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The title of "Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi" was first published in Spain and translated to "Los Últimos Jedi," meaning the title is plural. In Italy too it has been translated as "Gli Ultimi Jedi" (plural) See more »
At the end of The Force Awakens, when Rey meets Luke Skywalker for the first time, Luke's prosthetic hand is clearly exposed as he lowers his hood. However, when this scene is repeated at the beginning of The Last Jedi, Luke's prosthetic hand is covered up by a glove. See more »
[to Kylo Ren]
You are no Vader. You are just a child in a mask.
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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 See more »
Disney, You should be proud of Yourself - this blatant, mindless and disgusting flick of Yours led me to write my first IMDB review and receive 1/10 rating.
You've done the impossible: You've almost killed a very lucrative franchise, with loyal fanbase, with developed Universe, with likable characters that were shining during last 30 years.
You know, I've thought that Episodes I-II were just childish, poorly written and bad. Jar Jar Binks, silly racing scenes just for arcade games, all of that. But with Episode 8 You've showed us:
We do not care about SW legacy (despite what our PR guys are telling You). All we want is money. We will put undeveloped screenplay to production, even with plot holes at size of the Death Star.
We were unable to produce new likable characters the viewer can be linked to and accept them as a new "trinity". We will not do character development - only scream and tears on forced drama moments. Grown-ups will act as children during a school show. Damn, we will even fail with R2-D2 and C-3PO moments.
We will badly utilize beloved characters and sentence them to the very stupid deaths because we do no know, how to use them properly.
Yes, looks like "Rogue One" was exception, not the rule.
Yes, we will hint You with the main villain during Episode 7, but do not think about some backstory - You will receive none.
We will insert shirtless scene just because we can. Why not?
We will buy critics or force them to public "excellent" reviews.
Even visuals and space battles are not so enjoyable anymore. Bombers with bombs a-la World War II? Seriously? X-Wing vs Dreadnought? Sometimes enough stupidity is enough. This is exactly Your case.
You see, Disney, if even such a good guy as Mark Hamill himself being vocal about how poorly his character was handled in the movie - this is not just a bell ringing, this is a death bell obviously.
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