Rogue One draws deep on Star Wars mythology while breaking new narrative and aesthetic ground — and suggesting a bright blockbuster future for the franchise.
my rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
my review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a furiously paced, deftly plotted joy, bursting at the seams with disquieting imagery and carrying a disturbingly dark undercurrent.
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Inheritance by Christopher Paolini
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
After all this time, I’ve wondered why on earth would I even bother reading this book. I mean, the entire series felt like a rip-off of Star Wars (which wasn’t all that great either, to be honest) and it did nothing for me but offend me as a fan of fantasy books and such.
(even the movie was better)
And now it all boils down to the end of the series, which felt like a chore and not an exciting book. Here, I was expecting something big to happen, but never got it.
Well, I could just give it a zero and toss out my copies of the book, but to be fair, I’ll give it two stars and hope he comes up with something original and nothing to do with this epic failure of a novel.
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Robot Chicken: Star Wars (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Name of Movie: Robot Chicken: Star Wars
Director: Seth Green
Year Released: June 17, 2007
Summary: Robot Chicken does a rather hilarious send-up about one of the most famous sci-fi/fantasy stories out there! It absolutely butchers everythig Star Wars, not to mention kicks off two crazy sequels, both which are funny in their own way.
My review: absolutely one of the funniest send-ups about Star Wars that I have seen in a long time!
My recommendation: Who ever loves Star Wars or Robot Chicken the TV show or BOTH will love this movie!!
My rating: *****