Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Day 14: 16/12/2017

Star Wars, The Last Jedi, Rian Johnson

Despite all the good reviews about this movie, I couldn’t find anything bearable about it. There were way too many unStar Wars moments. At first, Luke Skywalker refuses to teach being a Jedi to Rey for what feels like 45 minutes – which also seems very obvious since the beginning that he is gonna accept it at some point. Then when he finally agrees, he guides Rey to kind of meditate not like a Jedi but like my Yoga teacher. However, in her first try, with no efforts or anything Rey immediately hits rock bottom of a dark world and both her and Luke gets really terrified. It’s just that everything happens so easily in this movie that it doesn’t even make me believe in them. Also, one of things I hate about movies is that when they pretend to do something but they can’t dare to hit the highest note : it happens a lot of times in  The Last Jedi. It’s obvious that they are striving for a calculated success instead of telling a sincere story but I hope it will come to an end soon. The cast started to look like a highschool reunion of all the bullied people. 

 

 

One thought on “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

  1. There is no hate without love! Everytime i open Star Wars the start of it just builds a massive amount of energy and emotions that if i don’t channel them to concentrating on the story of the movie and letting myself flow with the current of it, love disappears and switches to many critics of scenes hence hate and a lot of ‘oh well’s too. I think It’s a straight watch without a pause. Just the thought of Star Wars puts me in the seat of a Star that i should thrive more and be a hero. This proves my point of letting myself sucked by this movie. The outcome of the movie from my untrained perspective is that this was more for kids then came the next Han Solo which was for adults and remembrance. I still can’t wait for the next one!

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