With the Last Jedi just being released it’s time to look back at the rest of the Star Wars series. Here are my personal rankings of all the Star Wars films.
9. Attack of the Clones
While the Battle of Geonosis and seeing Yoda use a lightsaber for the first are some of the best spectacles in a Star Wars movie it’s not enough to save it from being the worst Star Wars film. From wooden acting, cringe-worthy dialog, some boring politics, and zero chemistry between Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman are enough to put this film in last place. With that said though it’s not all bad like many people like to claim. Obi-wan investigating the clone army is a lot of fun and Anakin’s mother’s death scene is also a strong moment in this film.
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by Myke Olsen
As wonderful as The Force Awakens is, as a film it did not take many risks. Many plot points are recycled, for example, Rey and Finn must return BB-8 to Poe and the Resistance; Rey and Finn receive help from Han Solo, an older mentor-type figure; the Resistance undertakes to destroy the First Order’s Starkiller Base. Sounds a bit like A New Hope, doesn’t it?
Despite playing it safe, The Force Awakens was a perfect re-entry to the Star Wars universe. That said, it was important for Episode VIII, The Last Jedi, to take risks in order to keep this portion of the Star Wars Saga engaging and fun to watch.
The Last Jedi, thankfully, is a far braver film than The Force Awakens, even if not all of the gambles succeed.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!
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Star Wars The Last Jedi
It’s finally here! Spoiler talk for Star Wars The Last Jedi! In this episode, Matt Olsen, Colton Braizer, and Marianne Nicoll join Thomas to dive deep into The Last Jedi. While its getting rave reviews from critics, fans seem to have mixed thoughts about it. Some love it, others hate it, and a lot are somewhere in-between. Listen to find out where we all stand with it. Along with discussing the movie itself we also talk extensively about the film’s inspiring themes such as failure, fighting for the things we love, showing love to others in need, embracing who we are despite our backgrounds, and much more! Thanks for listening! If you like what you heard leave us a review, share it with a friend, or come find us on social media!
Last Jedi Spoiler Free
Star Wars The Last Jedi is finally here! Matt and Thomas share their spoiler-free reactions immediately after seeing the movie. There are also two guest appearances by Jacob Miller and Colton Braizer. What did they all think of it? Did it live up to all the hype? Is a worthy addition to the Star Wars universe? Or was a big misstep? They answer all these questions without spoiling the movie for you!