Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi (2017)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Adventure, Fantasy


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Rey develops her newly discovered abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker, who is unsettled by the strength of her powers. Meanwhile, the Resistance prepares for battle with the First Order.

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29 July 2018 | nby-83430
IMDB will shut down user reveiws
That is my prediction. IMDB will shut down user reviews.

I borrowed this film (and the other one by Disney The Force Awakens) for free from the library and watched them over the weekend. These two films are so boring and unhip. They are so bad and boring one would think they made them annoying on purpose.

Reading reviews one notices that the fans and users have noticed it (then who are the people who keep giving these people a billion dollars??). So the same way that IMDB shut down its forums so people cannot point out the flaws and mock these films I predict IMDB will now shut down truth telling by shutting down user reviews.

Disney is very disappointing.

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Trivia

The novelization begins with a dream sequence in which Luke imagines how his life would be had he not left with Ben. In this scenario (reminiscent of the novel and movie The Last Temptation Of Christ) Luke is married to Camie, who appears in the deleted scenes with Biggs from A New Hope, living a contented life as a client farmer under the Empire. Among other details is the fact that the Empire has apparently exterminated the Tusken Raiders.


Quotes

Resistance Evacuation Officer: We're not clear yet. There are still 30 pallets of cannon shells in C bunker.
Lieutenant Connix: Forget the munitions, there's no time. Just get everyone on the transports.
Lieutenant Connix: Oh, no.


Goofs

During the low-speed chase, the First Order chases the Rebel fleet until its ships run out of fuel. When they do run out of fuel, the First Order ships are able to overtake them and destroy them.

This makes absolutely no sense, as the laws of physics dictate that an object's inertial movement will keep it moving at the same rate absent any external force. The chase is taking place in the vacuum of space, so even if the ships do run out of fuel, they'll continue to move at the same speed they did when their thrusters were functioning properly. There's no friction in space, so until the ships get caught in some massive object's (such as a planet's or star's) gravitational field, they would continue to move at the same speed, potentially for years, decades, centuries, or even millennia.


Crazy Credits

The stars that form the backdrop for the end credits are exactly the same stars as the stars from the backdrop for the end credits of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) .


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The Long Goodbye
Written by
Johnny Mercer, John Williams

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Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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