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Release : 2016-12-14 Runtime : 133 min. Genre : Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Thriller, War Production : Lucasfilm, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Allison Shearmur Productions, Black Hangar Studios Cast : Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn, Donnie Yen, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, Riz Ahmed, Jiang Wen, Forest Whitaker, Jimmy Smits, Genevieve O'Reilly, Anthony Daniels, James Earl Jones, Spencer Wilding, Daniel Naprous, Guy Henry, Ingvild Deila, Angus MacInnes, Drewe Henley, David Ankrum, Ian McElhinney, Michael Smiley, Warwick Davis, Alistair Petrie, Valene Kane, Jonathan Aris, Fares Fares, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Paul Kasey, Stephen Stanton, Ben Daniels, Simon Farnaby, Geraldine James, Ariyon Bakare, Jordan Stephens, Nick Kellington, Derek Arnold, Aidan Cook, Ian Whyte, Rian Johnson, Ram Bergman, David Acord, Steve Bardrack, Verona Blue, Steve Blum, David Boat, Eugene Byrd, David Cowgill, Jonathan Dixon, Michael Donovan, Terri Douglas, Robin Atkin Downes, Dave Filoni, Michael Giacchino, John Gilroy, Tony Gilroy, Tom Harrison-Read, Kevin Hickman, Karen Huie, Tom Kane, Vanessa Marshall, Alexi Melvin, Flora Miller, William M. Patrick, Tom Kane, Lex Lang, Vanessa Lengies, Yuri Lowenthal, Jimmy Vee, Eunice Olumide, Jorge Leon Martinez, Russell Balogh, Ned Dennehy, Steen Young, Tyrone Love, Attila G. Kerekes, Vanessa Marshall, Andrew Zographos, Angus Cook, Sam Hanover, Mac Pietowski, Emeson Nwolie, Duncan Pow, Beau Gadsdon, Dolly Gadsdon, Babou Ceesay, Christopher Scarabosio, Orly Schuchmacher, Katie Sheridan, Christian Simpson, David Sobolov, Julian Stone, John S. Schwartz, Fred Tatasciore, James Arnold Taylor, Samuel Witwer, Matthew Wood Crew : George Lucas, Chris Weitz, John Knoll, Gareth Edwards, Gary Whitta, Greig Fraser, Zakaria Alaoui, Kiri Hart, Finni Johannsson, John Knoll, Jason D. McGatlin, John Swartz, Steve Griffin, Michael Giacchino, Tony Gilroy, Simon Emanuel, Kathleen Kennedy, Allison Shearmur, Tony To, Jabez Olssen, Jina Jay, Pollyanna Seath, Alex Baily, Robert Cowper, Jordana Finkel, Lydia Fry, Ashley Lamont, Steven Lawrence, Stuart Rose, Stephen Swain, Gary Tomkins, Helen Xenopoulos, Doug Chiang, Neil Lamont, Alastair Bullock, David Crossman, Glyn Dillon, Tom Harrison-Read, Kevin Hickman, Graham Churchyard, Phaedra Dahdaleh, Nicky Barron, Stella Atkinson, Barry Idoine, Peter Field, Oliver Loncraine, Stamos Triantafyllos, Adam Dale, Richard Roles, Tom Wilkinson, Nikos Kalimerakis, Jamie Mills, Jonathan Olley, Hal T. Hickel, Neil Corbould, Neal Scanlan, Stephen Tappin, Adrianna Nielle Davies, Michael Lichtenstein, Sam Hodge, Alice Kahn, Claudia Li, TJ Falls, John Knoll, Mohen Leo, Mike F. Hedayati, David Acord, Christopher Scarabosio, David Parker, Matthew Wood, Lisa Tomblin, Luca Saccuman, Francesca Crowder, Andrew Simonin, Hannah Ovenden, Jessica Needham, Sian Miller, Chloe Grice, Amy Byrne Vote Average: 7.2 Count: 1856 Overview : A rogue band of resistance fighters unite for a mission to steal the Death Star plans and bring a new hope to the galaxy. Keyword : rebel, death star, mission, rebellion, space opera




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After the disappointing experience with Episode VII (that I consider the worst SW movie ever, even worse than EpI) I had low expectations for Rogue One but I must admit I was pleasantly surprised.

Of course in this case 95% of the story was drawn by Lucas in EpIII and EpIV, they just had to connect the two dots, but at least in this case they made it right. The plot is quite simple : 10 years before the battle of Yavin a brilliant scientist refused to work on the creation of the Death Star, his boss tracked him down, killed his wife while his daughter was successful hidden by a Resistance member. Fast forwarding to the present time of EpIV, the daughter is captured by the Resistance and convinced to collaborate in finding her old associate who received a message from his father by a Imperial pilot who deserted. Around her and a captain of the Intelligence a cluster of different characters will assemble to try to win the first battle for the Alliance.

One of the strengths of this movie is that it deals with more or less "normal" people, not Jedis or heroes bigger than life like Han Solo, even if the protagonist suffers a little of Rei syndrome (also known as Mary Sue condition)...it is evident that Disney is actively chasing the young girls' market as probably the boys' one is already filled. After all they are a greedy corporation looking to get more money, right? The fans will appreciate the presence of old characters like Senator Organa from EpII, Mon Mothma, a younger CGI version of Leia Organa and Grand Moff Tarkin from EpIII who actually makes a good job impersonating Peter Cushing....all of them in smaller roles in comparison to the "little people" who take the main scenes.

In general the retro approach to FX gives its fruits, the movie has a nice 70s feel to it, there are few innovations like the U wing and the atmosphere variant of the TIE fighter, from a photography point of view nothing to complain.

What I didn't like? Well, first the inclusion of Darth Vader is totally unnecessary plot wise and must be interpreted as the usual fan service, the excessive role of the protagonist good to do everything is another one, but minor in comparison to the Rei aberration. The movie should be around the story of the Death Star but it doesn't deal with three fundamental aspects: one is the Geonosis' origin of the weapon, the second one is that it never explains the delays of the development of the Death Star (they are just mentioned), the third and final is that it never deals with the second Death Star from Endor: as the first Death Star takes almost twenty years of R&D it would be reasonable to assume the construction of the second one should have started in parallel with the former, and it might also give a good reason of the long development of two pharaonic constructions at the same time.

Having said that, they are minor, I enjoyed the movie and I would give it a 8 over 10. The best thing of the movie overall is its message:without spoiling much most of the people should already understand the end, and while in the main episodes the good guys always win easily, Rogue One teaches that victory can be achieve without heavy sacrifice.
It was a great movie set in a tone closest to Empire Strikes Back. Meaning that the consequences were dire and not one goofy comedic relief character in sight. In fact, every kid in the theater seemed bored and confused with the somewhat-technical/political plot and no Jar jar Binks-esque character burping and farting his way around the main characters.

Just 2 things were irritating. The 1st one was Darth Vader force-choking Krennic for no reason. It was like watching a 10 year old in a Darth Vader costume for a split second. Aniken does not use the force so he can crack stupid puns.

The 2nd and final one was Jyn and Cassian getting it on in an elevator for no other reason than having imminent death boners. Not one shred of chemistry between them the whole movie, then BAM... elevator action.

Oh well, it was a rad movie. Made me want to watch Episode 4 to continue the story even though I know it well!
Forget "I am your father" - Rogue One features the greatest surprise in the entire Star Wars franchise, one that had our entire cinema gasping aloud in shock and disgruntlement. This long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away begins without a title crawl. Yes. For this is a 'Star Wars Story,' not a Star Wars Film, and director Gareth Edwards takes advantage of the distinction. It's unmistakably part of the same intergalactic umbrella, with familiar names, faces, sound effects, and all manner of exhilarating adventure mayhem that is the quintessence of Star Wars. But this prequel soars - a grim, gritty tale, without a scrap of kid- friendly pandering, and the stakes have never been higher. It's also, functionally, the only film in the series that could feasibly stand on its own, and is all the more eminently compelling entertainment for it.

Intriguingly, what helps Rogue One stand out is how transparently it puts the War back into Star Wars. With the main plot line anchored on a Dirty Dozen, WWII-style espionage caper, and side setpieces very much geared on the casualties of war – try explaining how the bit with the former Jedi temple occupied by the Imperial militia is an overt intertext to the U.S. army's incursion into Afghanistan to your kids – Edwards accomplishes what Lucas never quite could, and extracts genuine tension and threat from the brewing space fascists and their looming superweapon. The Star Wars franchise has always flirted with political subtext, but never at the behest of adventure or fun (until under the claws of Episodes I-III and Lucas' hours of Senate debates). Here, politics are at the forefront, as the Rebel Alliance is crippled from the inside by bureaucratic infighting, and sects of extremist offshoots (Forrest Whitaker shines in a too brief role as a guerrilla fanatic whose motives are almost as questionable as the Empire's). It's a surprisingly nuanced parable of political dissonance, and characters visibly struggle with questionable actions in the name of a righteous cause.

Nonetheless, this is still Star Wars, not the latest Oliver Stone manifesto, and Edwards remembers to find moments of flinty humour throughout to keep proceedings from becoming too bleak (the always wonderful Alan Tudyk's sour comic relief droid goes a long way). Look for the usual glut of fan-friendly cameos, integrated more tastefully than The Force Awakens, including some de-aged (heLLO Carrie Fisher!), or even reanimated (welcome back, Peter Cushing...? Eep...) through CGI which would be seamlessly convincing were it not so eerily unsettling. The return of Lord Vader, of course, is staggeringly awesome, though thankfully Edwards doesn't milk it, and he's around long enough for audiences to gasp and cheer, without overstaying his welcome. The absence of John Williams is, of course, sorely felt, but Michael Giacchino fills the void with chirpy aplomb, teasingly dancing around the core Star Wars themes while concocting thrilling new leitmotifs of his own.

Still, Rogue One is a War film, and Edwards (perhaps still reeling from the lambasting over his Godzilla's lack of cathartic action payoffs) orchestrates some of the franchise's most stunning mass battles. The first act blowout at the Jedi temple is breathlessly thrilling (where Donnie Yen's dazzlingly choreographed, charmingly cheerful blind swordsman, and Wen Jiang's wryly sardonic human armoury steal the show). But it's the final jaw-dropping blitzkrieg of a beach-storming battle that throws out all the stops: x-wing and tie-fighter dogfights, blasters on the beach, and (squee!) Imperial Walkers unleashed in all their glory. Disney's Marvel superhero films have drawn considerable (and justified) flack for their CGI-bloated finale battles of late, but here Edwards reclaims the trope with one of the most genuinely stunning action set pieces in recent memory.

There's also the welcome infusion of something sorely lacking from far too many action blockbusters: consequence. By slotting Rogue One within pre-existing Star Wars canon, we're tacitly aware that all of these characters have dubious chances of survival - why else wouldn't they pop up in A New Hope? So, when they plunge into action, the threat is real that they could be unceremoniously dispatched at any moment, making the action sequences bristle with very rare, tangible tension. Naturally, Edwards pulls out all the stops to get us as invested as possible in this scraggly Star Wars Suicide Squad before dashing our Hopes (ha) as they're eradicated one by one. This is war, after all, and casualties are inevitable.

If there's a fleeting criticism, it's that the glut of supporting characters are often given too short shrift to be properly memorable, but they still make for a formidable ensemble. Felicity Jones does a capable job as the battle-hardened Imperial refugee who gradually learns to hope, but she's a bit too bland and placidly stoic to make a proper splash as lead. Diego Luna, conversely, is superbly convincing, practically simmering with charismatic passion and bitterness. Ben Mendelsohn sneers, spits and preens with perfect sinister campiness as the Death Star's overlord, while Riz Ahmed's defecting Imperial pilot flirts with the quirky charisma of a Poe Dameron, but is too underutilized to fully excel. Sadly, the normally excellent Mads Mikkelsen is on sleepy autopilot mode as Jones' 'exposition repository' estranged father, too emotionally absent to sell his Robert Oppenheimer 'reluctant weapon of mass destruction creator' archetype. Between his and Jones' fizzling flatness, the film's emotional core suffers for it.

Rogue One may not be quite as euphorically fun or jauntily memorable as its canonical predecessors, but its taut, robust, rich storytelling and grimly spellbinding action make it an eminently compelling watch, as Star Wars flick or standalone action romp. If nothing else, the takeaway is this: Disney's announcement of a new Star Wars film roughly every year left many audiences reeling with worry of blatant cash grabs, and creative stagnation through supersaturation. But, if the care and thought invested into Rogue One are any indication, we may yet still have... Hope.

-9/10
Rogue One through its seamless storytelling achieves instant mythical status, attaching itself perfectly to 'A New Hope' providing the Saga films with deeper meaning and significance.

Rogue One has a distinctly different tone to the Saga films, a much darker and grittier one. It is however one that we realise in hindsight is necessary to the franchise. This is the War film required in the Star Wars universe to add greater urgency and pathos to the conflicts between imperial and rebellion forces.

In particular, Rogue One critically explores the moral fibre of characters blurring the line between imperial and rebel, good and evil. That is not to say that the entire film plays a la Apocalypse Now; the creators still conscious of it being a childhood film leave out explicit scenes of violence, however more so in this film you experience the harsh realities and sacrifice made in War. The last act set on a beach conjures up WW2 imagery enhancing the rebels' cause for the greater good.

The casting is near perfect, a diverse cast unheard of in a blockbuster film. It seems in more ways than one the film goes rogue on what makes a star wars film as well as what makes a blockbuster film. This is made especially apparent by the daring ending.

Jones and Luna play their respective rebel characters Jyn and Cassian with stoic determination yet there are still moments punctuated with humour in particular by Tudyk's brilliant K-2SO. Ahmed, Yen and Jiang complete the inner circle of rebels creating memorable moments of quiet heroism in their respective arcs. This reaches particular poignancy in the last act through their subdued acceptance of death. The tight embrace of Jyn and Cassian in the clear view of the Death Star beam is a stunning and instantly iconic shot that sums up the lack of glory these characters craved for or indeed received.

If viewers are not quite keen on this take of the Star Wars universe, the penultimate scene of Darth Vader instantly makes this film a significant part of the canon. The ruthless annihilation of rebels and being within fighting grasp of the death star plans, mark the beginning of 'A New Hope' with greater meaning and urgency.

Huge creative choices have been made with Disney's first stand-alone Star Wars film but they pay off brilliantly in Rogue One, paving the way for the Star Wars universe to grow in less predictable ways.
Rogue One was simply great! I really enjoyed the movie, and it made me so nostalgic of the original Trilogy (ep 4,5,6). It is made in the same darker dirty style and it makes one feel back home in the Star Wars Universe that started it all.

The special FX were great the reconstruction of the Ships and Fighter sand Uniforms all Authentic to the era, I enjoyed the many little special elements too, like characters form new Hope, sprinkled here and there (pay attention and you will be delighted). Grand Moff Tarkin was a successful surprise as was the one towards the ending.

This spin-off Captures the Drama of the Galactic War from the sidelines of the great Saga we all know in a very authentic and intense way while at the same time entertaining many tie-ins to the main Saga too.

Definitely two thumbs up and a must see for both new and old Star Wars Fans, you will not be disappointed!

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