From Lucasfilm comes an epic adventure – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. In a period of great conflict, a group of unlikely heroes led by Jyn Erso, a daring fugitive, and Cassian Andor, a rebel spy, band together on a desperate mission to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire’s ultimate weapon of destruction.
From Lucasfilm comes the first of the Star Wars standalone films, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” an all-new epic adventure. In a time of conflict, a group of unlikely heroes band together on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire’s ultimate weapon of destruction. This key event in the Star Wars timeline brings together ordinary people who choose to do extraordinary things, and in doing so, become part of something greater than themselves.
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I'm a Star Wars tragic from the first viewing of the franchise in 1977. I've never read any of the books as I find them poorly written, and I really dislike any animated forays into the canon. Ugh! So I come from a purely filmic perspective. On first viewing in the cinema, I was overwhelmed and disliked the film for what I considered some poor editing choices, and those awful CGI characters that dragged me straight out of the film experience. It felt convoluted and exhausting, jumping from one scenario to another with characters that seemed morally grey compared to the 'good guys/bad guys' of earlier fims. Yet, I couldn't stop thinking about what I had seen, and how affected I was by certain events in the film...so I made a return viewing, and then another, and another, and so on... I still feel there are poor editing choices, and the CGI I had to consciously overlook...and concentrate on the film proper. And what a treat this film is. Visually stunning from beginning to end, exciting set pieces, believable characters that I wish I could get to know better. Giachhino's score can be heartbreakingly beautiful at times, and there is an inspired use of music throughout, with lovely recalls of John Williams more iconic motifs. I just love this film, flaws and all. The blu-ray and 3D transfer are excellent, just wish the sound levels were a tad higher as I had to have my Yamaha soundbar set very high to hear, but vocals were clear and crisp, but I just wanted more of that marvellous film score! The extras are nice too. You already know if you love or hate this film, but, for me, it has become my favourite Star Wars film to date. 'Nuff said!
it started at the beginning to dark , but the rest of the movie was great.
I am a avid Star Wars fan. This standalone film feels the most emotionally mature and it was very enjoyable to watch. It's darker, grittier than the other Star Wars films. The 3D effects are really good. My favourite seen involves the hammerhead Corvette from the Star Wars games. I'd definitely recommend getting this film and in 3D if you have the facility.