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Rating 217584 Votes
Colin Trevorrow
Directed by J.J. Abrams
release Date 2019
Description Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker is a movie starring Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, and Adam Driver. The surviving members of the resistance face the First Order once again, and the legendary conflict between the Jedi and
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What on earth did I just watch. There is so much to process I know I'm gonna miss things out. there is a LOT going on in this film, whether that be bad or good. br> Quick set up. I grew up on the prequels they have a special place in my heart but they aren't that great and I can live with that. The original trilogy is the gold standard for trilogies in my opinion. I thought that TFA was good but just A New Hope remade slightly differently. However I really really liked TLJ, yes I know I'm in the minority. loved its brave and bold choices even if I didn't like all of them.
Now we have The Rise of Skywalker. I still think its a terrible title now like I did when it was announced. Lets start with the positives there are some really really good parts in this mess of a film. Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver. whenever either of them or both of them are on screen. the film is great. The story of Kylo Ren and Rey has been the best part of the sequel trilogy in all of the films. and Episode 9 doesn't disappoint! Their chemistry is really good and there is real character arc/ development. loved both of their performances. br> The force connection between them is emotional and the heart beat of the film. It is best shown when they are fighting. sort of what Rian Johnson started to play with in Episode 8. for me its fresh, new and exciting. although it stretches the boundaries of Star Wars lore. I think the endings to both characters was fitting. Rey, revealed as a Palpatine and killing the Emperor. winning essentially. but the revival of Ben Solo and the death of Kylo Ren was the best part of the film for me. I had no idea Harrison Ford was in the film. extremely good part. Thats pretty much it for the things I liked. br> Now the things I didn't like. this film has way way too much going on and it doesn't really deliver on any of them fully. It is trying to be a sequel to TFA whilst ignoring TLJ. but also trying to connect to the original and prequel trilogies. This film is trying to be Episodes 8 and 9 at the say time. who is to blame for this J.J Abrams. no. Rian Johnson. no. Kathleen Kennedy 100% yes. This film demonstrates that there was never a plan for this trilogy from the outset. HOW is that aloud to happen. br> The story is weak and thin. and all over the place. There is no stakes or tension in the film because whenever any is presented it is instantly taken away because the film is moving so fast and needs it to be resolved. and well characters flip and change their minds or are in the right place at the right time. Keri Russell's character, one second wants to kill Poe. then the next is helping the group and giving up her one way ticket to freedom. br> There is a lot in the film that doesn't add up, characters just appear from know where really quickly or find out what there meant to do instantaneously. I understand the Kylo and Rey stuff cause well I can buy thats the force doing that. but everyone else no just no. also Palpatine back no explanation, he just didn't die. How does this connect to the Skywalker saga really, and the story of Anakin Skywalker the chosen one. Does Rey's power undermine Anakin/Vader. The Final Order. how so many ships, how did all the people live on that planet. Planet killing star destroyers really. br> Finally there was a huge huge miss opportunity. we heard their voices but I desperately wanted to see them. I am pretty confident I heard, Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Liam Neeson, Frank Oz and Samuel L Jackson's voices telling Rey to rise up. I so desperately wanted force ghosts, It would have connected all the films together better. a small couple of minutes not much. I'm so bummed Overall I'm trying to be kind to this film 65% out of 100 its ok/average and that is me being kind. there are few things I liked about the film but those things I really really liked. However the majority was boring and forgettable, the re-watchability of this film is probably gonna be the lowest of the sequel trilogy for me. Episode 9 is the worst out of 7,8,9. I'm sorry. Does this now mean that the prequels will be looked back in a better light. I'd take Revenge of the Sith over any of these any day. What a sad end.
Disney has to be desperate to be dropping this much behind the scenes so soon. Star wars 天行者的崛起 徽章. Star wars 天行者的崛起】 特?献映版影片. Between 1977 and 1983 The first 3 star wars movies were released They are still loved today Between 1999 and 2005 The next 3 star wars movies were released They are hated by some and will be loved by those who enjoy these movies Between 2015 and 2019 The last 3 star wars films for the saga will have been released They have views from all sides but when you really think about it All these movies will be loved by all future generations. May the force be with you. No joke I started crying when C3P0 said, Taking one last look at my friends sir.
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Imagine him watching the actual movie in the cinema. Yawn Rey goes against the first order. will she succeed? Of course she will, she's a Mary Sue. How about some props for 14:54 when they take out Thanos. So shes the daughter of Qira. Makes sense, as in Solo: A Star Wars Story, Qira went to the Sith that was killed in in the first episodes. Timelines also make sense. Yes. Nice one. Edit: Daughter of Qira and Darth Maul? Makes sense. In the end of the Solo movie, DMaul said, he wants “closer cooperation” with her. GUYS THE LEGEND IS SOLVED.
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A great disturbance was felt in the Force today ? as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in joy and kept on cheering. That’s because J. J. Abrams gave us the greatest present in this or any far, far away galaxy: Our first glimpse of the ninth installment in the main Star Wars series, now officially known as Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. (Watch the trailer above. ) Due in theaters on Dec. 20, The Rise of Skywalker marks the end of the post- Return of the Jedi trilogy that began with 2015’s The Force Awakens and continued in 2017’s The Last Jedi. But it’s also expected to be the final chapter in the entire Skywalker Saga, which now spans three sets of trilogies produced between 1977 and 2019 led by Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and the late Carrie Fisher. That means Abrams’s film will incorporate storylines and themes from the prequel trilogy and the original trilogy, in addition to the most recent episodes.?So, you know, no pressure, J. View photos Scene from ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ (Disney/Lucasfilm) In addition to the anticipated return of Hamill’s Luke Skywalker (now as a Force ghost), The Rise of Skywalker will mark Fisher’s final film appearance, with Abrams incorporating previously unused footage of her Leia. In addition to returning favorites like Chewbacca, R2-D2 and C-3PO, the film will also welcome back Billy Dee Williams’s Lando Calrissian and (surprise! ) Emperor Palpatine from the original trilogies, as well as returning new-trilogy characters like Daisy Ridley’s Rey, John Boyega’s Finn, Oscar Isaac’s Poe Dameron, Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren, Kelly Marie Tran’s Rose Tico, and Domhnall Gleeson’s Hux. The first teaser, which debuted on Friday at Star Wars Celebration (watch above), offers audiences a glimpse at the final installment of the decades-long Skywalker saga. Here are a few Easter eggs you may have missed. The meanings of the title View photos The poster for ‘Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker’ (Disney/Lucasfilm) Like The Last Jedi before it, The Rise of Skywalker is a title loaded with possible meanings. The only literal Skywalkers in the current trilogy are Luke and Leia and, as of the last film, General Organa is still the leader of the Resistance, so the title could refer to her eventual triumph over the First Order. On the other hand, there’s Kylo Ren (born Ben Solo), a devoted disciple of his grandfather, Anakin Skywalker. The title does seem to deliberately recall Revenge of the Sith, in terms of?the transformation that led Anakin to embrace the Dark Side. (Remember that one of the first words that Anakin heard as Darth Vader was Palpatine’s command to, “ Rise. ”)?Could the “rise of Skywalker” mean that Kylo is succeeding in restoring his father’s evil empire? The return of Emperor Palpatine (heard laughing at the end of the trailer), who mentored Anakin and died (or so we thought) at Luke’s hand, further complicates things: No one has been more personally entangled in the Skywalkers’ dark legacy. Finally, there’s the popular fan theory that Rey, despite The Last Jedi establishing that her parents were non-entities, is herself a Skywalker. She may also be simply the spiritual heir to Luke Skywalker. And like that blue bread she ate at the beginning of The Force Awakens, this Jedi is ready to rise. Emperor Palpatine, back from the dead View photos Ian McDiarmid at the ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ panel at Star Wars Celebration (Photo by Rob Grabowski/Invision/AP) That familiar-sounding laugh at the end of the trailer is indeed Emperor Palpatine, a. k. a. Darth Sidious. Ian McDiarmid, who appeared before a surprised crowd at Celebration, will reprise his role as young Anakin’s dark mentor from the prequel trilogy, and Darth Vader’s Sith master from Return of the Jedi. There’s just one thing: In Return of the Jedi, Darth threw Palpatine down a reactor shaft rather than let him kill Luke with force lightning. Chances seem good that he’s a just Force ghost now, but who knows ? something even more sinister may be afoot. Lando is our co-pilot View photos The return of Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian (Disney/Lucasfilm) Not only has Han’s best frenemy returned to the franchise, he’s back in the pilot seat of the Millennium Falcon, making the jump into hyperspeed with Chewie by his side. Plus, he’s wearing Donald Glover’s outfit from Solo, so we know he’s kept his cape collection in immaculate condition for all these years. Rey’s new moves View photos Rey leaps over Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer (Disney/Lucasfilm) Our heroine’s Jedi skills have increased since her time on Ahch-To. That astonishing leap over Kylo Rey’s TIE Silencer is reminiscent of Luke’s Sarlacc-escaping back flip in Return of the Jedi ? but even more badass. The Medal of bravery View photos The Medal of Honor (Disney/Lucasfilm) The gold insignia seen in someone’s hands looks familiar for a reason: It’s the medal that Princess Leia awarded to Han Solo and Luke Skywalker for their bravery in the Battle of Yavin, at the end of A New Hope. Looks like it may get a new recipient: maybe Rey, Finn, Poe, Rose, or even (dare we say it) a reformed Kylo? There’s a new droid in town View photos BB-8 and D-0 (Disney/Lucasfilm) Introduced at the Episode IX panel prior to the trailer premiere, BB-8’s new robot pal makes a quick cameo in the trailer. The tiny, one-wheeled droid is named D-O. Deceased Death Star View photos Rey looks out at the Death Star (Disney/Lucasfilm) Take a close look at the shot of Rey gazing out to sea: that’s the husk of the Death Star in the ocean. Or at least, one of the Death Stars. Rey could be staring at the original New Hope Death Star?on Yavin 4, which the comics have revealed as Poe Dameron’s onetime home and the location of a Force tree given to his parents by Luke. Alternately, Rey is on Endor, where Death Star No. 2 was destroyed in Return of the Jedi. Seems like she’s thinking hard about the legacy of the Rebellion, or maybe just about all those independent contractors. Luke is the new Obi-Wan View photos Daisy Ridley as Rey in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ (Disney/Lucasfilm) Mark Hamill’s voiceover in this trailer sounds an awful lot like the wisdom that Force-ghost Obi-Wan Kenobi gave Luke in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. That places Rey, once again, in Luke’s position, listening to advice like, “We’ve passed on all we know. A thousand generations live in you now. But this is your fight. ” Also note that his last line ? “No one’s ever really gone” ? is the same thing he said to Leia before his death in The Last Jedi. (Sniffle. ) Jabba skiff 2. 0 View photos Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron and John Boyega as Finn (Disney/Lucasfilm) What is that strange vehicle that Poe, Finn and C-3PO are commandeering in a fast-paced desert battle? It’s reminiscent of Jabba’s desert skiff, which transports prisoners Luke, Han and Chewbacca (and incognito Lando) to the Great Pit of Carkoon in Return of the Jedi. That original scene took place on Luke’s home planet of Tatooine, so perhaps this one is set on Rey’s own desert planet, Jakku. Farewell to Leia View photos Leia, played by Carrie Fisher, embracing Rey, played by Daisy Ridley (Disney/Lucasfilm) We don’t entirely know how Leia’s storyline will be handled in The Rise of Skywalker, given the limited amount of Carrie Fisher footage available to J. Abrams. The idea that she’ll never reconcile with her son is heartbreaking. But the shot of Rey and Leia in a tearful embrace suggests that at least one character will get to wish her a proper goodbye. The mask is back View photos Kylo Ren’s repaired helmet (Disney/Lucasfilm) Kylo destroyed his distinctive full-face helmet in The Last Jedi, after Supreme Leader Snoke mocked him for wearing it. In the trailer, we see him welding it back together, with deep red lines marking the seams. Prepare to see less of Adam Driver’s face this time around. Rocketeer stormtroopers View photos A jet-packed stormtrooper (Disney/Lucasfilm) The First Order troops have upgraded their arsenal in every film, and this one’s no exception; check out the Stormtroopers hurtling towards the camera with jetpacks in a cloud of desert sand. Tour the galaxy View photos Mystery planet (Disney/Lucasfilm) Two distinct planetary landscapes play a major role in the trailer, and it’s hard to say if we’ve seen them before. One is covered in rock crags, with oceans and forested settlements; it could conceivably be Endor. The other is a rocky desert planet, which lacks the distinctive salt cover of Crait, but might be Tatooine or (more likely) Jakku. What we didn’t see View photos An image of Jannah (Naomi Ackie) revealed at Star Wars Celebration (Disney/Lucasfilm) Lucasfilm still has a few reveals up its Jedi-robe sleeve. The teaser didn’t show new character Jannah (Naomi Ackie), whose image was revealed at Celebration; Keri Russell’s unknown character; many of the new aliens teased during the Episode IX panel; the current incarnations of Luke and Darth Sidious; or Kylo’s much-discussed crew, the Knights of Ren. Star Wars:?The Rise of Skywalker opens in theaters on Dec. 20. Read more from Yahoo Entertainment: Disney’s ‘Star Wars’: Galaxy’s Edge theme park: The latest details about opening date, characters, food, merchandise and more Mark Hamill takes us inside his extreme makeover from Jedi Knight to ‘Knightfall’ J. Abrams announces the end of ‘Star Wars: Episode IX’ with heartfelt photo: ‘I’m forever indebted to you all’ Want daily pop culture news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo Entertainment & Lifestyle’s newsletter.
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