Disney should pull Rian Johnson from whatever else he is making. This was literally the first SW movie I didn’t like when I saw it in theaters. It makes people feel better and like a “real” fan to down other people. He is obviously insecure and feels the need to trash you
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A movie can’t be judged by how much it makes the first weekend. If it says Star Wars on it it will get this kind of response. I’m going to see it again to see if I like it any better. I’ve been a fan since the 90s true fans like me love every Star Wars film made the last Jedi was awesome and I live alone in my own house. Well, snowflake, I loved this movie and so did my friends. Stop yapping at you speak for everyone. Sit down and keep your mouth shut! Star Wars pew pew. I loved the extended ship chase plotline and the side character casino subplot, what a perfect continuation of The Force Awakens and the saga as a whole. Truly the best possible story that could have been told. Like opening Finn’s eyes up to the larger conflict in the galaxy and transforming his loyalty to Rey into loyalty to the Resistance as well as the galaxy at large thereby significantly pushing forward his character arc and turning him into a different Finn than the Finn we met at the beginning of TFA?
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Jesus guys, even The Phantom Menace, and Attack of the Clones had more important and interesting scenes combined than 3/4 of this movie. This film is atrocious and an insult to the Star Wars franchise. It was a beautiful piece of cinematography and storytelling. When Skywalker milks a quantitated elephant seal and skols its warm blue milk I cried. And how can you ignore the masterfully portrayed villainy of General Hux, upholding the legacy of Tarkin. The humour in this film was delivered effortlessly paying homage to the original films whilst appeasing Millenials with its use of your mum jokes and shoulder flicks. My only criticism is that Johnson neglected to include a dabbing Ewok. But by far the greatest aspect of this film was how seamlessly it flowed on from The Force Awakens. I particularly liked how Johnson continues the mystery behind Rey, Snoke, Phasma and Skywalker from TFA, leaving endless opportunity to reveal their back stories in the final film. Overall I can’t wait to see the final installment of Spaceballs.