all reality it is not Star Wars.
  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
    Arr Rian Johnson... what have you done! What's really disappointing about Last Jedi is not that Johnson basically destroys a lot of the ideas of star wars or maybe it is. If you dispense with that the really dissapointing thing is that actually some of the ideas in this film would have been brilliant if thought about in much more clarity and explored properly. But they're not and at all, some are better than others - the meld between Rey and Kylo being one better - but you get the feeling eveyone of them could of been better - with some Johnson really drops the ball and some just shouldn't be in a Star Wars film. Luke's 5 lesson to Rey is a great idea but he doens't really say all that much, nothing is explained as it could of been particularly about the point no-one own's the force - that pont is made but you end up asking ok that's true but what is the force - Johnson has nothing to say on the matter - and there is no fifth leston - should it be don't listen to a disillusioned Jedi - The Yoda scene could of been so much better - another great idea. The other three big isuses I have is that the whole Canto Bight scene is redundant and seems no more than just an excuse to use Lucasfilm's effects departments. some of the pacing of the film is very slow and in the overall arc of the story it gets very clunky with some of the charater arcs poorely done - Poe's is the worst to the point you're not enterily sure what Johnson is saying about Poe, I have issues with Rose's character and Finn is painted as too much of a coward - the stormtropper that left - really?!? All in all love this, hate it but there's no denying it could of been so much better!
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    This sequel trilogy has just sunk to depths which I previously thought impossible. There are too many issues to list... i'd need to spend hours to mention everything wrong with this movie. Let the massive number of legacy Star Wars fans' reviews speak the truth here.
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    En mi opinión es una de la peores películas de star wars, hay partes de la película donde se pierde el trama principal y hay muchas cosas que no tienen explicación.
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    I appreciate some of the wayward decisions made in this show. Ultimately, I think they really wasted an epic opportunity to see Luke Skywalker as a Jedi Master. We've been waiting decades to see Luke in his prime. So that was a letdown. Mark, Daisy, and Adam were the highlights of this show! The Snoke angle was unexpected, but I liked it! It was a bummer John Boyega was reduced to a secondary character here. Overall, was a decent sequel, but wasn't my favorite.