Rogue One: Star Wars Story Is The Best…
I am careful not to offend my fellow-fans and friends who are passionate about Star Wars. Yet being an ardent fan myself and after watching ROGUE ONE with my entire family, I do say with an open heart that this is the best Star Wars installation ever.
It is not to put down any of the previous gems that George Lucas Films has created throughout the years. No, it is not. What Rogue One does to us all is pulling out – on a massive scale – our identity in the times we live in. Done with both human and robot characters, I felt immersed in the heroic Hero Quest this Star Wars implies and activates right there inside of us.
The Crew of Unforgettable Warriors
Directed by an Englishman Gareth Edwards, you are going to be mesmerized by the STORY that takes us all to the very beginning of the Star Wars era with Yoda, and Lucas Skywalker, and everybody else you’ve got to know and fall in love with.
The human and robotic souls – I cannot come up with anything closer to express the magnitude these Rogue One characters bring upon us – draw the best out of us, audience. Yes, you will need a ton of Kleenex. Yes, you will celebrate victories. Yes, you may come to realization that life is more than a destination.
Life is being on and reevaluating the path of the Hero Quest that every human has a deep need to be on. The unhappiness comes when we are off the path. Gareth Edwards brought into one place some of the best acting talent ever: Felicity Jones who plays Jyn Orso (A Monster Calls), Mads Mikkelsen (Jyn’s Father Galen Erso), Alan Tudyk (K-2SO), Diego Luna (Captain Cassian Andor), Donnie Yet (Chirrut Îmwe), Riz Ahmed (Bodhi Rook), Jiang Wen (Baze Malbus), Forest Whitaker (Saw Gerrera).