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
Many fans and audiences were disappointed by how this film disregarded several of the plot threads started in Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), and how it answered some of its lingering questions. Writer/director Rian Johnson stated in interviews that he had read J.J. Abrams' script for The Force Awakens, but to his knowledge, there was never an overarching story outline for the trilogy that he had to adhere to. Lucasfilm executives, including Kathleen Kennedy, gave Johnson full creative freedom to develop the story as he saw fit, and they were reportedly enthusiastic about some of his more controversial choices. See more »
SPOILER: Leia Organa is so powerful with the force that she can fly through space like Superman, yet when the rebels are trapped they must rely on Rey's ability to remove the rocks even though Leia is with them.
Clarification: While Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back established that the weight of the object being moved is irrelevant to use of the Force, it has also established that the perceived weight of objects creates a psychological barrier to anyone untrained in use of the Force. The number of objects and the ability to see an object does have an impact on the ease with which the Force can be used to move things. Moving one object one direction in a weightless, frictionless environment is a relatively rudimentary use of the Force, while simultaneously controlling the movement of several dozen multi-ton objects, some of which aren't visible to the force-user in question is drastically more difficult. Also, one instance instinctive use of the Force under extreme physical duress is not the same as continuous, willful use of the Force. See more »
I am all for interracial relationships... honestly they are a beautiful thing... but this one was so forced and out of nowhere that boggles the mind.
Then the coincidences: they happen to have a robot with the.. they happen to be thrown in the same jail as... they happen to have matching speeds...
When did Star Wars become a cheap joke????
Elsewhere, aaron_kyle writes a review and 5 minutes later has 100 upvotes for his 'review.' This shyster is upvoting himself.
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