Finally, time for the 9th Episode of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The journey of Star Wars was started in 1997 which rapidly turned out to be a phenomenon in the Hollywood industry. The series then expanded its business to various other films, television series, video games, novels, comic books, theme park attractions, and themed areas. Star Wars portrays the entire fictional universe. No doubt, Star Wars got loved since back then and also got a title for the “Most successful film merchandise franchise” in Guinness World Records.
It has been seen this episode is back with capturing every possible thing. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has a variety of amazing stuff, from Space battles to Raging lightsaber duels, from galaxy-threatening climax to jokes and a lot of cute aliens. Even after putting so many efforts and including every possible element of the universe, the movie is still not able to surprise its audience and that’s really sad!
Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker
J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hit the box office on Friday across the world. Let’s have some spoilers of the film now. So, the storyline shows in the galaxy arrives an old evil from the grave. Kylo Ren, who’s the villain in the film curiously starts looking for that old spirit. And, all the things happening takes the heroes Finn, Poe, and Chewbacca along with their friends fussy C3-P0, beepy R2-D2, and ballsy BB-8 to different planets so that they can have some clue about the saga-spanning showdown.
There are a lot of ups and downs, aliens and creatures, and a complete package of fun and thrill in the film. If we talk about the action in the Rise of Skywalker then it’s really remarkable and takes all the things altogether to the next level. Star Wars is just beyond everything, has shown various planets, tsunamis destroying everything, horror hideaway, thunderstorm, and stroboscopic lighting.
Everything is so astonishing but there’s a big turning off right from the beginning itself and that is the entry of that old evil which appears to be quite weird. It’s like the film is in a fast forward mode. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker running time is 2 hours 21 minutes. Poe has a power of lightspeed skipping and using his power he destroysMilennium Falcon that too without any pause. There’s actually no pause in the film. Also, there’s everything more like a higher amount of ships, battles, motorbikes, stormtroopers, and the characters too are more!
It’s like some of the characters are almost of no use. Even the main characters of the film go sidelined for some moment. For instance, there comes a new character Dominic Monaghan who has no reason to be a part of it. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is produced with an aim to close the entire story here just like Infinity War and Endgame but this is not something that emerges out to be that appealing.