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Star Wars: The Last Jedi
星际大战: 最后绝地

Opening Date
14 Dec 2017
PG Some Violence
152 mins
English with Chinese subtitles
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Rian Johnson
Daisy Ridley, Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Gwendoline Christie, Mark Hamill
Having taken her first steps into a larger world in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Rey continues her epic journey with Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker in the next chapter of the saga.
By Edric  20 Dec 2017
The Last Jedi is down right entertaining and you should watch it (maybe) this holiday season.
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It has been a while since The Last Jedi sneaked into cinemas around the world to a mixed reaction online. Seriously, we had fans that telling us how awesome the movie was and next moment we’re on Facebook reading how much the movie trashed the Star Wars canon.
*Spoilers Ahead. Warned you have been.*
The Last Jedi follows on the character development of the latest new members from The Force Awakens, expanding on their background stories in a fun and sometimes, hilarious way. Maybe that’s where I felt a disturbance in the Force.
The Last Jedi starts in a somber mood. The New Republic has been defeated and the Resistance is once again on the run. Not to mention Poe’s rash actions left the Rebels with a Pyrrhic victory and a bitter pill for Leia’s to swallow. Is there room for comedy in Star Wars?
For writer/director Rian Johnson, maybe there is and he found ways to inject comedy when he could to humanize characters in ways we never thought they had. Fortunately The Last Jedi isn’t in the running for 2017’s comedy of the year. But don’t fault Johnson’s take on this angle. His similar treatment of Luke Skywalker is brilliant. Not only has he mirrored Luke’s frustrating first meeting with Yoda on Dagobah, Johnson has also made Luke’s encounter with Rey his own.  Here an old senile Luke Skywalker, who is broken, rejected and reclusive who has spent much of his years in isolation only to have his peace shattered by a girl from nowhere.
The Last Jedi ends on a note that suggests that Luke Skywalker probably still has as a place in Episode IX. That’s beside the point when we’re in the third generation of space family drama started by Qui-Gon Jinn.
Our Verdict
The Last Jedi is downright entertaining and you should watch it (maybe) this holiday season. The problem with the film comes after reflecting on the movie (like me trying to write this review) where you find glaring problems all over the place. There are also many anticlimactic scenes, but fortunately, they’re comical. The Last Jedi ends with a sobering scene with only a handful of Rebels. Or perhaps Johnson has carefully killed the old Star Wars we knew and paved the way for a new generation of Star Wars fans to rewrite the canon. It will be interesting to see how J.J. Abrams picks up the series when he returns to direct Episode IX. Now if you don’t mind me, I need my fix of epic space battles from Rogue One.
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Featurette - Behind-the-scenes
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