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In my opinion, the best of the Raiders movies.
While still mediocre, this is a worthy addition to Star Wars. Many (if not all) characters remain interesting/intimidating, the visuals are once again top notch, and the music is once again a John Williams classic. Snoke is horribly written but well acted, and Rey's training under Luke is the best part of the film. Rose, while overall a waste of time, is a much better character than many give her credit for, and Phasma had potential to be a true villain. Meanwhile Hux is rendered idiotic and weak, which is sad, as I was looking forward to more of his powerfully worded evil speeches.
EASILY the best of the Disney sequels. The new characters are interesting and relatable, old members of the cast return for even more fun, the visuals are spectacular, and the plot is riveting. Kylo Ren is an outstanding character with amazing acting, Hux is outstandingly acted, and the John Williams score is out of this world. Definitely a must watch.
Funny, well animated and charming, a much better film than the Jim Carrey live-action and worth watching every year around a Christmas fire.
The new characters are interesting, the score, while not John Williams, is amazing, the visuals are mind blowing, and the Vader hallway scene at the end is the SINGLE GREATEST SCENE in ALL OF STAR WARS.