‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Review: Is It Worth the Price?

Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Fate of the Jedi stars Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker and Daisy Ridley as Rey, with an all-new villain (played by Idris Elba) who wants to take revenge on the Jedi Order for the death of their leader, Count Dooku.

It’s the latest Star Wars movie to come out this year, and it’s a big deal for fans who can’t get enough of Luke Skywalker.

There’s a lot to love in The Last Knight, and a lot that can’t.

So, let’s dive right in.

First things first, it’s worth pointing out that The Last Knights story is an extremely ambitious, but not totally terrible, story.

It features a bunch of different characters who are in their early to mid-twenties.

There are some new faces in the mix, but they’re all relatively minor, as opposed to the young-ish Luke Skywalker or the older-ish Darth Vader.

The plot is also far more complex than the first movie.

This movie does have a few moments where it’s clear that the movie is about more than just a big showdown between Luke and Darth Vader, but for the most part, the story is a simple, straight-forward one.

The story is also very good for the pacing, as it doesn’t get bogged down in the plot and has a good sense of character development.

And of course, there’s a whole bunch of new characters that are all very different.

Here’s what you need to know about the plot: The first two movies in the franchise introduced Luke Skywalker, who is, well, a kid.

In The Last Knives, the main character, a teenage boy named Rey, finds herself in the middle of a galactic war and fighting alongside Luke Skywalker to save the galaxy from Darth Vader’s plot.

It ends with Luke and Rey having a baby, and Luke goes off to find his father, Kylo Ren, and the two fight off some bad guys.

Rey and Luke end up on the planet Tatooine, and they’re in a relationship for the first time, though not entirely in the traditional way.

They’re very close, but it’s not very romantically attached.

In the end, the film ends with Rey and Ren having a child together.

So what’s going on?

This is where the “Star Wars” franchise comes in.

The first Star Wars film, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, was released in 1977, and while there were some good elements of that story, it also suffered from some plot problems that kept the plot short.

After Revenge of a Sith, a number of sequels followed, with some of those sequels focusing on Kylo’s plans to take over the galaxy, and others focused on Rey’s relationship with Luke Skywalker’s father, Ben Kenobi.

In all, there were six films in the original Star Wars trilogy, with Episode IV: A New Hope having a total of five movies and The Clone Wars having four.

This is because the original film and its sequels took place in the same timeline, and there were many characters from the original trilogy that showed up in The Force Awakens.

So there’s some continuity there, but there are some major differences.

First of all, the films in this timeline have different names and names of planets, so some characters like Luke and Leia are still named Rey and Han.

The film also introduces some new characters who haven’t appeared in previous Star Wars films, like Kylo and his apprentice, General Leia Organa.

(Also, Rey is now a smuggler, and her first name is Leia Organas.)

The new characters introduced in this movie include: Rey’s childhood friend, C-3PO; Anakin Skywalker, a Jedi Master and former Imperial pilot; and General Leia’s cousin, Luke Skywalker (played well by Daisy Ridley).

It’s a great addition to the timeline, as well as a bit of a surprise that the films aren’t just a series of events that take place in a single timeline.

As we’ve seen in previous The Last of Us movies, these events don’t happen on one planet and then go away, but instead take place over multiple planets.

It seems to indicate that this new timeline will be very different from the older one, and that The Force Unleashed, the next film in the series, will focus more on what happened between the events of The Force Begins and The Force Goes Both Ways.

What are the main plot points?

There are five main plotlines that the film revolves around: Rey finds her father in a forest; Luke and Han travel to the planet of Tatooi; Kylo returns to his home planet of Jakku; and Luke’s father is killed.

The main characters in these films are played by a trio of actors, including Benicio Del Toro, who plays Rey’s father in The Fate Of the Jedi, and Idris L. Elm