Had there been a much longer passage of time between films, then it would be a bit more acceptable. So the nostalgia is only skin deep and. The Resistance is just the Rebels. Every single character, including the remarkable Rey, was retooled and distorted nearly beyond recognition. She manages to escape from its cave with her lightsaber, but soon succumbs to the brutally hot temperatures and collapses. A relatively short passage of time occurs between films and Rey is even more overpowered than ever, receiving absolutely no training from Luke and she bests him a Jedi Master! Other Great Moments In The Last Jedi Despite the numerous issues that plague this film, The Last Jedi features a lot of great moments that truly shine: - The opening scene and subsequent assault on the Dreadnought was very action-packed and felt like a true Star Wars film - The final battle on Crait, though highly reminiscent of the Battle of Hoth, was phenomenal and the idea of using a Death Star-like battering ram was well-executed. Oops, I did go on and on.
The Last Jedi started with a very tense emotion, capturing all viewers' attention tightly including mine I've seen all movie episodes of Star Wars series so this type of scenario should look familiar to me. These later films have been a mixed bag. The funny thing is that a lot of the reviewers here on imdb that rated the movie high, do not state the actual reasons why they think its good. Episode 7 was okay as a reboot and Rogue One was my hope, that Star Wars can grow up into a great adult space epic, since although the story of R1 wasn't that good, the tone was excellent and catched everything i hoped for. He intends to hold Rey in suspended animation in a block of carbonite for delivery to Supreme Leader Snoke. They wanted the characters they loved to be the characters they loved. Not only does this one not feel like it is reusing old material too much but it also feels like it is opening a new chapter in the Star Wars universe.
Sure, some people in a space casino make money off selling weapons and a slave kid has a Rebellion ring now, but that's not enough to establish why I should care about the story anymore. Luke trains Rey as a Jedi and raises her sunken ship from the swamp with the power of the Force after Rey claims it to be impossible. This didn't feel like Star Wars. Long live Marvel--something to actually look forward to at least. Just Dont go to this movie and prevent any one who likes Starwars to see it.
He fades away from the battle, leaving behind a furious Kylo Ren. The jokes were so atrocious, and actually managed to single-handedly break the fourth wall. The Last Jedi is far from being the worst Star Wars film, but is still far from being the best. The biggest problem with The Last Jedi is that it's one shameless Deus Ex Machina after another. The rest of it is a stinking mess, insultingly so.
Rey is found by Finn, whose tauntaun collapses and dies, and then he uses its cold to keep Rey cool while he sets up a shelter. Instead, we got Failure Luke, Failure Leah, gone nowhere Chewie and a rebel alliance that appeared to entirely fail to do anything meaningful after episode 6. One of the worst movies i have ever seen in my entire life. He is a studio minion and writes nonsensical 'female is so powerful she doesn't need continuity or sense or imagination' stuff. Whether that path is the right one remains to be seen. Luke reveals he traveled to Ahch-To for the sole purpose of wanting to die, which goes against what Han said about him seeking out the first Jedi Temple. The musical soundtrack was the worst in the series.
Kylo Ren seemed to solidify his status as a villain in The Force Awakens when he killed Han Solo and in this film, he questions his own intentions and through his Force communication with Rey, the idea that Kylo Ren could be redeemed is brought into question. I took a picture of my bare ass and sent it to her as a reply, fuckin bitch, anyway, apparently, this was considered 'indecent exposure' according to the usher-dork who wouldn't shut up about it so we had to leave the movie. How did she fly back to the ship? More like the middle finger given to a multi-generational fandom! By the time of Return of the Jedi, Luke is established as being an experienced Force user who constructed a new lightsaber and is able to perform Jedi mind tricks. Your apprentices accounting assistants Jar Jar Abrams and Rian Johnson have done an immaculate job trolling the fans and destroying Star Wars. Liked the prequels well enough. In fact, this review could be summed up thusly: The Last Jedi is illogical and illegitimate.
The idea of establishing Kylo Ren as the main villain of the Sequel Trilogy is quite intriguing and allows for more room to develop Kylo Ren into the ultimate villain, though it came at the cost of killing off Snoke. We started rocking the shatter bong hardcore, just pump it, pump it, till you can actually feel your brain melting, then hit that nail and do it again and again. Just a status quo that left me indifferent and not caring for what happens in episode 9. One tiny detail that I felt redundant and unconvincing was the reincarnation of Leia Princess. Some people apparently are going as far as to want this movie to be undone. He is a complex character, and I am not sure that he believed in until the very end of the story.
My headcanon has already decided, these movies do not count. The role is depicted as, adequately complex, but not consistent and lively enough compared to the former Lord Darth Vader. I actually have less difficulty accepting 1,2 and 3 into canon then I do this pap. Just about everything established in The Force Awakens is simply swept under the rug. If Rian Johnson can direct a film then anyone can be a director If Kathleen Kennedy can be a producer in Hollywood then any swindler can wheel and deal and become a producer If Daisy can be an actress and appear in a movie any girl can become an actress and get roles grrrl power Hey why not? With practically training whatsoever she can take on Luke and Kylo and win. That should include fans, and people who love good stories.