Presented by James M. Tate / 12/15/2016 / No comments / prequel , science-fiction , star wars
THURSDAY REVIEW OF ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY
|Large Poster for ROGUE ONE: A Star Wars Story YEAR: 2016|
So then, ROGUE ONE is obviously intended as a genuine bridge... a prequel for the originals and a sequel for the prequels... and it does a pretty good job despite the first thirty minutes either expecting us to already know the characters we're supposed to root for, or giving us very little to be involved in and/or to cheer about... Plus the fact, there's a strange feeling that imposters have infiltrated our beloved landscape, including the meeting room and X-Wing hangar on the forest planet Yavin... And the very, very beginning... before the gigantic STAR WARS hits the screen (without a scroll-story this time)... is one of the dullest prologues ever, lacking kickstart action and utterly failing to serve the purpose of getting us revved for what's to come. But then, after a little while, something happens...
|Teaser Poster for Rogue One|