Opening Night Fan Event: Star Wars : The Rise of Skywalker
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Be among the first to see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker at the 5pm Opening Night Fan Event. Fans will receive a commemorative pin and a special concession offer.
- Mark Hamill
- Adam Driver
- Daisy Ridley
- John Boyega
- Oscar Isaac
- Anthony Daniels
- Naomi Ackie
- Domhnall Gleeson
- Richard E. Grant
- Lupita Nyong'o
Did You Know?
- It was released 20 years after Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999).
- Finn claims the second Battle of Endor was where the "last war ended". In actuality, in the canon expanded universe, the war went on for another year, culminating with the Battle of Jakku and the subsequent Imperial surrender. As Disney spearheaded their own expanded universe and undid all that had come before, it's odd they'd make this mistake. However, the Battle of Endor was effectively where the Empire was defeated by the Rebel Alliance, and the Emperor and Vader were both killed, thus closing the original trilogy. Further minor skirmishes with the remnants of the Empire in expanded universe spin-off materials don't count.
- [from trailer]
- Rey: People keep telling me they know me. No one does.
- Kylo Ren: But I do.
Atom User Reviews
Just saw #TheRiseOfSkywalker . An amazing finale. I don't know what movie those who are giving it poor reviews watched, but it clearly wasn't this one. My only issue is Act 1 felt kind of muddled, but the rest of the movie makes up for it. If you love Star Wars at all, see it.
HAPPY BUT SAD THAT THE STAR WARS SAGA IS OVER I GROW UP WATCHING THEM WITH MY DAD AND MY BIG BROTHER!!!
It’s frenzied, briefly infuriating, and eventually, grudgingly, satisfying, but it’s like being force-fed fandom: Your belly is filled, but there’s no pleasure in the meal.
The massive jumble of standoffs, near-misses, tense confrontations, narrow escapes and slick victories, while momentarily exciting, can lack plausible motivation and credibility. More often than not, one wonders not so much what just happened but why, and what was at stake.
The burden of wrapping up a 40-year franchise weighs heavily on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, an overstuffed chase film that barely lets up from its connect-the-dots MacGuffin-heavy plot for even a second or two.