Don't believe the hype. What a bought and sold world to laud this limp effort.
A New Hope: Bigger, Longer, Uglier. The woman is okay, and does what she can with the poor material, No one changes clothes, ever?
The only question in this very well visually crafted merchandise ad is, who is worse, the wooden bore they cast to play young Darth in those terrible prequels, or the revolting turd they cast to be the next mass murdering Vader, who suffers from Darth envy however many planets or daddies he wastes. (I hate to use their ghastly names but...) To put it in Clickhole terms: Who Is Awfulest? Hayden Christensen or Adam Driver? (If only they had left the mask on and the voice altered...and rewritten the script.)
They're clothes are simply too clean. Slaves got two shirts a year, if lucky. they did not do a daily wash, AFAIK. 12 years a fashion model, 12 years a Ren Fair aficionado. Too tidy for me to buy it. Too bad, its an amazing story that touches on the truth of rampant stealing of freemen, to the point that the African American population of NY crashed after 1827 (NY manumission) because of systematic kidnapping. Ghastly.
Does anyone remember Pat Tillman? Jessica Lynch? The movie may be well filmed with fine effects, yet why would anyone think this is not another fabrication? Sure, it may be true, or it may be nearly all P.R. I mean, can all these guys get shot over and over, fall down mountains, and keep going? Perhaps, and the actors are really good, pass as serious operators, except this one cheesy rapper, whatever his no talent name is, boy he ruins the performance of everyone in his funky bunch. The poster shows how they try to hide his identity, enough so that I thought it was an actual actor, Danny Trejo. Respect the urge to serve and sacrifice, prayers for the departed and the orphaned and maimed, read War is a Racket by the most decorated Marine ever, Commandant Butler.
On Edit, with time to reflect, of course, the basis of this film is that the U.S. forces should have killed unarmed people/kids and all the losses were because of rules of engagement that are too restrictive. As if.