Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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43% Audience Score43%
  • 1.5 of 5 stars
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    Ha tenido opiniones divididas pero, más allá de alejarse o no del canon, me parece que como película tiene deficiencias serias de estructura.
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    If you want to know why this movie is bad, go on YouTube and watch the long analyses people all over this planet have put out. This movie was filled to the brim with character assassinations, terrible choreography, and no knowledge of the Star Wars lore. It’s an awful movie. Why did the critics love it? Was it because it SUBVERTED expectations? Well, yeah, my expectations were completely diverted when people did things completely out of character. You would think that Luke’s lightsaber (Anakin’s lightsaber) would mean something to him, with all the history it’s seen. But he throws it over his shoulder absent-mindedly and calls it a “laser sword”... a Jedi’s weapon deserves more respect. I think it’s completely out of character that Luke attacked Kylo in his sleep. LUKE, who didn’t give up on his father when everyone else already had. This was like watching a terribly made fanfic where the writer hated Luke for no reason and wanted to make everyone hate him. I did enjoy when Luke faced Kylo, but then he DIED. I remember watching this in theaters, shocked, thinking, “Did they just kill Luke?” I didn’t like it when Leia Mary Poppin’ed back to the ship with the force. Everyone described this as “Mary Poppins” and they are absolutely correct. I dare you to watch footage of Mary Poppins and compare it to Carrie Poppins in this movie. They’re twins! I think they should’ve killed Leia off right there, because Fisher died. It would’ve made sense and would also be heartbreaking, along with adding depth to Kylo Ren, as he had hesitated. Rey was very perfect in this film, which makes her a badly written character. She lifted all those rocks with the force with no issue and was better than Kylo and Luke without any effort. It’s impossible to connect and relate to a character who doesn’t mess up (though Rey is less perfect in TROS, I’m talking about how THIS movie is). She’s extremely powerful! And when I say this, it’s not because I can’t handle a female Jedi. For example, Ahsoka Tano is a character who makes mistakes constantly and everyone can relate to her. Ahsoka is powerful (ex. decapitating four Mandalorians at once, surviving a duel with Vader), but her skills feel EARNED because she’d been training her whole life. Rey hasn’t. Finn was a useless addition to this movie. He’s a coward and when he finally decides to sacrifice himself to save everyone, Rose swoops in and stops him. I was fine with Rose’s character until that point, when she broke into prequel dialogue and said, “it’s not about destroying what you hate, it’s about saving what you love” and then KISSES HIM. Poe meant nothing to me, and Holdo was annoying. Kylo went shirtless for some reason. Snoke died. Ackbar died. Hux existed. The throne room fight looked really cool until you watch it slowly. Go on YouTube and look at an analysis for the fight and you’ll understand. This movie was so bad, and I remember during the Canto Bight scene I checked my watch and wondered how much was left and when it would get good like the critics said. It didn’t. This movie looks like a flawless unblemished apple from the outside (the visuals, the excitement about how things will be after TFA) but it’s rotten once you break past the skin.
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    It’s just terrible. When watching the Star Wars saga just leave out the sequel trilogy all together
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    Well, this movie is not that bad, ok two halfs of the movie are just crap lets face it but the other half is actually preety good; I know that if two halfs of a movie are bad the whole movie must be bad,right? not at all, because when this movie fly it fly high
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    Put simply, this movie is dull, retcon garbage, with a story that sounds as though the writer didn't know, or want to know how this universe works. Destroying narrative tropes left and right doesn't make you a visionary. It makes you a lazy try hard. But Ryan Johnson wasn't simply content with destroying this movie, but destroying any chance the follow up to this movie will be any good either by killing off the primary antagonist and guaranteeing that the follow up has to engage in some serious mental gymnastics to even make it half way interesting.
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    Biggest disappointment of my life. Jar Jar >>>>>>> Rose
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    An entertaining but flawed ride brought to life by its philosophical heart associating with Rey, Luke and Kylo Ren, yet dragged down slightly by the meaningless adventures the other characters go on.
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    Just stop Disney. Just stop.
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    Terrible. Watch the Robot Head critic videos on YouTube. Makes you appreciate the "bad" prequels that I grew up watching.
  • 3.5 of 5 stars
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    It's completely justified for a Star Wars fan to feel disappointed about The Last Jedi (Snoke dying without backstory, Rose existing, characters being worsened) but ultimately I think that Rian Johnson's decision of putting lots of emotional weight and new elements into the Saga makes it better. Sure, there are a lot of misfires (Leia suddenly has the Force, Luke throwing away his lightsaber, "laser sword", Holdo, long runtime, Phasma just dies, plot holes, etc.) but that doesn't stop the movie from being interesting. The cast is does a great job, most notably Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Andy Serkis, the special effects, action, and score are all expertly done (besides Rey botching a move when fighting the Praetorian Guard), and Kylo is still a complex, if she babyish, villain. Overall, it's a good Star Wars movie but it's not as impactful as The Force Awakens and the Original Trilogy.