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Top 10 Best Movies of 2017

2017 has come to an end, and it’s time to highlight some of the best movies of the past year. This has actually been a great year for movies, there were a lot of great ones throughout the year. I love every movie on this list, and just because it’s lower down doesn’t mean I didn’t like it. Also, I haven’t seen every single movie this year for various reasons, so there are a few movies that might have ended up on this list but couldn’t. Lastly, this is my personal list, your’s might be different and that’s okay.

Honorable Mentions: (Alphabetical Order)

  1. Coco
  2. John Wick: Chapter 2
  3. The Lego Batman Movie
  4. Logan Lucky
  5. Mudbound
  6. Spider-Man: Homecoming
  7. Split
  8. Thor: Ragnarok
  9. Wonder
  10. Wonder Woman

#10: Wind River

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This movie flew completely under my radar until I rented it about a week ago in preparation for this list. Taylor Sheridan proves he can direct a film just as well as he can write one. Wind River is an incredibly suspenseful film that pulls you into its setting through a captivating story, well-written characters, and amazing dialogue. Elizabeth Olsen is fantastic, and Jeremy Renner gives the best performance of his career. The two of them have great chemistry, making an interesting dynamic for the movie. Taylor Sheridan balanced story and mystery with characters to make a directorial debut that makes me excited to see what he makes next.

#9: It

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Read my review here! I didn’t think I would love this movie as much as I did. I’m usually not a fan of horror movies, but It had gravitating characters that made it special. All of the kids’ performances are great, they have bright futures ahead of them. Their relationships are what set the movie apart from other horror movies. Bill Skarsgård plays one of the best movie villains of the year in Pennywise. The character could be seen as over the top, but Skarsgård went all the way and created a haunting character. It is one of the most unique horror movies in a long time because of its surprising amount of heart and its terrifying villain.

#8: Get Out

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Get Out was one of the most surprising movies of the year. No one expected Jordan Peele’s directorial debut to be this creative and socially relevant. It works as an enjoyable horror movie, but when you peel back the layers the entire story is a metaphor for racism in today’s world. Daniel Kaluuya gives one of the best performances of the year, and Allison Williams pulls off a tough job because of what she has to do near the end of the movie.

When you find out what is really going on, the reveal is crazy and creepy, and I loved it. Also, if you sit back and think about the movie and look at interviews with the director, you’ll see how genius Jordan Peele is with his parallels between racism and the story, and also callbacks throughout the movie. I can’t wait to see what Peele directs next because this movie is terrifying while giving social commentary.

#7: Dunkirk

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Read my review here! Christopher Nolan is one of the best directors working today, and Dunkirk proves that. Unlike most war movies, Dunkirk is solely based on the experience. Many war films have character-based scenes during the quieter moments, but this movie doesn’t give the characters time to get to know each other because in reality there wouldn’t be time for that.

From the first scene, you are locked into the story and you feel like you’re trapped with them on that beach. Nolan’s directing is masterful, and if you saw it in IMAX you know how well he used the IMAX cameras. The story is told in a very interesting way that enhances the movie and adds another element to it. Dunkirk is a great war movie because it accurately represented the intensity and hopelessness of this one event.

#6: War for the Planet of the Apes

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Every trilogy needs a good finale, and War for the Planet of the Apes delivers on that and does more. Despite the title, this is actually a very character based movie. Caesar is fighting to protect his kind while trying to find peace with the humans, and you see some flaws in his leadership that make him a more compelling character. Andy Serkis deserves an Oscar nomination for his work even with the motion capture because every facial movement on Caesar is Serkis, and he gives a powerful performance.

There are also many themes about the inevitability of humans to destroy themselves through war, they don’t focus on it much, but it was handled very well. This movie is a satisfying conclusion to the Apes franchise and proves that it’s one of the best trilogies of all time.

#5: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Read my review here! Star Wars: The Last Jedi is one of the best Star Wars movies yet. Rian Johnson took a lot of risks in the story and the vast majority of them land. He took some of the criticisms from The Force Awakens and improved on those in The Last Jedi. They give the characters more development, and they expand on certain elements of the universe as a whole, specifically the Force. Mark Hamill plays a very different version of Luke Skywalker than we’re used to, and it ended up being his best performance of the character. The Last Jedi is the Star Wars movie I didn’t know I wanted and is a great addition to the franchise.

#4. The Big Sick

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The Big Sick is Kumail Nanjiani’s story about how he met his wife, Emily Gordon, while dealing with his parents wanting him to have an arranged marriage. Kumail Nanjiani is hilarious in this movie, he is a real talent to watch out for. He and Zoe Kazan, who plays Emily, have great chemistry. They didn’t seem like they were acting, I felt like I was watching two real people falling in love. There were some great themes in this movie that people of all religions can relate to about pleasing your family while doing what makes you happy. The Big Sick is the most charming movie of the year with a beautiful relationship that feels real and believable.

#3: Blade Runner 2049

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Blade Runner is one of the most influential sci-fi movies of all time, and also one of the best. Denis Villeneuve had a tough act to follow, and Blade Runner 2049 ended up being even better than the original. Roger Deakins’s cinematography is gorgeous in every shot, this is the best looking movie I’ve seen in a long time. The story is slow-moving, but in a great way that makes it completely enthralling. They build on the original film to create a realistic future for that world and with that, there are more concepts that have evolved to explore, which is what makes it better than the original.

#2: Baby Driver

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Baby Driver is fun and fast-paced, it never slows down and there are no dull moments. Edgar Wright made a musical without words with the music playing a significant role in the movie. Whether the beats are matching up with gunshots, or the lyrics are graffiti on the walls, he always tries to find something new to do with the songs. Ansel Elgort is awesome as Baby and so is the rest of the cast.

The movie has a great ensemble cast, even though Doc uses a different team for each job. Many people have problems with the romance between Baby and Debora, but I liked it a lot, it was really sweet and fit the style of the rest of the movie. Baby Driver is the most stylish and creative movie of the year, it’s it’s a lot of fun and hit all the right buttons for me.

#1: Logan

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Logan is a comic book movie that feels like a true film. It’s the first R-Rated X-Men movie, (excluding Deadpool) and while the action is bloody and brutal, the rating really comes from the mature themes in the movie. It’s really about Logan getting much older and what comes with that like his diminishing healing factor, having to care for his father figure, Charles Xavier, and him being a father to Laura. The action in this movie is what Wolverine fans have been waiting for, it’s very R-rated and they don’t hold anything back.

While the action is great, this movie is mainly character based, Hugh Jackman gives his best performance as Logan yet, and Patrick Stewart is Oscar-worthy good. Dafne Keen is a great new talent as Laura, she played a fierce character and was one of the best parts of the movie. Logan is an emotional end to Wolverine’s story about one of our favorite heroes becoming old and having to risk everything to protect a young girl. It’s one of the best comic book movies of all time, and the ending still makes me emotional after multiple viewings.

That’s my list! I didn’t get to see many of the Oscar contenders this year because they either weren’t playing near me, or I just missed them because of other obligations. 2017 was a truly great year for movies and I can’t wait for 2018.

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Star Wars Movies Ranked

Now that The Last Jedi is out, I thought it would be a good time to rank all of the Star Wars movies. Please keep in mind, this is my ranking and it may be different than your’sThis list includes all of the live-action Star Wars movies, including Rogue One, but not the animated Clone Wars movie.

#9: Attack of the Clones

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This movie’s just bad. It’s the only Star Wars movie that I just don’t enjoy watching, it’s just boring for the majority of the movie. The romance between Anakin and Padmé is really dry, Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman have next to no chemistry, and Lucas’s dialogue doesn’t help at all. The CGI is overtly terrible and incredibly distracting. The story structure is messy, with numerous unimportant sub-plots.

They tried to pull off the aspect of Anakin slowly turning to the dark side, but it comes across as angsty, creepy, and forced. There are a few saving graces to the film, including Ewan McGregor’s and Ian McDiarmid’s performances, some lightsaber fights that are at least cool, and some of the moments between Anakin and Padmé are cute at best.

#8: The Phantom Menace

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I don’t think The Phantom Menace is as bad as people say it is, but it isn’t necessarily a good movie. Ewan McGregor and Liam Neeson both to a solid job and their comradery is the best part of the movie. Darth Maul is a great new character and the mysteriousness of his master is intriguing. The pod-racing scene is well done, and the final fight scene is one of my favorite lightsaber battles of the entire saga.

On the other hand, Jake Lloyd wasn’t great as Anakin, and his dialogue didn’t help. Jar Jar Binks is a dumb character who just annoys the audience whenever he’s on screen. The worst part of the movie, other than Jar Jar, is the politics. This movie is full of Jedi council and Senate meetings, and they are some of the worst scenes in the movie. The dialogue is bland, and the subjects are always boring. The opening crawl itself is even boring, talking about tax and trade routes. This movie solidifies the fact that George Lucas isn’t a very good writer.

#7: Revenge of the Sith

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I’d say this movie is the most watchable of the prequels. My favorite part of the movie has to be Anakin’s turn to the dark side. Hayden Christensen does a surprisingly decent job, he’s less whiny and does a better job with the darkness of his character. Ian McDiarmid does a great job again as he is slowly turning Anakin to become a Sith Lord. The final lightsaber battle with Anakin and Obi-Wan is well done with the setting on Mustafar. Overall, the movie just works better, it has a more coherent plot and Hayden Christensen improves his acting skills.

#6: Rogue One

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Gareth Edwards tried something different with this spin-off, and it works really well for the most part. We got to see a closer look at the Rebel Alliance, and why they might not be the glamorous heroes we’ve thought they are. They will do anything to get their job done, no matter how dirty it is. The movie also has a grittier feel to it, and I think that’s what the Star Wars universe needed. It could even be described as a war movie with the battle sequences and the strategizing.

The reason it’s down at number 6 is that most of the characters are paper-thin. Felicity Jones is great as Jyn Erso, and her character is given the most background. The rest of the characters are good characters, but I wasn’t given a reason to care about them. Diego Luna does a good job, but his character is literally given one line of background. Donne Yen’s character adds the most to the universe as a whole, introducing the concept of non-Jedi who are still in tune with the Force, but he still has a lack of development. This movie a great fresh addition to the franchise, but the characters bring it down a little.

#5: Return of the Jedi

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Return of the Jedi was a satisfying conclusion to the trilogy. Luke has become a Jedi Knight, and he shows off some new skills he’s learned throughout the movie. The opening scene in Jabba the Hutt’s palace is great. Jabba is one of my favorite Star Wars characters, the reuniting of Leia and Han was earned, and Luke was awesome as a Jedi Knight. All of the characters have great chemistry, and it was great seeing them on screen again.

The best part of the movie is definitely Luke and Darth Vader’s scenes. Vader is trying to bring Luke over to the dark side, and it all leads to the throne room battle. This is the first movie with Emperor Palpatine, seeing someone who Vader was subservient to was pretty menacing. The final fight between Luke and Darth Vader is my favorite lightsaber battle of all time. The entire trilogy has led to this moment, father and son facing off. I get chills every time Vader mentions turning Leia to the dark side, Luke goes crazy and cuts Vader’s hand off.

#4: The Force Awakens

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The Force Awakens had a tough job. J.J. Abrams had to make people excited about Star Wars again, while also making them forget about the prequels. He did both of those things, on top of making one of the most financially successful movies of all time. The movie feels new, but still like a Star Wars movie. The new characters are all great with Rey, Finn, and Poe. This was Daisy Ridley’s first movie, and she made Rey one of my favorite Star Wars character through her performance. It’s also just a lot of fun, there’s a really adventurous feel, the movie is funny, and it all creates a very enjoyable movie.

Harrison Ford did a great job of inhabiting the role of Han Solo again, and his character serves as a bridge between the original and sequel trilogies. I liked how he was the one that led Rey and Finn on their mission to get to the Resistance. Kylo Ren is a fantastic villain, he might be my favorite new character in the trilogy. Instead of recreating Darth Vader, he’s given conflict with the light and dark sides, which makes his character much more interesting. However, despite everything he did before, him killing Han Solo still makes me hate him. Spoiler alert I guess…

#3: The Last Jedi

 

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I’ve already written my review for The Last Jedi, and my full thoughts on the movie are there, but what I liked about it was that it took a lot of chances. It’s fair to say that The Force Awakens played it safe, so it was refreshing to see some things I didn’t expect. All of the characters are expanded on and get more development, especially Poe. Mark Hamill gives his best performance as Luke Skywalker in this movie, and his character makes some unexpected decisions. Carrie Fisher was great as Leia as always with some great scenes.

Again, Kylo Ren is a riveting character. They go deeper into his struggle with being pulled to the light side, which was a great storyline. The action is some of the best of the franchise, and so were the space battles. The Last Jedi goes in some surprising directions, but they make the movie different and new.

#2: A New Hope

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The first Star Wars movie introduced us to the “big three”, Luke, Leia, and Han, some of the most iconic characters of all time. The reason the movie is so entertaining is the characters. Luke has a great arc from being a farm boy to wanting to learn the ways of the Jedi and destroying the Death Star. Han is just a smuggler who just cares about the money, and he became one of my favorite Star Wars characters. The interesting things about Leia was that she was a damsel in distress that could handle herself. She was a female character that didn’t need to be saved constantly but stayed feminine.

The visual effects hold up after 40 years. The spaceships, blasters, and lightsabers still look good. They also used some practical effects that make the world feel more real and believable. Even though he doesn’t get much screen time, Darth Vader became possibly the most iconic villain of all time in this movie. James Earl Jones’s voice work made him a menacing force. John William’s score is amazing, the Star Wars theme is probably my favorite movie theme of all time. This movie is full of distinct characters, groundbreaking visual effects, and original ideas.

#1: The Empire Strikes Back

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I truly believe that Empire Strikes Back is a perfect movie. They built on everything that was set up in A New Hope while introducing new planets and characters we hadn’t seen before. Leia plays a major role in the Rebellion as we see on the opening scene on Hoth. There, we also see the AT-ATs for the first time and the method of taking them down that has been referenced. Later in the movie, Han and Leia develop a relationship which feels natural and isn’t a hindrance to the film. There’s a storyline on the new planet, Dagobah, where Yoda trains Luke to be a Jedi. Frank Oz created a unique voice and speech pattern for him that allowed him to still be remembered today.

Lando Calrissian is introduced as an old friend of Han’s, and Bily Dee Williams makes his character smooth and different from any other character in the franchise so far. Darth Vader gets much more attention in this movie than in A New Hope and with that, the Imperial March by John Williams is written. Vader gets to show off how powerful he actually is in this movie through Imperial power and in the Force. He especially shows off some skills in the lightsaber battle between him and Luke. At the end of that battle, Vader reveals to Luke that he is his father, one of the best twists in movie history.

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Movie Reviews

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Movie Review (No Spoilers)

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is the eighth episode of the Star Wars saga. It takes place right after The Force Awakens and has been highly anticipated for the past two years. That’s literally all I can say without spoiling it.

This installment is directed by Rian Johnson, and he brings a unique voice to the Star Wars universe. He manages to make it feel like it belongs in the universe while giving us something we haven’t seen before. There are numerous gorgeous shots in the movie that will stick with you for days. He also sets a slightly darker tone in comparison to the last film. There’s a sense of hopelessness that elevates the stakes, and ultimately makes the film more emotional.

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The title of the film is The Last Jedi, so many fans are wondering how it handles Luke. Mark Hamill gives his best performance ever as Luke Skywalker without a doubt. The trailers have hinted at a more reluctant and weary Luke, who might not be the hero that people remember him as. Thankfully, the film goes for this and it really works. The storyline between Luke and Rey was, personally, the best part of the movie. Daisy Ridley gives another fantastic performance as Rey in the film. She has some great scenes in the movie with some of the other characters in the movie. As she explained in The Force Awakens, Luke has become so infamous throughout the galaxy that he has become a myth, so she has dreamed of meeting him her entire life, and when it’s not what she expects, we get an interesting dynamic between the two characters.

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Adam Driver reprises his role as Kylo Ren, and his story arc was also very compelling. It’s hard to talk about him without spoiling anything, so I’ll say he has to deal with certain things, and it creates a conflict that brought about a great character arc. Adam Driver definitely has much more to work with as an actor than in Force Awakens, and his character has more of a role to play as well. Overall, I still love his character just as much, if not more, as I did previously. Supreme Leader Snoke also plays a bigger role, and the performance capture is unbelievable in this film. It’s hard to believe that he’s not played by a live-action actor because it looks that good. Andy Serkis proves that he is the king of performance capture as he gives a dark, menacing performance as Snoke.

Everybody involved with the Resistance does a great job as well. Oscar Issac is great as Poe Dameron and is given a bigger and stronger storyline, making him one of my favorite characters in the movie. He also has a great relationship with General Leia in the film. This will sadly be Carrie Fisher’s last performance as Leia, and she does a wonderful job with it. If you’re like me, it’ll be tough to get through some of the scenes, but she played a great leader in the Resistance. She still feels like the same character from the original trilogy, but a little bit older… in a good way. The film reminds us why we love Leia as a character and serves as a great remembrance to Carrie Fisher.

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There’s one thing people every fan wants to know about, and that’s the porgs. I’m happy to say that the porgs really work They don’t over do it to the point where they feel like Jar Jar Binks, but they do add some humorous moments to the film. There are surprisingly a lot of funny scenes in the movie. The vast majority of the jokes land really well, even though some feel a little out of place. For example, there’s a gag near the beginning of the movie that was funny but took away some of the weight to the scene for me.

The action scenes are exceptional in this movie. Johnson uses wide and long takes, which gives you the full scope of the battles. There’s one scene that is definitely one of my favorite action sequences of all the Star Wars movies. The space battles are also extremely exciting. There are quite a few of them, and they all left me on the edge of my seat.

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One problem I had with the film was the Finn and Rose storyline. John Boyega is great as Finn again, and Kelly Marie Tran is a great new addition to the Star Wars universe, but whenever it cut to them it took me I was taken out of the film. Even though the planet they were on was interesting, it didn’t feel like it belonged in a Star Wars movie. Benicio Del Toro plays a character they meet, and I thought he was great. I really loved his character, but just not their storyline. The movie is 2 and a half hours, making it the longest Star Wars movie to date, and the only times I felt the length of the movie was in the Finn and rose storyline.

The Last Jedi might be the best Star Wars movie since Empire. They build on a lot of ideas and characters from The Force Awakens and give us a great sequel that will make fans very happy.

Rating: A

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‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ New Photos;Cast Hints at Story

Star Wars: The Force Awakens was one of the highest grossing movies of all time because it belongs to one of the biggest movie franchises of all time. We barely know anything about the sequel, The Last Jedi, but in an interview with EWMark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, and Rian Johnson shared some details about he mind sets of the characters in the movie. Especially the Luke and Rey relationship.

Mark Hamill talks about how surprised he was to read the script and see how Luke was portrayed.

“The fact that Luke says, ‘I only know one truth. It’s time for the Jedi to end…’ I mean, that’s a pretty amazing statement for someone who was the symbol of hope and optimism in the original films. When I first read it, my jaw dropped. What would make someone that alienated from his original convictions? That’s not something that you can just make up in an afternoon, and I really struggled with this thing.”

Daisy Ridley says that Rey “misses the gruff warmth of Han Solo” and is trying to get Luke to pick himself back up and become the hero she wants him to be.

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“Regardless of everything else, she’s been welcomed. No one ever really turns away from her.  ’Oh my God, this other man that I lost within a couple days was somewhat of a father figure. Now he’s gone, and instead I’m with this grumpy guy on an island who doesn’t want me here.’ I don’t think one girl, who he doesn’t know, turning up with a lightsaber is gonna make him go, ‘Oh, s—, yeah, of course I’ll get back into the action.'”

Rian Johnson is taking a very different direction for Luke Skywalker than fans expected, according to EW. They say that Star Wars starts with “A long time ago” but doesn’t end with “Happily ever after.”

“The very first step in the writing of this was figuring out why he’s on that island. We know that he is not a coward. He’s not just hiding because he’s scared. But we also know that he must know his friends are in danger. He must know the galaxy needs him. And he’s sitting on this island in the middle of nowhere. There had to be an answer. It had to be something where Luke Skywalker believes he’s doing the right thing – and the process of figuring out what that is and unpacking it is the journey for Rey.”

In The Force Awakens, we learned that Luke was training Ben Solo, who later became Kylo Ren. Hamill says Luke feels guilty about that.

“[Luke] made a huge mistake in thinking that his nephew was the chosen one, so he invested everything he had in Kylo, much like Obi-Wan did with my character. And he is betrayed, with tragic consequences. Luke feels responsible for that. That’s the primary obstacle he has to rejoining the world and his place in the Jedi hierarchy, you know? It’s that guilt, that feeling that it’s his fault, that he didn’t detect the darkness in him until it was too late.”

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He also says that every detail about the past isn’t explained.

“There’s massive amounts of backstory that is left to your imagination and I couldn’t do my job without figuring out what that was. Since it’s not really important to the main story as a whole a lot of it is just for my own process. I talked with Rian about it and went into this elaborate scenario of what happened to Luke after the end of the Return of the Jedi.

Along with the interview, EW posted some exclusive photos from the new movie which you can see some of them below.

I haven’t talked about it much on the website, but I am a massive Star Wars fan. I like to read the canon novels, I’m reading the comics, and love most of the movies (not the prequels). I went to Star Wars Celebration this past April and got to watch the trailer for The Last Jedi on the show floor with hundreds of fans. Everybody went crazy throughout the whole thing, but especially when Luke says “It’s time for the Jedi… to end.” There was a mixture of excitement, confusion, and intrigue all throughout the crowd. What Rian Johnson is doing with the movie is fascinating.

He is taking a radically different approach to the character of Luke than what was expected. It looks like we have a guilt stricken Luke Skywalker here because he takes responsibility for Kylo Ren and the First Order. It looks like instead of a direct mentorship between Luke and Rey, like we had in A New Hope with Luke and Ben Kenobi, both characters are going to help each other get to the point that they want each other to be. It’s almost like he wanted to be what Obi Wan was to him to Ben Solo, but couldn’t have that.

I can’t wait to see what Rian Johnson can do with the power of writing and directing a Star Wars movie. He seems to be very confident that this is the right way to tell the eighth chapter in the Star Wars. Lucasfilm has impressed me so far with their Star Wars installments, so I trust them with this one.

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