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Three decades after the Empire's defeat, a new threat arises in the militant First Order. Defected stormtrooper Finn and the scavenger Rey are caught up in the Resistance's search for the missing Luke Skywalker.
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Luke's X-wing is very clearly badly damaged in The Last Jedi, as one of the wing panels is missing, because it's used as the door to Luke's hut. Yet somehow it's perfectly functional in this movie, after being left fully immersed in the sea and unmaintained for ten years. See more »
Every since Star Wars was released back in 1977, it was, in a way, meant for kids. Due to its giant success, it was more for everyone than just the kids. Its simple but effective storytelling and its universe created more stories and world-building which gain a much bigger fanbase. Now, we are here with the ending of a continuing saga from 40 years with The Rise of Skywalker.
Some people think Star Wars is just starships and space battles when there's more to that, even the fans from the beginning knows this. You can like the movies as it is: lightsaber fights, comedic relief, visuals, and explosions. What some people don't care about is the fanbase that cares about Star Wars more than they do and how it hurts them. Sure, they are harsh at some points but that's because they care about this universe that made them who they are. The more successful a popular thing is, the larger people will stick with it. The large amount people there are, the more defenses they'll become.
The Rise of Skywalker (or this sequel trilogy as a whole) has been quite a mess with it's story and characters. Hate what you will about Episode VII, but I liked the route the were taking with the new characters and Episode VIII and IX butchered it. For people saying it has a good story, go back and watched the other movies in released order and watched the Clone Wars TV show (or research the lore of Star Wars but that'll probably won't be worth your time since it's quite long) then, looked at the Disney Star Wars films. Say what you will about the prequels, at least they have a good story...just terribly executed. The sequel trilogy has good execution but poor storytelling.
This movie will be talked about for years from a growing fanbase to a divided one.
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