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Review: The surviving members of the resistance face the First Order once again, and the legendary conflict between the Jedi and the Sith reaches its peak bringing the Skywalker saga to its end genre: Action stars: Carrie Fisher USA directors: J.J. Abrams.

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The first order: exists Luke: I'm about to end this man's whole career. "Episode IX" redirects here. For other uses, see Episode 9. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Theatrical release poster Directed by J. J. Abrams Produced by Kathleen Kennedy J. Abrams Michelle Rejwan Screenplay by Chris Terrio Story by Derek Connolly Colin Trevorrow Based on Characters by George Lucas Starring Carrie Fisher Mark Hamill Adam Driver Daisy Ridley John Boyega Oscar Isaac Anthony Daniels Naomi Ackie Domhnall Gleeson Richard E. Grant Lupita Nyong'o Keri Russell Joonas Suotamo Kelly Marie Tran Ian McDiarmid Billy Dee Williams Music by John Williams Cinematography Dan Mindel [1] Edited by Maryann Brandon [1] Stefan Grube [1] Production company Lucasfilm Ltd. Bad Robot Productions Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Release date December 16, 2019 ( Hollywood) December 20, 2019 (United States) Running time 143 minutes [2] Country United States Language English Budget $275 million [3] Box office $1. 058 billion [4] [5] Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (also known as Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker) is a 2019 American epic space opera film produced, co-written, and directed by J. J. Abrams. It is the third installment of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, following The Force Awakens (2015) and The Last Jedi (2017), and the final episode of the nine-part " Skywalker saga ". [a] It was produced by Lucasfilm and Abrams's production company Bad Robot Productions and was distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. The film's ensemble cast includes Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Anthony Daniels, Kelly Marie Tran, Naomi Ackie, Domhnall Gleeson, Richard E. Grant, Lupita Nyong'o, Keri Russell, Joonas Suotamo, Ian McDiarmid, and Billy Dee Williams. It features the second posthumous film performance by Fisher, who died in 2016 and appears through the use of unused footage from The Force Awakens. [1] The Rise of Skywalker follows Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron as they lead the Resistance 's final stand against Kylo Ren and the First Order, who are now aided by the return of the deceased galactic emperor, Palpatine. After the new trilogy was announced following Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012, it was originally reported that The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson would write the script for Episode IX. In August 2015, Colin Trevorrow was hired to direct and to write a script with his collaborator Derek Connolly; both ultimately retained story credit with Abrams and Chris Terrio. In September 2017, Trevorrow left the project following creative differences with producer Kathleen Kennedy, and Abrams returned as director. Principal photography began in August 2018 at Pinewood Studios in England and wrapped in February 2019. Post-production was completed on November 24, 2019. With an estimated budget of $275 million, it is one of the most expensive films ever made. The Rise of Skywalker had its world premiere in Los Angeles on December 16, 2019, and was theatrically released in the United States on December 20, 2019. It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the acting, action sequences, musical score and visual effects, but criticized the plot, pacing, and perceived departures from the themes and plot of The Last Jedi. It has grossed over $1 billion worldwide, making it the eighth-highest-grossing film of 2019, and the 35th highest-grossing film of all time. The film received three nominations at the 92nd Academy Awards ( Best Original Score, Best Visual Effects, and Best Sound Editing) [7] as well as three at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards (also Best Special Visual Effects, Best Original Music, and Best Sound). [8] Plot [ edit] Following a threat of revenge by the revived Emperor Palpatine, Kylo Ren obtains a Sith wayfinder, leading him to the uncharted planet Exegol. There, he finds Palpatine, who reveals that he created Snoke as a puppet to control the First Order and lure Kylo to the dark side. Palpatine unveils the Final Order — a secret armada of Star Destroyers — and tells Kylo to find and kill Rey, who is continuing her Jedi training under Resistance leader Leia Organa. Finn and Poe Dameron deliver intel from a spy that Palpatine is on Exegol; Rey has learned from Luke Skywalker 's notes that a Sith wayfinder can lead them there. Rey, Finn, Poe, Chewbacca, BB-8, and C-3PO depart in the Millennium Falcon to Pasaana, where Luke's search for Exegol ended. On Pasaana, the group encounters Lando Calrissian, who points them to the wayfinder's last suspected location. Kylo learns where Rey is through their Force bond and travels there with his warrior subordinates, the Knights of Ren. Rey and the others discover the remains of a Jedi hunter named Ochi, his ship, and a dagger inscribed with Sith text, which C-3PO's programming forbids him from interpreting. Sensing that Kylo is nearby, Rey goes to confront him. The First Order captures the Falcon, Chewbacca, and the dagger; attempting to save Chewbacca, Rey accidentally destroys a First Order transport with Force lightning. Presuming that Chewbacca has been killed, the group escapes on Ochi's ship. Poe suggests traveling to Kijimi to have the Sith text extracted from C-3PO's memory; the process reveals coordinates to a wayfinder. Rey senses that Chewbacca is alive, and the group mounts a rescue mission. While Kylo searches for Rey, the group infiltrates his Star Destroyer with the help of Zorii Bliss, an old acquaintance of Poe's. Rey recovers the dagger and has visions of her parents being killed with it. Kylo informs her that she is Palpatine's granddaughter; the Sith Lord had ordered Ochi to recover Rey as a child, but her parents hid her on Jakku to protect her. General Hux saves Poe, Finn, and Chewbacca from execution, revealing himself as the spy. He permits the group to escape on the Falcon, but is discovered and executed. The group arrives on Kef Bir, where Rey locates the wayfinder on the remains of the second Death Star; upon touching the artifact, she has a vision of herself as a Sith. Having tracked them, Kylo destroys Rey's wayfinder and duels her. Dying, Leia calls to Kylo through the Force, distracting him as Rey impales him. Sensing Leia's death, Rey heals Kylo and takes his ship to exile herself on Ahch-To. There, Luke's Force spirit encourages Rey to face Palpatine and gives her Leia's lightsaber. Rey leaves for Exegol in Luke's X-wing fighter, using the wayfinder from Kylo's ship. Meanwhile, Kylo converses with a memory of his father, Han Solo; he throws away his lightsaber and reclaims his identity as Ben Solo. Palpatine has one of his superlaser-equipped Star Destroyers obliterate Kijimi. Upon the group's return to the Resistance base, R2-D2 receives a signal from Rey. The Resistance follows Rey's coordinates to Exegol, where she confronts Palpatine; he demands she kill him to transfer his spirit into her. Lando brings reinforcements from across the galaxy to join the battle. Ben overpowers the Knights of Ren and joins Rey, but Palpatine drains the pair's power to rejuvenate himself. He attacks the Resistance fleet with Force lightning and incapacitates Ben. Weakened, Rey hears the voices of past Jedi, who lend her their strength. Palpatine attacks her with his lightning, but Rey deflects it using the Skywalker lightsabers, killing him and herself. Ben uses the Force to revive her at the cost of his own life; Rey kisses Ben before he dies. The Resistance destroys Palpatine's command ship, leaving the armada trapped over Exegol. As people across the galaxy rise up against the First Order, the Resistance returns to their base to celebrate. After the celebration, Rey visits Luke's abandoned childhood home on Tatooine and buries the Skywalker lightsabers, having built her own. A passerby asks her name; as the spirits of Luke and Leia watch, she replies, "Rey Skywalker. " Cast [ edit] Carrie Fisher [1] as Leia Organa, the Force-sensitive leading general of the Resistance, widow of Han Solo, mother to Ben Solo, Luke Skywalker's twin sister and Darth Vader / Anakin Skywalker 's daughter. Fisher, who died in late 2016, appears through the use of repurposed unreleased footage from The Force Awakens. [9] [10] [b] [c] As a result of her passing, Fisher was not present in most of the film's marketing materials. Mark Hamill [1] as Luke Skywalker, the last Jedi Master, Leia Organa's twin brother, Darth Vader / Anakin Skywalker's son and maternal uncle of Kylo Ren who became one with the Force in The Last Jedi. [15] Adam Driver as Ben Solo / Kylo Ren, [16] the Supreme Leader of the First Order. Born as Ben Solo, he is the son of Leia Organa and Han Solo, the nephew of Luke Skywalker and grandson of Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader. Daisy Ridley as Rey [16] a former scavenger from Jakku, a member of the Resistance, the last Jedi, apprentice of Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa, and Palpatine 's granddaughter. She adopts the surname Skywalker at the end of the film to honor her mentors. [17] [18] [19] Cailey Fleming and Josefine Irrera Jackson as Young Rey. John Boyega as Finn, [16] a member of the Resistance and a former stormtrooper (FN-2187) who defected from the First Order. Oscar Isaac as Poe Dameron, [16] a high-ranking X-wing fighter pilot and commander of the Resistance who later inherits the rank of General from Leia. Anthony Daniels [1] as C-3PO, a humanoid protocol droid in the service of General Leia Organa. Daniels is the only actor to have appeared in all of the episodic films in the series. [20] Naomi Ackie as Jannah, [21] a former Stormtrooper of the First Order living on the planet Kef Bir, who aids the Resistance. Domhnall Gleeson [1] as General Armitage Hux, the First Order's second-in-command, who nonetheless gives information to the Resistance because of his dislike for Kylo Ren. Richard E. Grant [1] as Allegiant General Enric Pryde, a high-ranking general in the First Order, who also previously served in the Galactic Empire. [22] Lupita Nyong'o [1] as Maz Kanata, a former space pirate and ally of the Resistance. Keri Russell as Zorii Bliss, [23] [24] an old acquaintance of Poe's from Kijimi. [25] Joonas Suotamo [1] as Chewbacca, a Wookiee and first mate of the Millennium Falcon and longtime friend of Han Solo. Kelly Marie Tran [1] as Rose Tico, a mechanic in the Resistance who befriended Finn and joined him and his allies in The Last Jedi. Ian McDiarmid [26] [27] as Sheev Palpatine / Darth Sidious, the dark lord of the Sith and former emperor of the galaxy who was killed by the redeemed Anakin Skywalker in Return of the Jedi. [28] Having returned via "unnatural" Force abilities, [29] he is revealed to be Rey's paternal grandfather. [30] Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian, [1] a veteran of the Rebel Alliance, the original owner of the Millennium Falcon and an old friend of Chewbacca, Leia, Luke and Han. Williams returns to the Star Wars franchise onscreen for the first time since Return of the Jedi. [31] Billie Lourd, Greg Grunberg, and Harrison Ford reprise their roles as Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix, [32] [b] Temmin "Snap" Wexley, [33] and Han Solo, [34] respectively; Ford was uncredited for his role. Additionally, Dominic Monaghan portrays Resistance trooper Beaumont Kin, and Shirley Henderson voices Babu Frik in multiple languages. [35] [36] Hassan Taj and Lee Towersey perform the role of R2-D2, replacing Jimmy Vee, who had played the role in the previous two films, [37] whilst Ben Burtt returns as the vocals of R2-D2, Chewbacca, Lightsabers, and the breaths of Darth Vader. Dave Chapman and Brian Herring return as the puppeteers of BB-8. [38] Director J. Abrams also provides the voice for D-O. [39] Nick Kellington returns as the creature performance of Klaud. Martin Wilde, Anton Simpson-Tidy, Lukaz Leong, Tom Rodgers, Joe Kennard, and Ashley Beck appear as the Knights of Ren. Amanda Lawrence reprises her role as Commander Larma D’Acy, while Vinette Robinson plays her wife, Pilot Wrobie Tyce. Amir El-Masry appears as Commander Trach. Jodie Comer and Billy Howle briefly appear as Rey's mother and father, respectively. [39] Mike Quinn and Kipsang Rotich return as the performer and voice of Nien Nunb, respectively. Denis Lawson and Warwick Davis briefly reprise their roles as Wedge Antilles, a veteran of the Rebel Alliance; and Wicket W. Warrick, the leader of the Ewoks, respectively. [36] [39] Tom Wilton and screenwriter Chris Terrio briefly appear as the performer and voice for Aftab Ackbar, the son of Admiral Ackbar, respectively. [36] Composer John Williams cameos as Oma Tres, a Kijimi bartender, and Lin-Manuel Miranda cameos as a Resistance trooper. [39] Kevin Smith and Jeff Garlin both have cameos. [40] [41] Actors making reprisal vocal cameos include James Earl Jones as Darth Vader, Andy Serkis as Snoke, and the voices of Jedi Past with Ewan McGregor and Alec Guinness as Obi-Wan Kenobi (the latter via digitally altered archive audio), Hayden Christensen as Anakin Skywalker, Ashley Eckstein as Ahsoka Tano, Freddie Prinze Jr. as Kanan Jarrus, Olivia d'Abo as Luminara Unduli, Frank Oz as Yoda, Liam Neeson as Qui-Gon Jinn, Jennifer Hale as Aayla Secura, Samuel L. Jackson as Mace Windu, and Angelique Perrin as Adi Gallia. [36] Ed Sheeran, [36] Dhani Harrison, Nigel Godrich, J. D Dillard, and Dave Hearn cameo as stormtroopers. Production [ edit] Development [ edit] In October 2012, Star Wars creator George Lucas sold his production company Lucasfilm, and with it the Star Wars franchise, to The Walt Disney Company. [42] Disney subsequently announced the Star Wars sequel trilogy. [43] In June 2014, it was announced that Rian Johnson, writer and director of The Last Jedi, would write a story treatment for Episode IX. [44] In August 2015, Colin Trevorrow was announced as the director of the film; [45] he was to write the script with frequent collaborator Derek Connolly. [45] [46] In April 2017, Johnson stated that he was not involved in writing the film. [47] In February 2016, Disney chief executive officer Bob Iger confirmed that pre-production on Episode IX had begun. [48] Carrie Fisher died in December 2016. Her brother Todd later said, "She was going to be the big payoff in the final film. She was going to be the last Jedi, so to speak. " [49] In late April 2017, Disney announced that the film would be released on May 24, 2019. [50] A month later, filming was expected to begin in January 2018, [51] but this was later pushed back to August. In August 2017, it was announced that Jack Thorne would rewrite the script. [52] On September 5, 2017, Lucasfilm stated that Trevorrow had left the production following creative differences. [53] The Hollywood Reporter reported that his working relationship with Kathleen Kennedy had become unmanageable after failing to deliver a satisfactory script, despite writing several drafts. [54] Johnson was rumored as the top choice to replace Trevorrow as director, [55] but stated "it was never in the plan for me to direct Episode IX. " [56] The next day, it was announced that J. J. Abrams, the director of The Force Awakens, would return to direct the film, [57] and that the film's release date would be moved to December 20, 2019. [58] The story team met with George Lucas before writing the new script, [59] which Abrams co-wrote with Chris Terrio; [60] Trevorrow and Connolly retain story credits. [61] [62] [d] The story was rewritten to some extent before filming was completed. [65] The film was produced by Abrams's company Bad Robot Productions, Kathleen Kennedy, and Michelle Rejwan. [60] Before filming, Episode IX was initially given the working title Black Diamond, which was then changed to TrIXie, [66] most likely to insert the roman numeral "IX" within the working title. [67] The title, The Rise of Skywalker, was announced at April 2019's Star Wars Celebration in Chicago. [68] Casting [ edit] Carrie Fisher, who played Leia Organa, died on December 27, 2016. Variety and Reuters reported that she had been planned for a key role in Episode IX. [69] In January 2017, Lucasfilm stated that there were no plans to digitally generate Fisher's performance as they had for Rogue One. [70] The following April, Fisher's brother Todd revealed that Fisher's daughter, Billie Lourd, had granted Disney the rights to use recent footage of Fisher. [71] However, a week later, Kathleen Kennedy stated that Fisher would not appear in the film. [72] [73] In July 2018, J. J. Abrams announced that unused footage of Fisher from The Force Awakens would be used to help complete the story. [9] [10] [74] [e] In flashback scenes, digital de-aging was used for the appearance of Luke but not Leia. [75] In July 2018, Keri Russell was in talks to play a part with some "action-heavy fight scenes", [76] and it was confirmed that Billy Dee Williams would return as Lando Calrissian, [77] onscreen for the first time since 1983's Return of the Jedi —marking one of the longest intervals between portrayals of a character by the same actor in American film history. [31] [f] At the end of July, Russell was confirmed to have been cast, [78] and there was an announcement of returning and additional new cast members. [1] In late August, Deadline Hollywood announced that Dominic Monaghan and Matt Smith had been cast in unspecified roles, [79] [80] but Smith later denied his involvement. [81] [g] Greg Grunberg reprises his role as Temmin "Snap" Wexley. [33] Jimmy Vee stated on Twitter that he would be reprising the role of R2-D2, but in the final film the droid was credited to Hassan Taj and Lee Towersey. [84] [37] Brian Herring returns to puppeteer BB-8. [85] At Star Wars Celebration in April 2019, it was revealed via the film's teaser trailer that Ian McDiarmid would return to portray Palpatine. [26] Since the event was held after principal photography wrapped, Abrams was thrilled that news of McDiarmid on the set never leaked. [86] Kathleen Kennedy said they decided to reveal Palpatine's return ahead of the film's release because "many of the characters that are playing a significant role in the story, the fans know. They don't know how this story is going to unfold, but they know who they are. It's not like Baby Yoda, " the surprise popular character from The Mandalorian. [87] Filming [ edit] Principal photography began on August 1, 2018, at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, England. [1] Filming also took place in Wadi Rum, Jordan. [88] Oscar Isaac stated that Abrams was allowing more improvised acting than in the previous two films. [89] Due to the tight schedule, some editing took place on set. [90] Principal photography wrapped on February 15, 2019. [91] Footage from the film was shown at The Walt Disney Company's annual shareholders meeting on March 7, 2019. [92] Reshoots took place at Bad Robot Productions between late September and mid-October. [93] Post-production [ edit] The visual effects were created by Industrial Light & Magic and supervised by Roger Guyett. [94] The film finished post-production on November 25, 2019. After Boyega accidentally left a copy of the script in his hotel room, it was listed on eBay for around £65. A Disney employee identified the script as authentic and purchased it from the seller for an undisclosed sum. [95] [96] [97] Lucasfilm honored Riley Howell, a student and Star Wars fan who heroically died at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte shooting in April 2019, by naming a Jedi after him in its book Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - The Visual Dictionary. The book credits "Ri-Lee Howell" with collecting "many of the earliest accounts of exploration and codifications of The Force. " [98] Music [ edit] On January 10, 2018, it was confirmed that John Williams would return to compose and conduct The Rise of Skywalker. [99] [100] The next month, Williams announced that it would be the last Star Wars film for which he would compose the score. [101] In August 2019, it was revealed that Williams had written about 35 of an expected 135 minutes of music for the film, which according to Williams's brother Don, would incorporate all of the major themes of the Skywalker saga. [102] Scoring began in July 2019 with Williams and William Ross conducting and orchestrating the sessions over the course of six months. [103] Walt Disney Records released the soundtrack album digitally on December 18, 2019, with a physical release following on December 20. [104] Marketing [ edit] Though Abrams stayed silent about many details of the film, he expressed his hopes that audiences would be "satisfied. " [105] He headed a panel dedicated to the film on April 12, 2019, during Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, Illinois, [106] where the film's title was revealed via the first trailer, and new images were shown. [68] The trailer was viewed 111 million times in the first 24 hours of its release, which was 20 million more views than the teaser for The Last Jedi and more than double that of The Force Awakens. [107] A publishing campaign titled " Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker " was announced on May 4, 2019 ( Star Wars Day). It includes the novel Resistance Reborn, set between The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker, and various other titles. [108] Additionally, the story events of the Disneyland themed area Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge precede the film, including the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run motion simulator, which features Chewbacca. [109] On August 24, a new poster and "sizzle reel" was released at D23; [25] the latter was released to the public two days later. The footage includes a montage of the Skywalker saga so far, as well as several new shots from the film. [110] The final trailer was released on October 21, 2019 during Monday Night Football. [111] In December 2019, the video game Fortnite Battle Royale released several cosmetics featuring character skins for Rey, Finn, a Sith Trooper, Kylo Ren, and Zorii Bliss along with a TIE Fighter glider, a Millennium Falcon glider (which was given to players for free from the Winterfest Event), four emotes, and a two free banners. [112] On December 14, Fortnite 's publisher Epic Games released a preview of the film on an in-game theater screen as a live event. [113] At the end of the event, a message from Palpatine (like the one mentioned in the film's opening crawl) was heard. [114] To coincide with the release of the film, a trailer for the forthcoming video game, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was released on the same day. [115] Release [ edit] The film was originally planned to be released on May 24, 2019, in the United States before being pushed back to December 20. [50] [58] It had its world premiere in Los Angeles on December 16. [116] Unlike most studio films, Disney reportedly did not hold test screenings for The Rise of Skywalker, instead only showing it to Abrams' friends and family, as well as a terminally ill fan. [117] [118] A shot near the end of the film, featuring two female Resistance members kissing, was cut in Dubai and Singapore. [119] [120] The film will be available on Disney+ in 2020. [121] Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] As of February 2, 2020, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has grossed $507. 1 million in the United States and Canada, and $551 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $1. 058 billion. [4] [5] Pre-sale tickets went on sale on October 21, 2019 and the film sold more tickets in their first hour of availability on Atom Tickets than the previous record-holder for ticket sales, Avengers: Endgame. It became Atom Tickets' second-best first-day seller of all-time behind Endgame, selling more than twice the number of tickets as The Last Jedi sold in that same timeframe, while Fandango reported it outsold all previous Star Wars films. [111] [122] Box office tracking had The Rise of Skywalker grossing around $205 million in its opening weekend, though some firms predicted a debut closer to $175 million. [123] The film made $89. 6 million on its first day, including $40 million from Thursday night previews, the sixth-highest opening day of all-time. [124] [125] It went on to debut to $177. 4 million, which was the third-highest opening ever for a December release and the 12th-best all-time, and it was also noted that Saturday (which saw a 47 percent drop from Friday's gross) was the busiest shopping day of the year, likely affecting ticket sales. [126] [127] [128] However, Deadline Hollywood did write that "we can't ignore" the less than stellar audience exit scores, which could affect the film's legs moving forward. [126] The film made $32 million on Christmas Day, the second-best total ever for the holiday after The Force Awakens ' $49. 3 million in 2015. [129] It went on to have a five-day total of $135. 2 million, including $72. 4 million for the weekend. [130] [131] [132] In its third weekend the film made $34. 5 million, remaining in first, [133] [134] before being dethroned in its fourth weekend by newcomer 1917. [135] Worldwide the film was projected to gross around $450 million in its opening weekend, including $250 million from 52 international territories. [136] It made $59. 1 million from its first day of international release in 46 countries. The biggest markets were the United Kingdom ($8. 3 million), Germany ($7. 2 million), France ($5. 3 million) and Australia ($4. 3 million). [137] In China, where Star Wars has never been a big draw and each Disney installment opened to diminishing amounts, the film made just $1. 6 million (RMB11. 6 million) through its first day. [138] It went on to open to $198 million from overseas countries and $373. 5 million worldwide, coming in below projections and 47 percent lower than The Last Jedi ' s total. Its biggest opening totals remained the UK ($26. 8 million), Germany ($21. 8 million), France ($15. 2 million), Japan ($14. 6 million), Australia ($12. 6 million), and China ($12. 1 million). [137] Critical response [ edit] Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 52% based on 472 reviews, with an average rating of 6. 17/10. The website's critics consensus reads: " Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker suffers from a frustrating lack of imagination, but concludes this beloved saga with fan-focused devotion. " [139] It is the lowest rated live-action, theatrically released Star Wars film on the site. On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 54 out of 100, based on 60 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". [140] Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter praised the visual effects, but criticized the storytelling, writing, "A plot like this, featuring so many characters, locations and story dynamics, can by nature be confusing; so relentless is the pileup of incident that, at a certain point, one can be excused for checking out on the particulars of what's going on at a given moment and why, in favor of just going along for the amusement park ride. " [141] For The A. V. Club, A. A. Dowd gave the film a C+, writing that the film "is so freighted with obligation that it almost groans under the weight, flashing a weak smile as it vaguely approximates the appearance of a zippy good time". [142] The BBC 's Nicholas Barber wrote that "the film is well acted, it looks so good that there is bound to be a fabulous tie-in coffee-table book of concept art, and it has a positive message about never giving up hope. But the main feeling it instills in the viewer is a renewed respect for the imagination of Lucas. The Rise of Skywalker has been lovingly crafted by a host of talented people, and yet the best they can do is pay tribute to everything he did several decades ago. " [143] Richard Roeper, reviewing for the Chicago Sun-Times, gave the film three stars out of four, stating, " The Rise of Skywalker rarely comes close to touching greatness, but it's a solid, visually dazzling and warmhearted victory for the Force of quality filmmaking. " [144] Owen Gleiberman of Variety praised the film as "the most elegant, emotionally rounded, and gratifying Star Wars adventure since the glory days of Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back ", but added that "given the last eight films, the bar isn't that high". [145] Michael Phillips for Chicago Tribune wrote that " The Rise of Skywalker does the job. It wraps up the trio of trilogies begun in 1977 in a confident, soothingly predictable way, doing all that is cinematically possible to avoid poking the bear otherwise known as tradition-minded quadrants of the Star Wars fan base. " [146] Scott Mendelson for Forbes described the film as "possibly worse than any prior Star Wars 'episode'. It ends a legendary franchise with a thud while denying this new trilogy its artistic reason for existence. " He said the main problem "isn't just that it absolutely walks back a number of potent reveals and plot threads from the last movie, but rather that the 142-minute movie spends almost its entire running time retconning its predecessor and adding painfully conventional 'plot twists' and patronizing reversals in the name of mollifying the fans who merely want to be reminded of the first three movies. " [147] Similarly, Justin Chang of the Los Angeles Times felt the film "nakedly offers itself up in the spirit of a Last Jedi corrective, a return to storytelling basics, a nearly 2½-hour compendium of everything that made you fall in love with Star Wars in the first place. The more accurate way to describe it, I think, is as an epic failure of nerve. This Rise feels more like a retreat, a return to a zone of emotional and thematic safety from a filmmaker with a gift for packaging nostalgia as subversion. " [148] Writing for The New Yorker, Richard Brody found the film to come short of others in the franchise, stating: "The faults of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker are those of the franchise over all, distilled and magnified because the film's director, J. Abrams, is mainly a distiller and a magnifier, and brings virtually no originality to it. His earnest and righteously grandiose direction evokes, as few movies do, a craving for Michael Bay at the controls. " [149] Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle disliked the film, writing in his review: "The audience is reacting, not with honest feeling, but more like one of Pavlov's dogs. Here's a truth that must be kept in mental balance with the warm rush of the movie's final minutes: For about 75 percent of its running time, The Rise Of Skywalker is a disappointment. Still, for all the movie's faults, it's likely that most people will consider The Rise of Skywalker and accept the trade: Sit through a so-so 110 minutes to get to a strong half hour. " [150] Whereas Kelly Marie Tran had around 10 minutes of screentime in The Last Jedi, she appears for about a minute in The Rise of Skywalker. The reduced role was interpreted by some critics as a concession to fans who disliked her character; [151] Tran had been a target of online harassment following the release of The Last Jedi. In Vox, Alissa Wilkinson wrote that "it’s hard not to think that choice is designed to avoid further angering those fans who harbor a racist vendetta against a movie that dares to cast an Asian woman in a co-starring role". [152] Screenwriter Chris Terrio said Tran had reduced screentime because of the difficulty of including the late Carrie Fisher in scenes. [153] Audience response [ edit] According to CinemaScore, American audiences gave the film an average grade of "B+" on an A+ to F scale; by comparison, The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi each earned an "A" score and all three of the prequels an "A–". [154] On PostTrak, audiences gave the film an average 4 out of 5 stars, with 70 percent saying they would definitely recommend it; parents and children under 12 years old (who made up 16 percent of opening night attendance) gave it a full five out of five stars. Men (who made up 67 percent of the audience) gave the film an overall positive score of 80 percent while women (33 percent) gave it an 84 percent. [126] [155] RelishMix, which tracks social media posts and online presence, "noticed a divided reaction to Skywalker online, though it leaned slightly positive". [126] Months prior to the film's trailer release, the film was review bombed on Rotten Tomatoes to the point where the "Want to See" percentage went down as far as 5 percent within a day, with many of them focusing on lingering negativity towards The Last Jedi. [156] Similar bombing with Captain Marvel caused Rotten Tomatoes to completely remove the Want to See feature after temporarily changing it to a number. [156] Despite the early review bombing and the lower scores with critics and audience polls, The Rise of Skywalker received a high Rotten Tomatoes audience score. This was opposite to the low audience and high critics score of The Last Jedi. Humza Hussain at Screen Rant suggested that the story decisions had generally appeased the detractors of The Last Jedi. [157] Abrams was aware that any decision would please some and not others, saying "They're all right". [158] Accolades [ edit] Notes [ edit] ^ The "Skywalker saga" refers to the main Star Wars film franchise, which is a trilogy of trilogies. [6] ^ a b Billie Lourd portrays her mother's character in a short flashback, which also utilizes footage from Return of the Jedi. [11] [12] ^ Unseen footage of Fisher from The Last Jedi was considered but not used. [13] [14] ^ Trevorrow and Connolly's script, titled Duel of the Fates after the theme of the same name from The Phantom Menace, included elements which were utilized to some extent in the final film, such as Kylo finding a Sith holocron in Darth Vader's castle on Mustafar, and the transference of Force energy. [63] [64] ^ According to Todd Fisher, "There's a lot of minutes of footage. I don't mean just outtakes. 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0:40 Personne me connaît c'est bien le problème. Star wars episode ix - the rise of skywalker watch online free. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will conclude the current Star Wars trilogy, and a new trailer showcased at Disney’s D23 Expo teases what that end looks like. And now, Disney has posted it online for everyone to see. The trailer opens with footage from all nine Star Wars films. A voiceover from Luke declares that there have been “a thousand generations, but this is your fight. ” Rey, Poe, and Finn are preparing for the biggest fight of their life. Battleships tear through the skies, as Rey and Kylo Ren meet in the middle of a war-torn planet, ready to fight. The best bit of all? Rey is wielding a red, double-sided lightsaber. This new trailer comes just a couple of months after Lucasfilm debuted the first one at Star Wars Celebration in April. The Rise of Skywalker is a momentous film — not just because it’s reuniting Mark Hamill (presumably as the Force ghost of Luke Skywalker, who died in the previous film, The Last Jedi), the late Carrie Fisher (via footage shot for The Force Awakens), and Billy Dee Williams reprising his role as Lando Calrissian. It’s also the last Star Wars movie fans will see for a couple of years. Disney is taking a break from Star Wars movies, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger, who suggested that audience fatigue was the reason the Star Wars spinoffs Solo: A Star Wars Story and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story didn't do as well as the company hoped. Solo was also critically panned. The Star Wars franchise is set to return to the big screen in 2022 with a new movie from Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson also has a trilogy in the works. Still, people looking for their Star Wars kick won’t have to go far. There are four Star Wars series in development for Disney’s streaming service, Disney+ — The Mandalorian, an Obi-Wan series, a Rogue One spinoff, and a return of The Clone Wars. Disney also released a new poster for Rise of Skywalker, seen below. The film will be released on December 20th. Correction (August 25th, 3am ET): The original story said the next Star Wars movie is out in 2021. It’s out in December 2022. The story has been updated to reflect these changes. Update, August 26th, 8:35am: Updated post to include the newly released trailer.
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Chega a ser irônico o segundo filme ser o mais dark de todas as trilogias, A Nova Esperança só durou até a destruição da primeira Estrela da Morte, George Lucas ousou um filme onde os heróis perdem, o personagem mais popular é congelado em carbonite e levado embora em uma vírgula voadora e temos o choque de uma vida ao descobrir que Vader é Anakin Skywalker. A Saga de Guerra nas Estrelas teve altos e baixos, cada vez que algum "fã" reclama que The Last Jedi não é o filme perfeito que só existe na cabeça dele e que "A Disney destruiu Star Wars", eu lembro de Caravana da Coragem (foram DOIS) filmes e do Especial de Natal, que para desespero de todos, graças ao Mandalorian, agora é canônico. Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker - Onde Estamos Depois do perrengue passado no Último Jedi, Rey descobre que não é filha de ninguém famoso, nem conta verificada no Instagram seus pais tinham. 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Aprendemos que só um Sith lida com absolutos, mas Jedis não trabalhavam muito bem o meio-termo, até Yoda explicar a Luke que a Força é muito maior do que nossas meras disputas galácticas. A grande mensagem desse filme é justamente que o caminho do meio é uma opção, é possível viver longe do extremismo. Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker é acima de tudo uma despedida planejada, com personagens como Chewie e C3PO tendo muito tempo de tela e oportunidade de expressar emoções como nunca fizeram antes. Mesmo a Rey, que era irritantemente perfeitinha, e ainda é em alguns momentos (afinal nada mais natural que uma criança criada num planeta desértico ser uma excelente velejadora) também tem suas dúvidas. Em verdade Rey é bem atormentada, perde o controle dos poderes e é cheia de dúvidas, ela só é marrenta no Twitter. Sua grande limitação é que ela não pode crescer como pessoa se nem sabe quem ela é. Participações Afetivas em Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker OK, se eu falar vira spoiler, mas uma cena apareceu no trailer então dá pra dizer: Lando Fucking Calrisian está de volta, e Billy Dee Williams não perdeu 1% do charme de antigamente. Bom demais ver Lando e Chewie na cabine da Aluminum Falcon metendo bala nos imperiais, e dessa vez Lando não está usando a roupa do Han (sério, no final de Império ele está usando a roupa do Solo). Há as participações esperadas e algumas BEM surpresa, no estilo "num credito! ". Uma delas é fundamental para mudar o destino de um personagem importante. Também temos Warrick Davis e Dennis Lawson como Wedge Antilles! Agora com mais Lando Calrisian O Problema do roteiro Ah, o roteiro. Desde que Orson Welles parou de escrever os filmes de Star Wars o roteiro decaiu muito. Bons tempos em que  A New Hope ensinou tantas gerações como criar um roteiro complexo, cheio de reviravoltas, desenvolvimento de personagens - pois é, o roteiro do primeiro Star Wars cabe nas costas de um selo. Lembrem-se: o adversário de Luke se chamava Pai Negro em holandês e o grande mistério era quem seria sua irmã, numa história que só tinha uma mulher entre os protagonistas. A Jornada do Herói nunca foi necessariamente complexa, e as alegações de que Finn, Rey e Poe só avançam por causa de sorte criada no roteiro, bem, por que diabos o droide que o Tio Owen comprou queima na hora exata pro C3PO sugerir ao Luke o R2D2? Quase tudo em Star Wars é explicado como ação da Força, e em Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker isso é explícito. É "roteiro fraco"? Talvez, mas aí você terá que classificar todos os filmes da série como roteiro fraco e admitir que perdeu seu tempo nos últimos 40 anos acompanhando uma saga ruim. Star Wars é muito mais que um roteiro, são arquétipos, deslumbramento, batalhas épicas, festas estranhas e gente esquisita. Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker tem tudo isso, além de todos os bem-vindos clichês, como o clássico "I have a bad feeling about this". E sim, tem braço arrancado. Não é Star Wars sem braço arrancado, a regra é clara. A Emoção Há alguns momentos em que a atmosfera ambiente fica mais umedecida do que painel de Twilight na ComicCon. Um deles é estranho, uma morte que a gente já esperava, não deveria afetar. Bate forte também um momento de redenção inesperado, daqueles "essa personagem não pode ficar boazinha agora senão estraga a história", mas aí eu percebi que já vi isso antes, e não estraga. De todos, dois momentos foram especiais, a Batalha de Helm´s Deep e o magnífico momento Tony Stark da Rey. "Família você escolhe" - Lembre-se disso Corrigindo Injustiças Os chatos, que adoram usar termos como "retcon"  e "fan service" vão reclamar e muito, mas uma injustiça histórica de 42 anos foi corrigida, com ajuda da Lupita Nyong'o, um momento mal-explicado do Last Jedi foi explicado, Rey estar muito mais poderosa também faz sentido (ela continuou seu treinamento) e algo óbvio que muita gente reclamou depois do Império foi corrigido, explicando várias das correções já citadas. Digamos que é o tipo de diversidade que nem os fãs mais reacionários vão questionar. O Grande Problema Sendo realista, a Disney não sabe fazer sagas, pronto falei. Ela faz continuações excelentes, mas não planejadas. O Despertar da Força foi basicamente um reboot do A New Hope, e vários ganchos foram deixados, mas não havia nada pensado a fundo para uma nova trilogia, cada novo filme foi feito tentando encaixar uma história na anterior. Há ZERO indicação do destino final da Rey, no primeiro filme. Até o final do segundo a gente sequer sabe se ela é filha do Luke ou não. J. Abrams teve que gastar parte do filme corrigindo problemas do anterior, o que explica os 142 minutos de duração. Ficou perfeito? Claro que não, nenhum filme é perfeito, mas ficou bem-amarrado. Que a Disney tenha aprendido a lição, e passe a planejar suas sagas de forma mais ambiciosa. James Gunn está aí pra isso, caras. Snif. O que não tem em Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker Longos discursos, negociações de acordos comerciais, intrigas palacianas, namoro na grama e reclamações de areia em locais inconvenientes, Emo Ren, personagens desconhecidos assumindo o protagonismo das cenas, e  Pod Racing. Há pouquíssima exposição no filme, JJ entendeu que se você vai ver o NONO filme de uma franquia, já passou da hora de ter que parar tudo pra explicar a trama. O que tem em Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker Porgs e Ewoks, o que restou da Batalha de Endor e Tatooine. Pro local mais distante do centro brilhante da galáxia, Tatooine é um lugar muito visitado nessa saga. O Segredo para amar Star Wars Star Wars é simples. É uma saga do Bem contra o Mal, com heróis predestinados, que se estende por gerações. É um erro tentar ver com olhos adultos uma história que nos cativou quando crianças, não me interessa se parsercs são unidades de distância e não de tempo, eu não quero saber de midichlorians ou como a Força funciona. Não me importa se o Luke poderia aparecer como fantasminha e dar o caminho das pedras pra todo mundo. Toda narrativa só funciona dentro dos limites criados pelo autor. Um filme tem que mexer com suas emoções, e Star Wars faz isso brilhantemente, na primeira morte importante eu só não gritei "CACHORRA!!!! " no cinema pra não melindrar o Nick Ellis do meu lado. Hora do Adeus Depois de todos esses anos, meus personagens queridos finalmente descansarão. Eu vi o começo e o fim de suas histórias. 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See more  » Details Release Date: 20 December 2019 (USA) Also Known As: Star Wars: Episode IX Box Office Budget: $200, 000, 000 (estimated) Opening Weekend USA: $177, 383, 864, 22 December 2019 Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $1, 058, 056, 021 See more on IMDbPro  » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs  » Did You Know? Trivia When the trailer and title were first revealed in April of 2019, as well as the revelation that Ian McDiarmid would return as Emperor Palpatine, McDiarmid made a surprise appearance after the trailer was first shown at the Star Wars Celebration in Chicago. McDiarmid merely said three words, amongst loud cheers from the crowd: "Roll it again! " Followed by a mic drop. Abrams was apparently thrilled that the news of Palpatine hadn't leaked online beforehand. See more » Goofs In the final sequence after the battle, when everyone returns to the rebel base to celebrate, Poe and Finn come together and celebrate. After celebrating, Rey appears and the three do a group hug. In this group hug, the order is wrong. Poe should have his head on one shoulder of Rey and Finn on another shoulder instead of Finn being the central figure in the hug. See more » Quotes [ first lines] Emperor Palpatine: At last. Snoke trained you well. Kylo Ren: I killed Snoke. I'll kill you. My boy, I made Snoke. I have been every voice... Snoke:. have ever heard.. Darth Vader:.. your head. See more » Soundtracks Oma's Place Written, Produced, and Performed by Ricky Tinez and J. Abrams See more » Frequently Asked Questions See more ».

Make it END already. Star wars: episode ix - the rise of skywalker watch 2. Watch star wars episode ix - the rise of skywalker full movie online. Star wars: episode ix - the rise of skywalker watch movie. I loved the rise of skywalker. 👉 ➤➤ “Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker” (2019) Dublado Filmes Completo 👉 ➤➤ “Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker” (2019) Dublado Filmes Completo É justo dizer que o Episódio IX de Guerra nas Estrelas é um dos filmes mais ansiosamente esperados da história, com o próximo filme programado para encerrar a saga Skywalker após décadas de narrativas na tela. No entanto, apesar disso ainda sabemos relativamente pouco sobre o que esperar da sequência de The Last Jedi, que está sendo mantida em sigilo por enquanto antes do seu lançamento no final de 2019. A próxima parte da saga Star Wars será lançada nos cinemas do Reino Unido em 19 de dezembro de 2019, retornando ao lançamento tradicional de Natal dos filmes modernos após o spin-off de Solo: A Star Wars Story’s May, este ano. Originalmente, o Episódio IX estava programado para ser lançado no verão de 2019, mas foi adiado devido a problemas nos bastidores (veja abaixo), e a nova data de lançamento significa que os fãs terão que esperar mais do que nunca entre os filmes — um total de 19 meses — antes que eles consigam sua próxima ação Jedi.

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Home > Star Wars Saga > Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Critics Consensus Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker suffers from a frustrating lack of imagination, but concludes this beloved saga with fan-focused devotion. 52% TOMATOMETER Total Count: 472 86% Audience Score Verified Ratings: 96, 803 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Ratings & Reviews Explanation Tickets & Showtimes The movie doesn't seem to be playing near you. Go back Enter your location to see showtimes near you. Videos Photos Movie Info No one's ever really gone... Rey's journey continues and the Skywalker saga concludes in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, coming December 2019. Rating: PG-13 (for sci-fi violence and action) Genre: Directed By: Written By: In Theaters: Dec 20, 2019 wide Runtime: 155 minutes Studio: Walt Disney Pictures Cast News & Interviews for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Critic Reviews for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Audience Reviews for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Quotes News & Features.


Perhaps this movie resonated differently with people who grew up with the original trilogy than those that came in at a later point and were expecting more focus on things happening in the prequels? I've read reviews that it was three movies in one, endless action scenes and zero character development, and nothing could be further from the truth. The film is extremely focused on the story line; no side tracks and gone are the silly excursions of casinos, code breakers and horse races that doesn't lead anywhere. No weird everybody has the force philosophy with kids and brooms, or dead pan silliness where Poe speaks to the First Order pretending to be put on hold. It is in a sense intense in that a lot is wrapped up, but so it should be as one has to remember it is the final chapter. This was a true Star Wars story for those to whom Star Wars matter, and the final scene in particular was wonderful and dare I say cathartic. Ignore the negative reviewers, as in the words of the late Michael Jackson, they don't care about us.


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