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Star Wars: The Last Jedi 2017

Hated it.
As simple as that.
Terrible way to take the series to. I mean it's not as bad as the prequels, because the acting is quite all right, but it hits so many bullshit moments where I was facepalming every other scene it's unbelievable.

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Really poorly written. Can't believe there were so many predictable moments and moments filled with complete and utter pathos. So, so dissappointed.

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World Premiere Review: Vague, Spoiler-Free Edition

It was amazing. It still does nostalgic fan service, but nowhere near what Episode 7 or Rogue One felt like. It feels like its own film. It gets a little slow and repetitive in the last half of the first third of the film, but after the major show down in the middle of the film, it's non-stop action that's brilliantly paced. GO SEE IT!

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This was......... weirdly written.......... Somehow the characters you have never seen before get better emotional scenes than the ones you have. Holdo, who?

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Other than the paid critics, who liked this movie? So disappointing and a complete waste of my time and money. Rian Johnson should be fired from Disney. Well done Rian, I didn't think it was possible but you made a film worse than Star Wars Episode 1.

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totally and completely disappointing. The influence of Disney was more than obvious, what was with all the comic relief? this is star wars not The princess bride. The casino scene was totally out of scope, Luke was out of character and completely bad, and of course there was no plot or story, just a Mashup of the first three star wars. I want to thank all the actors and director who ruined the movie.

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It started off good the first few minutes then went downhill from there and never came back. It's a movie void of emotional depth and a film that treats their legacy characters like second class citizens. Disney just killed off another franchise. But hey, at least its better than VII because of the directing. But that still doesn't save this movie.

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Shout by Loreto Casale
2017-11-09T15:48:15-05:00— updated 2017-12-29T00:54:16-05:00

You're Demoted
This Is Not Going To Go The Way You Think

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Very simple: "Empire Strikes Back" is at the top. And right below it is "The Last Jedi"!!! In my humble opinion; This was so satisfying, so gratifying, and just amazing!! This time around, I decided to stay away from all the spoilers and rumors (I should've done that with "Force Awakens" and "Rogue One") and went in as a fan of the franchise, but more importantly as a fan of Movies in general. I'm not a critic nor an "expert" but I can tell you that Rian Johnson did a hell of a job!!!! It was a rollercoaster of emotions!! Hopefully J.J. Abrams will pick up where Rian left off and end the Skywalker saga with a bang!!! The franchise is in good hands, Rian Johnson just gave us a taste of what his "New Trilogy" is gonna be like. But don't take my word for it, nor the negative reviews either.....GO SEE IT!!!!!!!!

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Hell yeah, can't wait for this!

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I was so disappointed in this film. Many reasons, however my top 5 are below:
1. Luke Skywalker was a sulking version of his younger self. He is a Jedi master who can't control his emotions but pouts and argues and then goes back on his word. Mark Hamil and Luke' character deserved better.
2. Not a single light saber duel....
3. The final battle scene, though slightly exciting, was underwhelming. Kylo Ren, who can stop a blaster bolt in mid air, can barley defeat those red guards. It should have had Snokes fighting both of them, which leads into #4
4. Snokes character is just killed off...nothing spectacular, not a worthy death to someone so powerful
5. The whole casino plot...stupid

I had none of the nostalgia that the Force Awakens gave me. What is there to look forward to in the next film....what was set up? What questions do we have other than...why was the Last Jedi so lame...

Final thought....Superwoman Leah????

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I couldn't believe it. To be honest, it feels like a pilot for an awful series. Star Wars truly ended in 1983.

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Shout by Galileo5
2017-12-13T21:19:03-05:00— updated 2017-12-16T02:06:41-05:00

Not sure about this movie. I‘m a die hard, hardcore Star Wars fan, but something about this feels off. It may be true that this was better than TFA and R1, but I know for sure that I was a lot happier after those movies. Rey did not get proper training from Luke even though that was the whole reason why she went there and that was what we were hoping it would happen. It doesn’t. At least not anything that comes close to what Luke went through on Dagobah. Also ... Luke dies from exhaustion. Wtf. I loved the reveal after the big fight that was genius. But then he dies from exhaustion? C'mon now.

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Pure entertainment! As a fan of cinema but not so much the Star Wars saga (I liked the original three and Rogue One, basically) I found this installment to be a very entertaining film with heart, action and a good story. The cinematography is often breathtaking and the special effects are strong in this one. Perhaps one too many cliffhangers, but it's hard to fault a film for having too many action sequences. In a year that's had many disappointing big budget action films, The Last Jedi is one of the best.

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Too long, too silly and too Disney. This will be my LAST star wars movie.

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That was incredibly bad. Predictable and sø many weird scenes, avengers-like funny lines in serious situations. And that fucking weird attempt to sell more merchandise by adding that annoying bird, that's too fat to fly in irl.

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For me, it was better than TFA.

Yeah, at moments it was all over the place, but in the end everything came together really well. I did think the romance thing between Finn and Rose was awkward, I mean c'mon, we don't need romance everywhere. It brought nothing to the plot.
Kylo/Ben story line was an emotional roller coaster, had me torn between wanting to protect him and punching him in the face.
The Kylo and Rey vs. Snoke's guards bit was great, I liked how they worked so well as a team. I also enjoyed the scenes where they connected and talked through the Force.

Overall, I enjoyed it, it was entertaining. However, for me, Rogue One still takes the title for the best SW movie.

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What’s with the high rating? This movie was pretty shit. I dunno if it’s the non existent character development, what was the point of the Chinese girl character?? Or whether it’s just a cartoon I’ve long grown out off. Such a long film with so little substance, so little emotion, so forgettable. 5/10, mostly tedious.

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Force Awakens is far better. This was choppy, slow, plot-holey and in a couple of places cheap looking.
Still there are quite a few good bits (mostly with Rey), but don't fall for the critic hype.
(EDIT: After pondering this movie more, and reviewing my Star Wars films in order of greatness list https://trakt.tv/users/kanootcha/lists/star-wars-movies , I've come to the conclusion that, apart from the obvious exception of the first movie, it takes Lawrence Kasdan writing for a Star Wars film to really shine. I guess my theory will be put to the test next May when Solo, co-written by Kasdan, hits the screen.)

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Yoda 'nuff said

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This film was spectacular! It kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. It's exciting, epic, funny, nostalgic and all those other cool things. I can't wait for it to be released on home media!

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I really liked it. I walked out with a smile (slightly wistful, at the much greater role Princess Leia played). This film was clearly the new type of Star Wars movie. Not your grandfather's Star Wars by half.

Amused by the initial doubters and commenters who say the hated it. This was a hard act to follow the great (if by-the-numbers) Force Awakens and the stunner Rogue One, but I was continuously impressed by the way Rian Johnson pulled this one off. There were numerous places I expected the film to end on a cliffhanger, but was relieved that the plot point was extended a little bit more each time. I also like how they quietly included small nods to Rogue One as well.

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After my second viewing today I have to take back a couple of things of my first review (scroll down). I now realize that I have expected and hoped so much after waiting for two years that it distracted me from what was actually happening. I was waiting for so much I wanted to happen that it definitely took away from my first experience yesterday. Today I could enjoy it only for what it was not what I wanted it to be and I liked it a lot better.

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best star wars movie after rogue one

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

I loved it, but also underwhelming.
It provided some of the most beautiful shots, and character moments I've seen.
Some of the plot was baffling, had holes and felt unessassary.
The humour got laughs, but almost always felt forced.

7/10

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Whats next Disney?
Star Wars IX: The Jedi (Disney) Princess & Army of Crystal Foxes (ft. Elsa from Frozen)

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With tighter pacing, and no Kanto Bight, this would surpass The Force Awakens.
Still a good film with some outstanding moments nonetheless!

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Disney is destroying Star wars. I wish I can get my money back

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Why did this happen? Why does this movie exist?

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Absolute trash. Makes you wish George Lucas was back trolling you with Jar Jar binks.

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What an amazing episode. I love the direction they are taking it to. People want always everything to be connected or have a backstory. No it is not better then TESB but it is better then Force Awakens

Finally they are taking a new direction and that is good.

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The first half of the movie was a disappointment... It was more like a kids movie. The cute animals, the unfunny jokes and last but not least Leia Organa who flies through the universe, I mean what the f*ck?! That really doesn't make sense (like explosions in the outter-space but nevermind). Long story short, I wanted to leave the cinema after the first half.

But the second half of the movie was amazing. 9 / 10! I had goose bumps in every Luke Skywalker scene, nearly cried in the end #nohomo. One thing which still annoyed me was that scene where Finn was driving towards that big cannon and this chinese girl (forgot her name lol) stopped him. Then she said something about protect the people who you love and moral and bullsh!t. C'mon, it's not Grimms Fairytales...

5/10 for a Star Wars movie... it's a shame...

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A great universe turn into a total disaster. I regret so much the fact they don't adapt the Timothy Zann story which is by far the best Star Wars story I read. This sequel has no new ideas in 2 episodes, and continue to crunch the characters we loved and the spirit of the Jedi. A shame...

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Shout by Lee Brown Barrow
2017-12-16T07:51:21-05:00— updated 2017-12-17T08:11:49-05:00

I loved it I loved it I loved I loved it. It's not perfect but I still loved it. The film does pull the rug from under those people who have been theorising their own plot points for the last two years, and that may be why its garnered some hate. Put aside your expectations and you will probably love it too. Far better than the prequel trilogy too, so for those haters out there, be thankful the film isn't at such a low standard. Possibly in my top 3 Star Wars Movies - the original, the Star Wars Holiday Special, and this one. Okay, insert Empire instead of the festive blunder. The great fight scenes, deep character development, and that intriguing end makes me excited for the next one.

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Shout by SigHunter
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Spoilers2018-03-16T10:45:49-04:00— updated 2018-05-09T15:08:48-04:00

I did not expect much from the movie but I really hoped it would be good. I was disappointed.

Since this has become another level of boldly trashy I may not remember everything that annoyed me:
- Very obvious and flat story, feels recycled, like I have seen everything already in other Star Wars movies
(which worked for EP7, but at least EP7 had some niveau left)
- Everybody survives anything, you don't root for anyone because everyone is gonna survive anything anyways
- Bad jokes that make the movie very trashy
- Mediocre acting
- Nowadays everyone can use the force, without training
- Porgs that unnecessarily show up in about 8+ different scenes, because money
- Mediocre and mostly obvious CGI (in an AAA movie!!)
- Everytime one of those civilians/rebels/resistance says "may the force be with you" it made me cringe

EP8 is a movie for little kids, which is probably what Disney wants, because kids buy more merchandise (LEGO Dreadnought incoming...)

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Very few redeeming qualities in this movie

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STAR WARS finally broke free from STAR WARS.

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Not at all what I was expecting this to be. That's good as well as bad. There were some amazing moments that definitely live up to the Star Wars franchise but as a whole, I was a bit disappointed.

Finn's subplot didn't really have any consequences. You could've skipped that part entirely and the story wouldn't have been affected. I loved the legendary throne room fight sequence. Another little thing I loved was how Yoda was more like a puppet in the sequels than bad CGI of the prequels.

This is in no way a bad movie. I think I was just expecting a bit more. I enjoyed The Force wakens a lot more than this.

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This script was horrible.....beginning good and end was good…………highly disappointed in this film

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Generally speaking the whole movie was quite good and fun to watch. It had its comedy lines, without overdoing it, and the plot story i suppose it was okay. I didnt like two things though. First the scene with Rey being hostage of Supreme Leader Snoke. She had anywhere to go, and suddenly Kylo Ren decides to start a coup, and give her a chance to escape... I mean, come on. I dont think there was someone who believed that Rey will make ally with Kylo....Also Chewbacca came from nowhere-he had already picked up Rey- and they were in the field of battle in a blink of an eye. Οh and General Hux....what a retard.

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Absolutely awesome film, much better than the crap rouge one rubbish

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When Episode VIII is released, the Star Wars franchise will have spanned a period of forty years. I'm glad that the Star Trek motion picture franchise was compressed in comparison, though the Star Trek universe has already existed for fifty years. Aside from both being set in space, there really is no comparison except for my love of both with Star Trek being responsible for my career choice in computer technology. I also remember standing in the long line to see Star Wars in 1977 and again in 1979 for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Space, the final frontier...A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

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This is an 8~9 movie, but rating 10 as to offset all the delusional veteran fans.

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The porgs were the best part of this movie. That's how mediocre and uneven it is.

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Direction, effects, music, photography, acting, etc. was really amazing as always. Didn't like the story too much – was expecting something more like episodes VII or Rogue One, but was disappointed. Basically everything was predictable and there was a little too many joke moments (just like Marvel or Disney is used to in their other movies).
Maybe a rewatch of all of them can change my mind, but so far this is nearer to episode I than any other movie…

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2017-12-28T16:33:09-05:00— updated 2018-01-09T12:36:05-05:00

The overall story was excellent. That being said there were so many individual scenes that were unnecessary and had me actually saying "what the fuck" out loud in the cinema. Also many scenes where either the camera work was awful, or the choice of camera shot was terrible. Jokes seemed forced like the creators were saying "here laugh at this" even though it wasn't really that funny at all and just made it awkward. There were some epic parts that I really liked but overall didn't really enjoy it as much as I had hoped.

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a decent enough entry in the star wars franchise, and thankfully, not as much nostalgia this time around. disappointed with how easily Snoke was despatched, and the scene where Leia survives being in space by using the force was cringeworthy and almost made me laugh. take away the star wars name, and you have a decently good sci-fi adventure

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Kylo was the highlight - by far.

The Rose and Finn 'romance' was awkward and forced. They were also useless. Finn redeemed himself with actions later in the film but again Rose ruins it. Their story was saved by Benicio Del Toro and the casino scene.

Leia was evidently difficult for the writers to deal with and was poorly executed, she was another character that had a lot of useless on screen presence. I feel Poe was also wasted in this story line although was still the highlight of it.

Imagery was exceptional and a really great film overall with the aforementioned issues being the only of the film.

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It was ok, just that... Need it some more action because at times was boring.

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Bizzare writing decisions at a plodding pace, with the insulting addition of tons of elements purely for nostaliga or merchandising. What were they thinking?

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I’m very disappointed. This could have been so much more but fell flat.

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I can't wait, I love Star Wars

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"Star Wars: The Last Jedi"

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Star Wars is dead, The Last Jedi killed it.

It will subvert your expectations, if you expected a good film, something that makes sense or is a movie with the Star Wars in its name.

It was an attempt to cut ties to almost everything that came before but failed to rebuild something - anything - new. Each pointless aswell as stupid action/decision/plot twist is followed by the next, sprinkled in are many unnecesary jokes (to appeal to a younger target audience one wants to believe) and the viewer is left with a complete mess.

Compared to the legacy this movie has, it is by far the worst film I've ever seen!
If this would have the been first movie in the series, it would still count as a very bad way to pass your time.

On the other hand, it would have been quite the cringe parody (that no one asked for) if renamed accordingly.

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I was disappointed in every possible way. The only thing good about this movie was Daisy Ridley. Everything else was just disappointing.

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hello I'm rey, I know since 5 Minutes that I can use the force, Training? nah why. Im already more powerful than Luke, vader and Yoda together who cares if I and my friends are bad actors. there's also a whiney bad dude isnt that cool?

damn I wish Darth maul whipped my ass.

great example for good effects dont make a good Movie
a bad movie, it is.

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Hmmm. This is one of the hardest movies to review because of the mix of thoughts. There was a lot I liked and a lot I didn't like. Kylo Ren ended up being a pretty cool villain I suppose. It was full of amazing visuals, but that's normal for these movies. I did not like that it was full of dumb little "funny" comments and quips. That seemed to take away from the seriousness that was set up in the originals and it made it more of a kids Disney movie instead of an epic sci fi movie. But, I can't complain I guess. The more Star Wars the better.

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I almost didn't finish it - took me three sittings. But I sure wish I didn't. Plot holes, plot holes, plot holes. Do anything with the force - all with no training. Survive space? Check. Use like a phone to have conversations with people across the universe? Check.

Also - let's forget plots that were setup in TFA. Who is Snoke? How did he come into power? Nevermind - he's dumb and let's his protege use the force to kill him right in front of his face. What is the New Republic? The Resistance? The Rebels? First Order? WTF?

Anyway, it's crap.

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Star Wars, Empire Strikes back, Return of the Jedi, The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi... Funny, that's also the order of best to ehhhhhhhh not best

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I'd rather watch a 9 hour documentary on Jar-Jar Binks than rewatch this movie. RIP franchise.

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Awful movie with a bad story, clumsy characters and a very bar idea of continue the SW saga.

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It is a movie you watch once, curse to the movie gods and then never again. Yes, good acting. Yes, awesome action (fast paced even) but ungodly amounts of high school attempt of humor (if that). I mean, who finds it even remotely entertaining to see person A tries to eat a BBQ of animal B and animal B kids with Bamby eyes are looking sad and he is like ohhh man... ok, you are too cute, I cannot.. Is that for parents to have a fun moment with their 12 year old? Maybe, but do that with a Pixar movies, NOT Star Wars. And the dialogues... oh my... wanted to hit mute just so I could forget it (does not work... they stick). I feel embarrassed for the script writer who will be confronted by that nonsense for the rest of his/her carrer (I hope). It is like Jar Jar Binks is comming back to haunt us....

Oh, and 6 because it was fast paced and good action scenes. Also, the end scene is pretty cool. The brushes shoulders off bit was the only scene I had to chuckle. You will know what I mean.

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Shout by Mollyne-Sarah ANDINAÏK
2018-03-16T08:42:19-04:00— updated 2018-03-18T04:01:29-04:00

I don't understand why this amazing saga became such a disaster. When I see how walt disney ruines it I just want to cry. The only point is special effects. Unfortunatly the rest does not deserve of George Lucas.

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This movie was well over 45 minutes longer than it ever needed to be!! That's before the ending credits. I will personally edit it and see if I enjoy it more. All in all I did not like most of it. The Writer and Director should never be aloud to make any film again!! Amen

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I like this movie, because it has adventure, mystery and drama together and all the actors was playig really well. For me the best actor was Rey.

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great movie. the know world and very entertaining. but......

new but the same but new and sti
ll the same.

new characters to appeal to new audiences but seems a remake of the old proven story.

still enjoyed it very much.

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It's an okay movie.
It IS a beautfull movie, very well made.. but that's already expected from Disney.
Maybe I'm not so emotionaly compromissed with the franchise and that's why to me, it's only a 7/10.

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Daisy Ridley is the only passionate entity in this endless movie.

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There's been a lot of backlash from fans on this one, but I actually disagree. I actually liked this one better than the first one of this trilogy. It differs from other Star Wars movies in the fact that it doesn't take itself too seriously. Most Star Wars movies are serious and broody (and I am a hard core Star Wars fan, I grew up on Star Wars movie marathons, so that's not a complaint, just a fact). And so I can see where some of the sillier or humorous moments seem out of place. You also see a very different Luke which doesn't quite live up to the legend. But I felt a lot of these differences were a good thing. We've opened things up. We're done replicating and copying past movies and we're moving on. So, it's hard, but necessary. Overall, a good movie, fun to watch with some super exciting scenes to balance out some of the sillier scenes.

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I liked it.
It's not perfect. It's not the "Empire Strikes Back". But it is a good movie.
There are many things I did not like. First of all, the plethora of comedic moments. One or two can improve a serious movie, but there were too many of them here. Then the scene in which Leia floats in space, without an explanation whatsoever, what the hell? . The writing could have been better, some lines of dialogue didn't really click with me.

But, there are also many positives. The overall story is nice. Kylo/Ben managing to do what Vader failed to, killing and replacing his master, was a really nice scene.

The acting was good, although a bit over the top sometimes.

The cinematography was great. The scenes on the frozen planet looked stunning and the CGI of the various ships was super cool. There were some CGI animals/creatures, but I did not find in them the charm aliens had in the original movies.

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Is this movie (and trilogy) nothing new nor essential to the whole Star Wars universe? True, but I really enjoyed it and seeing the characters develop too (specially Kylo, thank God it got better). Now, my fear is that a day may come that I stop enjoying them and they start doing more damage than good (or neutral at least) to this universe. Cause, you know, Disney's like: "if can make millions for the next 15 years, what esle matters?"

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I liked it. I had a smile on my face as soon as the opening scroll started. Yes, there were predictable parts. But, I felt the movie kept going forward, and the visuals were outstanding. The space battles blew my mind; loved it. I also enjoyed the acting, and the introduction of new characters. I thought it was an improvement from The Force Awakens; now that was a predictable movie. I was able to avoid seeing the trailer before the movie, too. That was a first in a long time.

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I really didn't realise how much I was looking forward to this movie until I was about half way through.

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The Last Jedi tore a lightsaber through my expectations, but delivered in so many ways. It's very rare these days for a movie to be backed so packed full of storyline and intrigue...especially one that runs at 153 minutes.

The cast were universally brilliant, but Adam Driver's stand-out performance was masterful, and Kellie Marie Tran was a surprise hit for me.

There were some strange comedy beats that didn't quite sit right for me, but I suspect this was still when my assumptions about The Last Jedi were still being screwed with.

Rian Johnson's direction was wonderful with so many beautiful visual treats woven together by an utterly captivating story. I can't wait to see what he has in store when he gets his own Start Wars trilogy.

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Awesome continuation of the saga. Although some of the negative fan criticism it’s still over all a good movie.

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I really liked it!
This movie was AWESOME!
I miss Carrie Fisher. She was so talented.
Luke at the end was AMAZING!
Finn and Rose were so good working together.
Rey is so powerful. Poe was genius.
I want to see more.

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First off, I didn't hate it. I know lots of people did for whatever reason, but I didn't hate it. Did I love it? No. I actually enjoyed the random bits of humour, although I did find myself laughing alone more than once. Overall I'd say it was not at all what I expected, but that's probably a good thing when it comes to Star Wars. We need new things in these movies, not just a series of winks and nods to the old ones.

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I liked it. Better then "Rogue One" (although it is completly different story) but not as good as "The Force Awakens". Maybe becouse the latter played well on nostalgia note. Some scenes in "The Last Jedi" could easily be removed and it would do a favour to the movie. (especially the one with Leia "Space Drifter" Organa).

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No spoilers here. Great follow up in the previous installment. Builds and what is there, but takes some unexpected twists that make it fun to explore and discover. I won't go into depth to keep the spoilers away, but I had a great time at the movies tonight. 8/10

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the movie tries new things but still mantain certain formula elements.
the different lines are well done, but others are FAR more interesting than others.
acting is fine.
my overall score is 7/10.

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