Star Wars: The Last Jedi: A Flicker of Hope, by Tyler Smith

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5 Responses

  1. What weird comments you refer to about Hamill being considered a weak spot in the good films. I’m of the mind that he’s the one who really sold it, and made those worlds believable.

    • Battleship Pretension says:

      A number of the online critics that I read/watch have commented that they consider Hamill to be the worst performer of the original films. I’m not sure that I agree, but I certainly saw him as a less mature actor than the others. That was all.

  2. Spencer says:

    Delighted to see this review! I always try to avoid any hype until I read BP’s take- to get the real picture because I so often agree with you guys. I’m so glad to see you liked it. ALL ABOARD THE HYPE TRAIN!

  3. Kevin rogers says:

    I can’t help but disagree,

    Where you see distance from the original films, sadly I see a a director who seems to not care of the mythos.

    The cinematic event that was Star Wars is gone. With the exception of a few set pieces the main bullet points felt lost and disconnect.

    In the end, where JJ made episode 7 as a love letter to the original movies, Johnson made a movie that felt as if he didn’t care for the material at all.

    Not a “bad” movie. Just overall disappointed in the lack of movement in the story and lack of actual character movement

  4. Darrell says:

    One of the best reviews of the film I’ve read – exactly how I felt about the film.

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