Star Wars: The Last Jedi Special

azebz 2023/01/06



In a galaxy far, far away, the Resistance led by General Leia Organa is on the run from the First Order. The Resistance fighters are outnumbered and outgunned, but they continue to fight for freedom and justice in this epic space opera.

The movie begins with the First Order attacking the Resistance fleet. They use a new technology that allows them to track the Resistance’s ships through hyperspace, making it impossible for them to escape. Poe Dameron leads a daring mission to destroy the First Order’s tracker, but not without causing significant damage to his own fleet along the way.

Meanwhile, Rey travels to Ahch-To guidance from Luke Skywalker in hopes of learning how to harness her powers as a Jedi. At first reluctant to train her, Luke eventually agrees after sensing that Rey is strong with the Force.

Kylo Ren continues his internal struggle between light and dark as he seeks to prove himself worthy of being Supreme Leader Snoke’s apprentice. Snoke manipulates Kylo into killing his own father, Han Solo, causing Kylo even more inner turmoil.

Back at the Resistance base, Finn teams up with Rose Tico on a secret mission to disable the First Order’s ability to track their ships. Along the way, they meet a codebreaker who helps them infiltrate Snoke’s ship but betrays them at a crucial moment.

In one of the most iconic scenes in Star Wars history, Kylo and Rey team up against Snoke and his guards in an epic lightsaber battle. It seems like they might be able to defeat him together until Kylo reveals his true intentions and tries to convince Rey to join him on the dark side.

As the movie reaches its climax, all factions converge on Crait for one final showdown. The Resistance fighters bravely defend themselves against waves of First Order troops while waiting for help from their allies across the galaxy.

Luke finally makes an appearance on Crait when all seems lost, coming to the rescue of his sister and the Resistance. He confronts Kylo Ren in an intense lightsaber duel that ends up being more of a mind game than anything else.

In the end, Luke sacrifices himself to buy time for the remaining Resistance fighters to escape. Rey must come to terms with her own abilities as she takes up the mantle of a Jedi while Finn and Rose lead a new generation of freedom fighters.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a thrilling addition to the saga, full of epic battles, thrilling twists, and emotional moments that will leave audiences on the edge of their seats.




As a lifelong Star Wars fan, I was eagerly anticipating the release of “The Last Jedi” in 2017. However, after walking out of the theater, I couldn’t help but feel disappointed and confused by the direction that the film had taken.

One of my biggest issues with “The Last Jedi” was the way it treated characters from previous films. Luke Skywalker, who had always been portrayed as a hero and beacon of hope, was reduced to a bitter and disillusioned old man who had given up on everything he once believed in. It felt like a betrayal to his character and left me feeling unsatisfied with his arc.

Similarly, General Leia Organa’s role in the film felt underutilized and lacking in substance. Despite her established leadership skills and strength as a character, she spent most of her screen time unconscious or incapacitated. While this may have been due to real-life circumstances surrounding Carrie Fisher’s death, it still left me feeling like something was missing from her storyline.

Another issue I had with “The Last Jedi” was its pacing. The film attempted to juggle multiple plotlines at once - including Rey’s training with Luke, Finn and Rose’s mission to disable the First Order’s tracking device, and Poe D’s attempts to stage a mutiny against General Holdo - but failed to balance them effectively. As a result, there were moments where the film felt disjointed and rushed.

Despite these criticisms, there were still elements of “The Last Jedi” that I enjoyed. Adam Driver’s portrayal of Kylo Ren/Ben Solo was one of the highlights for me - his internal struggle between light and dark made for compelling viewing. Additionally, Mark Hamill gave an excellent performance as Luke Skywalker despite my misgivings about his character arc.

Visually speaking, “The Last Jedi” is stunning. The special effects are top-notch and the scenes set on the planet Crait - with its red salt-covered surface - were particularly striking.

In conclusion, “The Last Jedi” left me feeling conflicted. While there were aspects of the film that I enjoyed, such as Adam Driver’s performance and the visual effects, there were too many missteps for me to fully embrace it. The treatment of beloved characters like Luke Skywalker and General Leia Organa felt like a letdown and the multiple plotlines made for uneven pacing. While I appreciate director Rian Johnson’s attempts to take the franchise in a bold new direction, I can’t help but feel like “The Last Jedi” missed the mark.



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As a child, I was moved by the movie “The Bad News Bears Go to Japan” where Japanese professional baseball players and American actors performed in front of a large audience. This made me fall in love with the movie. This blog is my review of the movie that I actually saw. Please use it as a reference when renting movies.

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