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
When Daisy Ridley was later asked if she loved the Porgs from this film or "Baby Yoda" from The Mandalorian (2019), she responded that she loved Baby Yoda. One of the reasons was that, because during the many interviews she made for this film, she was frequently asked about the Porgs, until she grew tired of it. See more »
SPOILER: Finn and Rose crash right in front of the battering ram cannon, which is shown to be heavily guarded. The enemy forces are under a "no prisoners" order. How were the heroes able to traverse the great distance back the mine's entrance without being attacked? Because Kylo Ren issued an order to have all guns fire on Luke Skywalker, therefore the enemy's attention was divided. Furthermore, it is shown that there is a trench they could take refuge in, which other soldiers are shown using.
Finn and Rose crash directly in front of the First Order troops and well before Luke shows up. Also the trench that they could have, but didn't, gone to was much closer to the Resistance base than it was to the First Order troops. They would have still had to cross a large amount of open ground before reaching safety. See more »
I have no explanation for this piece of junk other than that someone at Disney really hates Star Wars for being bigger than Mickey Mouse. This is not a movie. This is a planed assassination of the Star Wars myth, lore and legend.
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