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Is "The Last Jedi" one of the weakest Star Wars movies so far?
"The Last Jedi" is one of the weakest Star Wars movies so far.
The Last Jedi suffers from how it utilizes humor.
The movie goes too far in avoiding a heroic theme and is unfun.
The vastly increased cast of characters, and the need to give each of them an arc, lead to numerous subplots that bloated the film's runtime and had little effect on the plot.
The Last Jedi has numerous issues with its plot.
Story-lines and characters set up in previous films were not treated with much respect.
The new trilogy's biggest strength is the chemistry between the new cast of characters, and The Last Jedi takes them all away from each other for effectively the entire very long film.
The progressive cultural themes (and adult level of drama) used to be secondary to a mythology/fairytale for the whole family, but The Last Jedi just threw away that fairytale heart.
There is not even one real lightsaber fight in the movie.
The movie delves much deeper into the philosophical side of the Force than the rest of the Star Wars movies.
The movie sets up and launches the Star Wars series beyond what was established in the original and prequel trilogies in terms of its narratives, themes, and plot.
The movie is fast-paced, unpredictable and delightful to watch.
The movie stayed truthful to some ideas of the original trilogy which were lost in the prequel trilogy.
It has the best cinematography any Star Wars film ever had.
All the characters have great arcs and they are all intertwined with each other. Rey learns to trust her inner self, Luke learns to be there for the Resistance. Poe learns to be a leader. Finn learns to act selflessly. Holdo learns to be a hero like Leia.
of The Last Jedi suggests that, while it is one of the most divisive Star Wars movies so far, it would be misleading to claim that The Last Jedi is one of the weakest Star Wars movies in the franchise, as both critics and a large amount of fans liked the movie a lot.
It's the most feminist Star Wars film made so far in that women can exist in the story with their own agenda and not merely because they are a princess or love interest.
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