The empire Strikes First!
Back in 2011 when Disney acquired Lucas Films, they announced they would be doing stand alone star wars films. For us jaded fans, we had expected something which was a quick money grab with light on content movies.

I myself went in with low expectations of a movie about a rag tag group a heist to get the death star plans.

But somehow, the film makers managed to turn this small premise into a full blown star wars film. I am not going to give any spoilers in this review. But this movie went from a small and UN-interesting premise to something awesome.

Set 30 years BEFORE last years Force Awakens and moments before the 1977 original film, this is a prequel to the originals and a sequel to episode 1-2-3.

As far as characters go, K-2so the droid and Donnie yens characters were the standout ones. The lead Jyn erso was there to drive the story forward but she wasn’t the most compelling character among the group, even though she was definitely supposed to be.

Coming back to the plot, the tie in novel catalyst sets up the story of the Erso’s pretty well and the movie follows it with Galen erso working on the death star program. Jyn his daughter is his only hope at redemption. Saying anything more IS definitely a spoiler for this film.

All I can say is that, after empire strikes back, this is the darkest and most action packed film set in the Darth Vader era. Who makes an appearance in this film and is something to look forward to in his small but effective cameo.

The music is a mixture of old and some new star wars themes. It doesn’t stand out, but for fans its familiar enough.

Lastly this film doesn’t have the familiar fan fare and opening crawl of the normal films, setting it apart as a stand alone story.

I REALLY enjoyed the second half of the film, which elevated the premise and added SO much depth and nuance to the original 1977 star wars. This movie is an absolute must watch for fans of the original.

Rating : I will have to rate this very high of 9/10. I wanted to give it a perfect 10, but the Jyn erso character is not compelling enough to make this movie a perfect 10.
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Wait for it... Wait for it... Vader's back!
*applause*

Wait for it... Wait for it... The AT-AT Walkers are back!
*applause*

Wait for it... Wait f-
MAX: EVERYONE'S BACK. OKAY. STOP CONCEALING THEIR FACES FOR 30 SECONDS AS IF IT'S THE KEY TO SURPRISE.
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A better prequel to the original sequel
A cult, a religion and one of the modern-day cinema’s greatest achievement in science fiction, Star Wars franchise buckled up their boots and breathed new life into the saga with The Force Awakens aka Star Wars 7. Well, being notorious with the ordering has been one of the trademarks and this new movie can be termed as a prequel to Star wars 4: A New Hope from where it all began (chronological not numerological).
Star Wars 3.5 aka Rogue One is set mostly between the creation of fully functioning Death Star and Darth Vader’s rise to power. As it comes off a standalone movie not connected to any trilogy, this might act as the spin-off to explore the enmity between the Empire and the Rebels. Set in the older time does have its constraints and new robots not much advanced like BB-8 are introduced. It’s safe to say this has to be one of those movies straight out of basic warfare games and following the mission of seeking out the death star and destroying it.
Imperial Ships, Major Weapons Test (common don’t be shy to use the word Death Star guys), recruiting talented individuals(mostly criminals, suicide squad for a suicide mission), the avant-garde background score given by John Will…oh wait standalone movie, standalone new music director Michael Giacchino.
PS: Vader and his fear-inducing swag!.

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the movie was full of action and entertainment and graphic used in movie are very awesome with fantasacting acting and scene in the movie but story of the movie was little confusing but overall movie was fully
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