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A hilarious comedy for fans of the show.
Spiderman far from home exceeded my expectations even after the success of Homecoming. Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal and all the other actors offer spectacular performances with their respective characters. Though the death of Tony Stark is an important motive in this movie, I like how it didn't feel like the whole entire movie was focused on it.
Funny, exciting and investing, Far from home is a must watch for any MCU or Spiderman fan.
Yesterday met my expectations after seeing the trailer. It wasn't meant to be one of the great movies of the year, but it does offer a good laugh and solid entertainment for almost 2 hours, whether you're a fan of The Beatles or not.
This movie went through all the emotions, happy, sad, excited, etc. Really great overall
While I donï¿ 1/2~t hate this movie, I have a few issues with it:
Unfortunately, forced humor has been an issue with all Disney star wars movies so far. Once again here this mistake was made. There were jokes which were geniuinly funny, but many which were unnecessary and not needed. Real shame.
Rey is too overpowered:
Another problem I have with this movie is that rey is far too powerful. Already in the force awakens, she managed to perform a jedi mind trick, (something which many more experienced Jedi like Qui-Gon Jinn didn't manage to pull off) and let the force guide Luke's Lightsaber to her. At no point in the movie is she even swiftly trained in the Jedi arts, and yet she managed to beat Kylo Ren, a man who has been trained from a young age in both the light and the dark side in a lightsaber battle? Are you frickin' kidding me? Also she seems to have become a jedi knight after a couple of days of training with Luke, becoming something others train years for.
Plot holes for TFA not filled in TLJ:
Does Rian Johnson hate JJ Abrams? Because I don't think he could've given JJ Abrams a harder Job in creating SW 9 than he did. JJ Abrams left many gaps at the end of SW 7, which was to be expected, and Rian Johnson really left a
lot of them open. I just hope JJ manages to work his way through it, and give us a stunning movie regardless.
Overall we saw Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker) deliver one of the performances of his life in The last Jedi. We saw great performances by Daisy Ridley (Rey) as well as John Boyega (Finn) and Adam Driver (Kylo Ren).
I found the Kylo and Rey's story very cool and interesting, and I hope we get to see more in the future.
I think 2.5/5 is a fair rating for this film. It's not as good As the force awakens by a long shot.
Can't wait to see what Star Wars 9 has in the locker for us!