Um, unless you didn’t know there were lightsaber duels in the film. There are lightsaber combats. Spoiler alert.
Matt Goldberg, Collider: “Although the movie suffered from a few pacing concerns, they eventually don’t detract from the film’s stunning aircraft and confident storytelling.” Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service: “It’s the coalesce of reverence for its beginnings and espouse of the new that acquires The Last-place Jedi a triumph.”
Mark Hughes, Forbes: “not the best of the sequence, and not the best of the brand-new cinemas, but it’s still a worthwhile introduction in the continuing saga…”
Richard Brody, New Yorker: “The movie comes off as a make that’s ironed out, dropped down, appallingly purified.”
Dave Schilling, BirthMoviesDeath: “Yes, The Last-place Jedi is a bleak film–a required comedown direction amendment after the giddiness of The Force Awakens. Without a suspense, this is the most depressing Star Wars movie yet. It’s content to be long and happy when it’s not thrilling.
Nell Minow, Huffington Post: “A stunning pitch-black, lily-white, and cherry-red complexion pallette, thrilling adventure, plea new references, deserving progress for old friends and a cause to root for.”
Sam Adams, Slate: “It’s a cinema of genuine elegance, one where you come away as anxious to talk about the determined blueprint and the choreography as you do the fate of the galaxy or what might happen next.”
Cary Darling, Houston Chronicle: “The Last Jedi may not possess its immediate predecessors’ lovely stun of the brand-new , nor is it a stylistic detour from what’s expected. But it manufactures up for the purposes of our with ingenuity, spirit and one wicked saber smackdown.”
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