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Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi ()

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Having taken her first steps into a larger world in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Rey continues her epic journey with Finn, Poe, and Luke Skywalker in the next chapter of the saga. (imdb)

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Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi belongs to 20 collections
1. Star Wars (public: moderated by td888 - 8 stars)
2. Sequel (public: moderated by td888 - 7 stars)
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Date User Score
Jan 23 rhan888
75T5
Jan 22 duarte_cc duarte cc
87T9
Jan 22 sammul
87T8
Jan 22 jsturiel
72T6
Jan 22 ZombieZer0
88T8
Jan 22 tamino
90T8
Jan 22 lovleigh lovleigh
90T10
Jan 22 lancaster lancaster
50T3
Jan 22 Neferge Neferge
70T3
Jan 21 andrew182
70T1
Jan 21 tofof tofof
5T3
The very-2017 and painfully-long cellphone joke in the first 5 minutes tells you everything you need to know. Hamill can't save this. Decent villain that's lost under writing that would be good for Starlords, not Skywalkers. Cgi podrace, deus-ex-machnia by the cgi goggled gram, cgi furby slapstickery, cgi milky walrus nipples. Who let George Lucas back in here? Even decent parts die to clumsy handling - Luke was trapped by his hero status, so we close on children telling new Luke legends. What?
Jan 21 Conor_C96
77T6
Jan 21 pythag3
94T8
Jan 21 HyphenateMe HyphenateMe
75T8
Jan 21 rtd2
88T9
Jan 21 lippecesar lippecesar
45T3
Jan 21 Barxday
53T6
Jan 21 naoisem
80T8
Jan 21 ErlendA
45T2
Jan 21 deaddilly deaddilly
55T3
I was buying into the film after the first 15 minutes. I then cracked one of my teeth in half with a popcorn kernel. I can't tell if I actually hated what was happening on screen of if I was just mad at the kernel.
Jan 21 mercury mercury
62T2
Jan 21 GiaNT
90T8
Jan 21 gerskywalker
85T6
Jan 21 RichXTuta RichXTuta
83T9
Jan 20 slkdragon
7T5
Jan 20 tedbundy tedbundy
65T3
Jan 20 lonetraceur lonetraceur
70T8
Jan 20 Neoptolemos Neoptolemos
80T7
Jan 20 nlacasse
78T3
Jan 20 heapshake heapshake
60T6
Jan 20 tjreno
82T7
Jan 20 sfx112
60T4
Jan 20 Elementalism
73T7
Jan 20 Bigoober
81T5
Jan 19 DesertPunk DesertPunk
81T8
Keeping Star Wars stagnant in the same narrative and intellectual space is far more insulting than letting it change. That was my concern with The Force Awakens, that attempting to appeal to what people think Star Wars "should" be was creatively strangling a franchise that had long since went blue. I'd rather see a bold new vision than a sad reunion tour, and The Last Jedi feels like the first few baby steps into the former.
Jan 19 ReCreation07 ReCreation07
89T8
Jan 19 Rob_Bor
76T8
Jan 19 yedi3815 yedi3815
70T5
Jan 19 avinashm avinashm
90T7
Jan 19 xombiemonkey
7T6
Jan 18 le0m le0m
80T3
Jan 18 Neilos
89T10
Jan 18 WulfstanLee
100T10
Jan 18 Winterboy
89T4
Jan 18 Meowfresh Meowfresh
80T6
Jan 18 walkearth walkearth
65T8
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Jan 18 nperlyperl
92T9
Jan 18 VepsoO
85T9
Jan 18 PoorMoose
92
Jan 18 peanutgrigio
85T7
Jan 18 bdfolsom
64T4
Jan 18 yigitros
85T7
Jan 18 ilyasozturk ilyasozturk
78T8
Jan 18 Filligan Filligan
98T10
Rian Johnson is a talented filmmaker and Star Wars benefits from his craftsmanship. Visual storytelling leaps from every frame, daring ideas explore uncharted territories, and the whole cast sells this affecting vision with renewed gusto. Driver and Hamill are especially fantastic. All of this in the most beautiful Star Wars to date. This only takes a few wrong swings, and I know fans are divided and calling it riddled with plot holes (it's not), but this is where Star Wars needs to go.
Jan 18 tbeaulieu
40T1
Jan 18 tchilto tchilto
11T7
Jan 17 kbrinu kbrinu
90T10
Jan 16 Don Reba
90T9
Jan 16 jfreeman jfreeman
70T5
Jan 16 Proggoth
65T2
Jan 16 silencer silencer
84T7
Jan 16 rafigalb rafigalb
80T6
Jan 16 ESimeth
70T3
Jan 16 dcphillips
95T10
Jan 16 DF Duck
80T7
Jan 15 afifchoirul afifchoirul
85T6
Love and hate for the movie is unreal. I'm not a die hard star wars fans, nor hater. I'm just casually enjoy good cinematic experience in the universe that lucas has created. And Last Jedi offered even more majestic world that I keep wondering since I saw A New Hope. Definitely one of my best in this year. Good job Rian Johnson.
Jan 15 rTfynS
85
Jan 15 fzycow fzycow
86T5
Jan 15 Pythius
70T6
Jan 15 AndersonLuiz AndersonLuiz
87T10
Jan 15 BradTheBro
68T4
Jan 15 FancyMike
3T3
Jan 15 wayofthegun wayofthegun
70T5
Jan 15 KarolKac
4T2
Jan 15 meloray
65T3
Jan 15 khbateman
90T4
Jan 15 normalchaos
70T6
Jan 14 gyuawes
87T8
Jan 14 Ardvaarker Ardvaarker
92T9
Jan 14 meliorism meliorism
70T6
Jan 14 tommyb
72T4
Jan 14 zTCkI2
70
Jan 14 qualsh
91T8
Jan 14 selinozcelik
80T6
Jan 14 suurjuust
65T8
Jan 14 shneebs
85T4
Jan 14 Ixtiandur
40T2
Jan 14 pilgermann pilgermann
60T4
Jan 14 zenithtim
86T9
Jan 14 ilkyaz
80T8
Jan 14 eviloard
44T1
Jan 14 lissbell
30T1
Jan 14 BigFatGus
78T7
Jan 14 Bzrkmushroom
88T6
Jan 13 mjbreuer
64T5
Jan 13 Normy17
49T3
Jan 13 undinum undinum
50T3
Jan 13 whatismyname whatismyname
60T5
I kept waiting for it to ramp up, for the story to grip me, the characters to become entertaining, but it didn't.
Jan 13 Luk92 Luk92
80T8
Jan 13 bulutcet bulutcet
14T7
Jan 13 tjhilton
79T8
Jan 13 rainbowjana rainbow_jana
75T7
Jan 13 Jundurian
79T5
Jan 13 Bagger Bagger
80T9
Jan 13 apostlion
94T10
Jan 13 aabradley
95T9
Jan 13 TSskGQ
60T2
Jan 13 panomadgreek panomadgreek
52T2
I think Phantom Menace might have been better than this shit.
Jan 13 Geniasis
81T3
Jan 12 Jay96 Jay96
65T2
Jan 12 DukeChapnick DukeChapnick
55T2
Jan 12 wyldie
90T6
Jan 12 muutanet muutanet
77T8
The other new generation Star Wars film. There was still some (un)necessary links to oldies but the story was more or less well build. The running time could be less. All in all nice reds in the end of the story.
Jan 12 Stradivarius Stradivarius
78T6
Jan 12 denniz denniz
49T4
Jan 12 wefdinaini
85T9
Jan 12 ellicitsaint
80T8
Jan 12 Grey Gandalf
94T10
Jan 12 Irrell
87T8
Jan 12 mertmr
80T2
Jan 12 FatSmurf
78T4
Jan 12 Snufkin88 Snufkin88
12T1
Jan 12 kowalsky kowalsky
75T5
Jan 12 fyodor16 fyodor16
71T3
Jan 12 gloryhornet
60T6
Jan 12 jackdrek jackdrek
67T7
Jan 12 wyndham
58T4
Jan 12 tororosso
95T10
Jan 11 dbrenn01
80T8
Jan 11 caratdogg
90T6
Jan 11 NV29Yh
88T9
Jan 11 TheDenizen TheDenizen
75T8
There's some tonally out of place humor, Leia flying through space is dumb as shit, and the entire Finn/Rose mission was entirely pointless and only slowed down the middle of an already-too-long film...but it's still a Star Wars movie with plenty of cool fights and space battles and heroic sacrifices and all that other fun stuff. Let's not forget that these flicks have always been intended as pulp entertainment for the masses, and drop the hand wringing analysis of every single scene.
Jan 11 bitcomander
20T2
Jan 11 Janky Janky
43T2
Jan 11 thiskendell
89T8
Jan 11 MrPupkin Mr.Pupkin
82
The Last Jedi's long, and suffers excessive expository dialogue. The Last Jedi shares these problems other blockbuster movies. But The Last Jedi's better than most epic-scale film in recent memory. The Last Jedi cares about telling a story, giving a message; the comedy refuses to mock the movie's core. The technical side of the movie's spectacular: fantastic acting, beautiful sets, and exciting shots abound. What's memorable about Star Wars is the weight it carries with itself.
Jan 11 ancronymous
92T10
Jan 11 NerfHerderEX NerfHerderEX
40T1
Jan 11 BurstBubble
98T9
So, the casino section was off tone and too long but overall a really enjoyable film. At this point, I definitely have two very different Star Wars universes but I really like what they're doing in this one. Very curious for the next film.
Jan 11 somms somms
75T8
Jan 10 Weafdog Weafdog
75T10
Someone else wrote: "It's the Star Wars we need, not the Star Wars we deserve." I would say that the Last Jedi is the Star Wars we deserve, but not the one we want. If this was supposed to be the "dark one", we can forget gravitas in Episode IX. Oh well. Still fun and entertaining to see my childhood heroes revisit their roles.
Jan 10 drewster81
90T9
Jan 10 britneeee britneeee
75T7
Jan 10 djw
76T5
Jan 10 AJL3
85T9
Jan 10 tabak
0T1
Jan 10 alao alao
93T9
Jan 10 Fergenaprido Fergenaprido
78T8
Jan 10 ajlt728
50T3
Jan 10 skotti85
80T7
Jan 10 BigEvil Nathan S
3T6
I feel a second viewing may be required before I can cohesively pin down my feelings about this film, but that's largely due to inconsistency, rather than complexity or intrigue. I do appreciate the general cheekiness, but it often clashes inelegantly with cringeworthy solemnity, and for every great and unpredictable sequence involving Kylo and Rey, there are tiresome zero-risk hijinks. It's okay, even pretty good, but my enthusiasm for this creative universe has waned significantly.
Jan 09 stuie299 stuie299
70T4
Honestly I can't remember the last time I felt this indifferent towards a movie. A two and a half hour movie should not feel this rushed. All the scenes felt inconsequential because of it. Some things annoyed me, but nothing was really that bad. I guess the easiest way to put it is that whatever magic the original trilogy had is completely missing from the new trilogy. I just don't care about any of these characters.
Jan 09 droz36
90T8
Jan 09 Marx !Marx
55T2
Jan 09 bilalemre bilalemre
67T6
Jan 09 eamrhein eamrhein
72T4
Jan 09 coldesser
75T6
Jan 09 Lennoth
58T3
Jan 09 KMcNeil KMcNeil
7T8
Jan 09 cengaveri
72T4
Jan 09 Riptide0 Riptide0
85T8
The Kylo Ren/Luke/Rey stuff was fantastic, the rest was fine. Better than Force Awakens.
Jan 09 den_fonk
65T7
Jan 09 thorn969
83T9
Jan 09 thuckabe thuckabe
87T7
Jan 09 Crusty
8T6
Jan 09 raquelmplima raquelmplima
68T6
Jan 09 Quimbo Quimbo
78T7
Starts slow but gradually picks up steam, and I was fully into it by the conclusion. It's far from perfect, but overall if you're a fan, you should love it.
Jan 09 ShishKabab
70T4
Jan 09 DarthDotard
100T6
Jan 09 emtilt emtilt
62T6
Jan 09 Canozz
10T1
Jan 09 KirkJiggler
10T10
Jan 08 ralexwr ralexwr
40T3
Jan 08 karan0004
80T5
Jan 08 kb0799
68T5
Jan 08 badjuice bad_juice
65T9
Jan 08 mattd124 mattd124
81T8
Jan 08 brendoman brendoman
93T10
Jan 08 dwyer dwyer
78T6
My enjoyment comes from what feels like a shift in the direction of the franchise. The Force Awakens seemed determined to bring the old faithful back to the fold while hurling the galaxy far, far away in a new direction; The Last Jedi seems to ask the same faithful to play with some of these new toys, rather than leave them in a box on a shelf. Toys should be played with, and legends should be allowed to die. It’s a dismal message, but that’s what we love about The Empire Strikes Back, right
Jan 08 eLbXTl
5
Jan 08 Carlospro Carlospro
70T5
Jan 08 Pursus Pursus
90T10
Jan 08 marcelvidal marcelvidal
75T6
Jan 08 ebu
67T5
Jan 08 szstepen
40T1
Jan 08 PasadenaVic
85T5
I truly disliked the Luke's dialogue.
Jan 08 warrensm
97T10
Jan 08 tmfus
86T10
Jan 08 tsubua
100T10
Jan 08 karina.flr
60T5
Jan 08 macab
75T7
Jan 08 SyphilisDad
19T3
Jan 08 MarktheShark
84T6
Jan 08 KingDe3
4T6
Jan 08 Burn_Fetish Burn Fetish
53T4
Jan 07 brianrobot brianrobot
5T7
Jan 07 dmeband
90T9
Jan 07 zmoats zmoats
89T9
Jan 07 ribcage ribcage
90T10
My biggest gripe with ep7 was the sameness of the story, my highest praise for the gray of Kylo ren. Both are improved upon greatly in last Jedi. Even luke becomes gray in an interesting and gripping backstory. The final act was intense and for good or bad blasts apart the lore...i appreciate doing something different. The resistances chase scene is stupid and mostly serves to pace the luke-rey plot until it all comes together in the end
Jan 07 ramynoodle ramynoodle
50T3
Jan 07 awesomejohn
84T4
Jan 07 kgbelliveau kgbelliveau
60T2
Somwhere a long the way it just sort of lost touch with the force and became a farce of monumental stupid ideas from all the characters. Finn and Rose? Wasted pile of garbage storyline. Rey and Kylo mind connection? Definitely not deep enough. Luke and Leia reunion? Perhaps the films only genuine moment. What the hell is Episode Nine even going to be about at this point? There are very little threads left to explore for the so called grand finale. This was not the sequel we wanted. Come on guys!
Jan 07 8raz 8raz
84T9
Jan 07 zmt311 zmt311
57T3
Jan 07 NewBarrel
85T8
Jan 07 filmkjell filmkjell
60T5
Jan 07 Chrysophylax
70T5
Jan 07 fatiherdem fatiherdem
70T5
Jan 07 icce
75T6
Jan 07 mucow mucow
80T9
Jan 07 EmuLegs EmuLegs
6T9
Jan 07 petrosdm petrosdm
88T8
Jan 07 judsonlady
75T10
Jan 07 gackt
65T5
Jan 07 MartinB
80T5
Jan 07 richard_1979
88T9
Jan 07 ChewieZ25
80T5
Jan 07 CajoleJuice
65T4
Jan 07 fiskmr
86T6
Jan 06 PDMChubby PDMChubby
88T9
If you're looking for perfect narrative logic and plot consistency or unchecked reverence for the Star Wars legacy, this will comfortably disappoint you, but almost as a prerequisite for what it's trying to say. In general, it sets up a much more conflicted but also healthier version of the franchise. The film both grapples with the unspoken complications of a decades-long legacy and does everything Star Wars does best with confidence and originality.
Jan 06 bestauntie
62T1
Jan 06 Iwantham Iwantham
70T1
Jan 06 beauballard
91T10
Jan 06 xmas
65T3
Jan 06 Lonewolf2003
78T7
Jan 06 proudhotkin proudhotkin
30T2
Jan 06 Asgarth NhanLa
75T8
Jan 06 Matt_Durant The Pirate
87T9
Jan 06 ianhobo ianhobo
83T6
Jan 06 catfingers catfingers
88T10
Jan 06 pruznejjoe pruznejjoe
94T8
Jan 06 DyanneThorne
90T10
A challenging movie. Like The Force Awakens it uses a lot of elements from the old movies but it likes to subvert all the tropes. Which means that it's not so much unpredictable, as seemingly predictable until the last moment, where it fails to deliver on the promise. Here, a crazy million-to-one-chance scheme does indeed not succeed, despite all narrative laws. Fortunately, I've had five volumes of A Song of Ice and Fire to get used to that exact feeling.
Jan 06 bones_r
70T6
Jan 06 bussiebas
69T4
Jan 06 OneLouder One_Louder
90T9
Jan 06 SpeedMarque
60T5
Jan 06 thewire thewire
87T9
Jan 06 Hizin
0T1
Jan 06 twincinema twincinema
65T5
This is a fun movie, but goddamn, Kylo Ren is such an ineffectual villain. He is continually bested at every turn. Benicio Del Toro added a lot of fun to the film. I felt like the film really started when they got to the casino world, mostly because by that point, I was starting to get sick of what felt like an endless battle. I needed five more minutes of Luke sexually milking the alien, while they both their "O" face.
Jan 06 p3t3
60T2
Jan 06 unmeshd
70T3
Jan 06 ticklemonstr
90T9
Jan 06 yeezysenpai yeezysenpai
60T4
Jan 06 UYMbcx
55
Jan 06 mkdaun
85T9
Jan 06 gwynplaine gwynplaine
85T8
Jan 06 ddelapointe
60T1
Jan 06 Bagarbjorne
71T9
Jan 05 marcon65 marco_n65
70T3
Jan 05 zoPZ_ii zoPZ!
30T2
I definitely don't give a shit about star wars anymore.
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