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Plot: Jedi Master-in-hiding Luke Skywalker unwillingly attempts to guide young hopeful Rey in the ways of the force, while Leia, former princess turned general, attempts to lead what is left of the Resistance away from the ruthless tyrannical grip of the First Order. Written by Danny Moniz Runtime: 152 min Release Date: 15 Dec 2017
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Waiting was definitely worth it! The Last Jedi perfectly fits into the well-established atmosphere of Star Wars, but at the same time it is different. Rian Johnson's revenue is clearly visible. Unlike The Force Awakens, where it was set to be more secure, here the director allowed himself to insert entirely new things that make up the big universe of Star Wars.The movie is noticeably darker, as was clear from the release of the first poster, the trailer and the ad campaign. Seeing that the movie is darker, which is not a minus, even makes it more interesting, because the last such movie <more>
was Episode V. Of course there are many fun moments that can not be missed.The fans will be happy because things they've been waiting for years become a reality in this movie. Every fan will be happy with the movie. The way our well-known galaxy heroes interact with those who build themselves are shown in an incredible way. In this way the universe is expanding.The Last Jedi answers a lot of questions, but there are many unknowns that we will not know until 2019.I dare say that The Last jedi easily enters my top 3 Star Wars movies and is also one of the best, if not the best, film for 2017.
A near perfect star wars movie.....one of the best of this series...... (by kashidomar)
From all aspect this is by far the most attractive movie of star wars series to me. Not that i haven't seen all the movies , rather i am a real fan of star wars movies and i have seen all old and new movies very attentively. Also enjoyed those as well. But to me this is the movie of near perfection and ultimate action to go for.This movie is about a suspenseful united adventure of rey and Luke with other companions after their entry to jedi world. This adventure is full of twist and turn and sets a real exciting space opera of high voltage conspiracy , actions including different space <more>
instruments and arms, and overall a composite world of fantasy and drama. Their adventure brings many past secrets to light and many hidden facts are revealed by this.The movie is not absolutely concerned with actions and fantasy but it has a good build up of story around a very good plot and the acting as well as the direction , special effects are reasonably well performed.Those who like to watch fantasy movie will obviously like it. But it is the star wars lovers who will enjoy the most.
This is not going to go the way you think. (by smg242)
First of all, let me alleviate the concern that this film is a rehash of Empire Strikes Back by affirming that it is indeed not. The Last Jedi is by far the most original, surprising and exhilarating Star Wars film since the Disney-Lucasfilm acquisition in 2012. It's also a high point in the Star Wars saga, and I have no doubt it will be remembered as one of the most consequential chapters in the Star Wars mythos in the years to come.Which is why, I must implore audiences to please please please for the love of God, avoid spoilers at all costs. If you're a fan, and if you're <more>
reading this before going in, then I can assure you that spoilers will most definitely affect your movie-going experience, as there is quite obviously a lot that happens in this film that has so effectively been kept under wraps for the same reason.The Last Jedi could not have been what it is without Rian Johnson. It's very clear he's a massive fan of Star Wars, and this film is honestly more like an impassioned labor of love. His writing, the way he's directed this film, it all shines as some of the best I've seen this year. This is also a beautiful, beautiful looking film with what is quite possibly the best cinematography and visuals of any Star Wars film ever made.It's also incredibly well acted- Mark Hamill absolutely kills it. Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver also perform their roles as Rey and Kylo Ren perfectly. The rest of the cast is sound, and Carrie Fisher in her final role is every bit the Leia we've come to know and love, and then some.The score by John Williams is wholesome. There's really no other way for me to describe it. A wonderful mix of brand-new as well as familiar motifs and themes. Despite the great score and visuals, however, The Last Jedi manages to make your jaw drop several times with some of the most surprising moments in the saga thus far- there's a line that Luke Skywalker says in the film, that is the title of this review and is most definitely applicable to this film: "This is not going to go the way you think." And that it is not, Rian Johnson has assured that with this story that's continually unexpected, a story that indeed changes the way you look at these films, which is precisely what it shares in common with The Empire Strikes Back, and that's every bit a good thing.I am incredibly lucky to have watched this movie premiere, but I truly think it's a lucky time for Star Wars fans all over. Watch this as soon as you can and try your best not to be spoiled. Of course, if you're a fan, you won't need convincing.
I walked out of this movie with six friends at 3 am, and all of us were WIRED from adrenaline and amazement. And then I checked IMDB and saw nothing but angry fans, proving that there really is no pleasing organized fandom. Everyone complained mightily at how unoriginal and "safe" The Force Awakens was, and then a movie comes along with an actual point of view, with incredible style unlike anything that has come before it in the series, that is daring, fresh, and original...and now it's just too different for everyone.Though some of the complaints are fair namely that one major <more>
subplot turns out to be largely a digression , this was so surprising and thoughtful and fresh that it frankly makes The Force Awakens better by recontextualizing it. This movie has something to say if people will take a moment to listen to it rather than getting pissy that it wasn't what they were expecting.
The story is excellent and you will not believe some of the twists and turns of it. Everyone is unbelievably great but Mark Hammil steals the show. Great practical effects. John Wiliams score shines as always. I have many things to say but ill let you watch this amazing movie. Yes, its that good!
Get along with the idea that this is a good movie! (by nannilulic)
I really don't understand how some people dislike this movie. The only weaknesses I can think about are the characterisation of Finn, who is actually a useless character in this movie and the movie's length the picture could last 20 minutes earlier .Guys, how can you complain about the screenplay? This is the the only Star Wars movie, after The Return Of The Jedi, which explains perfectly what the force is. In addition, the story is finally original and, like in Rogue One, we get the idea of real Star Wars. Freaking wars! What did you expect? Movies like The Revenge of The Sith? Some <more>
of you cherish George Lucas' films so much but you don't understand that those movies contained more plot holes then the most recent ones. The cinematography surely takes us back to the first trilogy, why don't you say anything regarding that? The themes that the movie develops different themes from the usual ones of the previous trilogies make sense and are explained correctly, also thanks to the role of certain characters in the picture. Are you guys upset because Johnson tried to be a different director from Abrams and Lucas? Are you upset because he invented a story which is more complex than the simple ones you were used to? Get along with the idea that this is meant to be a different trilogy. And get along with the fact that Johnson made a great job!
A beautiful, humorous and magical Star Wars movie! (by jonabyron)
I've been a Star Wars fan since I was 7 years old, and I even remember seeing Empire and Jedi on the big screen as a kid. Yeah, I'm old. But, I'm a little shocked at so many haters of this movie, many of you have given a 2! A 2???? Seriously?I've given The Last Jedi an 8. It's an epic and original Star Wars movie, with gorgeous cinematography and incredible music from the wonderful John Williams again. Rain Johnson has managed to expand the force mythology, inject some good ol' humour back into the saga, and throw in some wonderful surprises, that I believe, we all <more>
needed. It seems like many of you do not like change, or are not prepared to enjoy a Star Wars movie that takes risks. This movie takes huge risks; it dares to offer something fresh in a franchise that is over 40 years old. It also pays homage to the original trilogy in a beautiful and tasteful way. So, no, I do NOT understand the haters out there. Nevertheless, it's not a perfect movie. There are some risks that Johnson takes, that will upset some fans, but some of those decisions have made me ponder the force in a new way. One of the main problems for me was the 'detour' from the main storyline with Finn and Rose. This storyline felt a bit sluggish, 'forced' and feels kind of shoehorned in there, and it also doesn't really serve the greater story-but then again, maybe it DOES. I will need to see it again to decide on this. There were also a handful of 'dumb' little moments, that I won't get into, and certainly at times I was reminded that Star Wars movies were originally made for children, and while we have our darker adult themes at work here and even spiritual themes , there are also many magical moments for children. Maybe us 'grownups' need to stop taking it all so seriously and learn to be kids again? For the most part, this is a solid, original and gorgeous Star Wars movie that I believe, makes The Force Awakens seem a little bland and unoriginal. Go and see it, it's the best Star Wars movie since Empire.
The 8th chapter in the newly resurrected Star Wars series, is a rollercoaster of an adventure, filled with the unexpected fun, twist and turns that have been delightfully introduced by Rian Johnson. What you would expect is not what is given to you, in the most whimsical Star Wars film to date.Following from the end of the Force Awakens, we find Rey attempting to bring Luke Skywalker out of hiding to help the battle against the vicious First Order, but Skywalker himself does not seek to return, as his own past has defined him as he insists on staying in the dark. Meanwhile General Leia Organa <more>
Carrie Fisher leads the resistance in escape from the First Order in deep space, where Kylo Ren Adam Driver and Hux Domhnall Gleeson won't rest till they are finally destroy them.As a life long Star Wars fan, it was regrettable when I went to see The Force Awakens two years ago, and coming out feeling very disappointed. After a couple more views, I have been able to enjoy the film, but still find several issues with it, that haven't made it the Star Wars film for me. I have to admit though that the ending, with reveal of Rey's power and that final appearance of Mark Hamil did have me anticipating in glee for the next chapter of the series. With a darker appearance than the previous film, and a different director: Rian Johnson, I have been very excited about the promise of The Last Jedi.As the caption "A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away" emerged I had a sudden shiver of joy as did it last time . Unfortunately soon after, I found myself thinking its was going in the same direction of the Force Awakens, with the same issues occurring.We start with a rather choppy beginning in the establishment of our characters, that created a great disturbance in the balance of things. This was only pre-mature but stood out to ne. Again we have frequent moments of on the nose dialogue, that may sound good on paper, but through certain delivery is not. There is also have middle subplot with Finn Jon Boyega and new rebel character Rosa that doesn't really land on its feet and eventually becomes a waste of time just to fit into the 152 minute runtime.We furthermore have the return of the endless string of laugh out loud jokes and quirks that turn it almost into comedy, charming to some maybe, but not for this fan. Star Wars at its core is film about the struggle of good vs evil which I and I'm sure many fans take seriously, but its very hard to take it serious if the film isn't half the time. Its not just the cute humour with BB-8 but there are times during critical conversation, that it appears a custard pie has to be thrown. I know if you take any Marvel film you could pick out a hundred moments of humour, but there's something about the humour in the latest Star Wars films, which just ruins it for me, it pulls me out of this fantasy and draws attention to the artificial construction.That being said what Star Wars The Last Jedi wonderfully succeeds as a fun, action pack, adventure, character drama, and I am over joyed to say for myself, as a Star Wars film.A Bold and original take for the Star Wars series, The Last Jedi at last becomes its very own film, in a inventive war drama, taking you places you would never expect to find yourself. From a brilliant dramatic tension between, Rey and Luke, to Ren's desperation to prove himself to Supreme Leader Snoke, and the resistance struggling to work cooperatively against the First Order. This is mostly held together by Mark Hamill's stand out performance as the broken Jedi master, in his heart-rendering eyes and stares, Hamill, perfectly embodies an aging Skywalker, lost of hope for the rest of the galaxy. This is the key heart that drives the soul of the film. Furthermore Driver brings a much stronger an more powerful performance in Kylo Ren, especially when opposite his counterpart Rey, with Daisy Ridley also bringing a more thriving performance.Of course opposite Johnson's brialliant storytelling, is a range of fantastic action, including some sensational space dog fights, planet battles and as always exhilarating lighsaber battles. The Last Jedi, almost never rests in its continuous array of action making it one of the most action packed Star Wars films yet.What I wanted for The Force Awakens is exactly what I got in the Last Jedi with its own story, still with certain shouts to The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, but still a new chapter to remember. As also similar to last year's spin off film Rogue One, The Last Jedi, properly begins and ends with a monumental final third act This is where the new Star Wars era finally become Star Wars for me. The film represents the change and innovation which the filmmakers are presumably planning to bring into a new Star Wars generation.Star Wars The Last Jedi has now thankfully awakened the force in me, as to appreciate this new Star Wars era. It does still suffer from a several flaws within narrative structure, and my personal quarrels, but managed to bring out the real Star Wars fan in me. An incredible and enjoyable watch, The force is very strong with this one.
Many were waiting for the continuation of the legendary saga "Star Wars". They put their hopes on him. And now it came out. Direct continuation of the seventh episode reached the audience, but did it justify expectations?The script of the film is very rich in events. There are many plot lines and actions that play a key role. On the one hand it's good, because the film does not let the viewer get bored, but on the other hand it prevents the film atmosphere from completely being imbued, because the editing very often ends at the most interesting moment. This "serial" <more>
reception seems not quite to the point, and the film is perceived heavier than we would like. Although in general, the characters were allowed to reveal themselves, with the possible exception of Ray. By the end of the film, it remained the same as it was in the beginning, while other characters developed in one direction or another. Although Daisy Ridley played her character at the highest level, there was still a lack of progress and internal changes in the heroine. The timeline of the film was a record 152 minutes, but they look not so difficult, although during the film very often you are in a tense state due to a large number of twists. All these twists are very well developed, which is amazing. Throughout the movie, you do not know which way the plot will turn, and at some point the film makes you realize that everything will not go as you thought. The episode turned out to be rather gloomy, but nevertheless it included a proprietary Disney humor that was not always there, although jokes were ridiculous. In general, all problems do not reduce the number of positive emotions that you receive from viewing.The director's work of Ryan Johnson has borne fruit. His film turned out to be above the "Awakening Force" by Jay Abrams. How does Johnson behind the back of the series "In all the heavy", which is undoubtedly one of the best in the world series. And in general, this time, "Disney" more responsible approached the continuation of the franchise. To the music of John Williams there are no complaints at all. It perfectly emphasizes the atmosphere of the "distant-distant galaxy", which is very pleasing and winds up memories of the old parts. In general, "The last Jedi" very much resemble the fifth episode, only with new characters. It's understandable why the studio does it. The young generation, for the most part, does not perceive the first films, so the studio tells the old story with new heroes who may become favorites in the future for the new franchise audience, but they do not forget about the old fans, trying to please them, like JJ Abrams episode, but while they do not quite get it.Actor's work in the new film is also impressive. The line of Kylo Ren in the performance of Adam Driver is very good. Throughout the film, we see how his character develops. Unlike the previous part, in this episode the son of Khan Solo can rightfully be called a full-fledged antagonist, and not a hysterical teenager who very much wants to look like his grandfather Darth Vader, but he does not succeed. Actors "old man" Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, too, look quite organic. The images of unbreaked Leah and Luke's lost hope fit perfectly into the plot. Young actors quite deservedly can count on the fact that they will love the new fans, but on all their background I would like to highlight By Dameron in the performance of Oscar Isaac. This brave rebel, who is ready to sacrifice everything, even his own life, for the sake of the "Resistance" perfectly figures in the plot of the picture. Although in terms of some characters and the question arises: "Why are they in the movie?" - It does not spoil the impression of the acting game. I hope in the future will explain their appearance, otherwise it is unclear why there was a need to include them in the script, if you could do without them. And the High Leader Snowk also failed to live up to expectations. He does not reach the level of the teacher of the Sith, as, for example, Darth Sidious.Special effects and action scenes in the movie are also good, though sometimes they sometimes get tired of them, but still it does not take away the beauty of the film. The picture is full of beautiful frames and it has an elaborate fauna of different planets. To be honest, I really liked the animals that are presented to the film. Make-up and costumes also deserve praise. Thanks to all this, the film looks very nice, and many scenes are perfectly stored in memory because of a good and high-quality picture.Personally, I liked the whole picture with all its problems. Of course, new films have something to strive for, of course. But progress in comparison with the previous part is felt. I hope that "Disney" will stick to this path and eventually make a film that can compete with the first six parts.