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As an emboldened First Order runs the forces of the Resistance to ground, determined Rey (Daisy Ridley) manages to flush a reticent Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) from secluded retirement. Will his mentoring with her burgeoning grasp of the Force-or the efforts of Finn (John Boyega) to infiltrate and scuttle the enemys flagship, and of Poe (Oscar Isaac) to evacuate rebel command-be enough to turn the tide? Hit follow-up co-stars Adam Driver, Kelly Marie Tran, Andy Serkis, Laura Dern, and, in her series farewell, Carrie Fisher. 152 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English. Two-disc set.
Excellent to add your star wars movie collection. Attttt.JennyLynn1988
Don't be deterred by the vocal minority
This is another great addition to the saga films. It seems the people that decide to hate it or complain about it had their own preconceived notions about what the film should have been and when it didn't happen, they got angry. Mark Hamill does a great job as old man Luke while Daisy Ridley continues to grow into the franchise's next mega star. There was solid character development, some wonderful humor and one liners, and one of the most epic fight scenes in Star Wars history. It gets better and better every time you watch it. Can't recommend enoughjay6385
The Last Jedi kind of tends to get a raw deal from some of the fans. But I see The Last Jedi as a film about coming to grips with the past, but I think the most prominent theme of the film is self-sacrifice. Everybody has some role in trying to save what's left of the resistance. There isn't much, and the tension is ratcheted by the fact that throughout the whole movie they're still on the run from the First order. Everyone gives great performances, the story is great, I enjoyed the whole film and I'm not sure what else you could ask for in a great Star Wars movie.Russ