The latest installment of the Star Wars franchise, The Last Jedi, is drawing a ton of fanfare, as most Star War films do, as well as speculation about how it will stack up compared to the rest of the series. According to the reviews of The Las Jedi, the film appears to be the strongest Star Wars film in years, if not one of the best of the series altogether. Critics who saw The Last Jedi raved about its action sequences, heralded as some of the series' best so far, along with memorable performances by Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, and the late, great Carrie Fisher. Furthermore, most reviewers felt director Rian Johnson took many risks with the film while remaining faithful to the characteristics that lured everyone to a galaxy far, far away in the first place.
That being said, no critiques of Star Wars: The Last Jedi stated it was a perfect film. Rather, The Last Jedi reviews discuss the negatives aspects of the film with the positive, the latter apparently outweighing the more annoying or frustrating aspects of the film. Overall, it would appear Star Wars fans can expect to enjoy The Last Jedi, as long as they don't expect it to meet their every wish.
It's Nearly PerfectPhoto: Walt Disney Pictures
The Old Vets Give Some Of Their Finest PerformancesPhoto: Walt Disney Pictures
People Enjoy The Addition Of The PorgsPhoto: Walt Disney Pictures
The Characters Stare A LotPhoto: Walt Disney Pictures
Color Plays Into Some Of Its Most Memorable ShotsPhoto: Walt Disney Pictures
People Really Enjoy Adam Driver As Kylo RenPhoto: Walt Disney Pictures