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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (5/10)

by Tony Medley

Runtime 134 minutes.

OK for children.

These Star Wars movies are pretty much the same story each time nowadays. This one has the same outlandish characters in that far, far away galaxy a long, long time ago. Itís got basically the same villains and similar robots. The good guys are fighting the same war. The special effects are so similar that they no longer inspire wonderment. When they say "A Star Wars Story," what they really mean is The Star Wars Story because there only seems to be one of them.

This one has new names for basically the same characters, played by different actors, Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Mads Mikkelsen, Forest Whitaker, and other less expensive contributors. Itís got the same bad guys, even Darth Vader. It even looks like they used basically the same set used in the last one for the climax. Maybe it's not exactly the same but the idea is the same.

If youíre a Star Wars fan and donít care about anything but CGI action and pulse-pounding music, this is for you. As for me, this failed the watch test. At the screening we were implored not to reveal any spoilers. Alas, I didnít see anything to say that would qualify as a spoiler.