Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker (2019) 1080p

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Genres:
Action | Adventure
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
2.61G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
142 min
IMDB Rating:
6.8 / 10 
MPR:
PG-13
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Directors: J.J. Abrams [Director] ,


Movie Description:
While the First Order continues to ravage the galaxy, Rey finalizes her training as a Jedi. But danger suddenly rises from the ashes as the evil Emperor Palpatine mysteriously returns from the dead. While working with Finn and Poe Dameron to fulfill a new mission, Rey will not only face Kylo Ren once more, but she will also finally discover the truth about her parents as well as a deadly secret that could determine her future and the fate of the ultimate final showdown that is to come.

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Reviews

Insulting

Absolutely a disgrace to writing and cinematography. Breaks established lore, pacing is horrendous, several things are just left in the movie and never followed up upon, and you do not have time to connect with any characters. It is so terrible that it is not even fun to make fun of it, it just makes you sad.

Eh...

Look, I'm not an avid Star Wars fan. I grew up with this sequel trilogy and was introduced to the prequel and the original movies as a young kid. I do love the movies and consider myself a fan. To be honest, I think that this new trilogy was pretty terrible. Some scenes and moments were great, but it's no way comparable to the originals. I think it was a stupid idea from Disney to completely sideline George Lucas, the CREATOR of Star Wars, and think that they could replicate the same emotional and cultural impact the prior six episodes had on us. I mean, like I can't. These sequel films were just so derivative of the original three films. I know this is called "Star Wars", but honestly, it was just a bland, unorganized war story in space that had the literally the same villian, the same mastermind, the same forces (an order and a rebellion), etc. It was just the same story. What I cherished about the prequels is that it provided us with different, but relevant themes of good and evil, family, community, etc. It still had conflict, but it had some emotional weight. The sequels were none of that. It was just a copy of the original three like mentioned earlier. They introduce new characters that they never thoroughly develop and make them into the main characters of the story, while making the returning characters the center of the spotlight. I understand that they needed to conclude their storylines, but they're no longer the center of these movies. They had their time, they need to move on. It would've been better if they fleshed out the trio, made them likeable, but realistic and relatable characters, while having the old characters in the picture, but not having them as protagonists, and providing them with satisfying conclusions. But, they just added the new cast and old cast together, which makes them unable to develop anyone because now there is a ton of characters to account for. These movies had amazing effects, music, and great acting, but the writing, plot, and characterization extremely impacted the product. If I were Disney, I'd fire Kathleen Kennedy, bring someone extremely dedicated and familiar with Star Wars like Jon Favreau or Dave Filoni to become President, bring George Lucas back into the picture, and redo this trilogy because this was a disservice to Lucas' work. I hope that someone can bring this franchise back to prosperity.

I Rather Watch Mamma Mia Than this!

Or yet another Ghostbusters!

That is how atrocious the directing is. I could utter every word before the characters said them. So cliche-ridden.
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