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Solid sequel with good high points but also more misses than the previous one but Farva is strong add Cox and a bear and you have a winner
Solid flick, with an interesting concept that for me wasn't really a horror film. More of drama on repressed grief and the effects on the human mind.
A very good addition to the canon. I thought they did a good job at answering the time tested question of why was there a flaw in the design of the death stars and how did the rebellion find out about it. I liked Saw,, wished he would of had a little bit more time to show his character, but I felt most of the new characters were interesting and especially Cassian, Baze and Chirrut. I also really liked how the story tied right into A new hope. The only thing was it was a little predictable, but that was kind of a given since the outcome was inevitable. Most of the flaws were small and more nit picking than anything.
Bill Murray does Bill Murray things in this holiday flick that takes a new spin on the classic tale. Some of the special effects are dated, but overall I think it is a solid christmas movie.
While not a classic as the original, this movie has its spots. The main high points here are the very dark black humor that will either make you like the film or hate it entirely.