Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

The Force Awakens was probably one of my top 3 most anticipated films of all time and after the disaster of a fan film that Rogue One was, I was hesitant about The Last Jedi. I was going through some personal struggles during my initial viewing and hated the film. However, it was exactly how I would have made the film from a narrative structure. Luke's arc in particular. Yet, I couldn't put my finger on it. I swore off the film for a year and half and this viewing marks only my third time revisiting a the film.

A lot of this is just rambling off the dome, but this is really a MASTERWORK in the sense that this single handily might be the last type of blockbuster of it's kind. It's a weird thought, and probably not entirely true (specifically coming from someone that holds Avengers: Endgame in high regard), but I think there is a good reason this film specifically and the prequels have held such a long discourse.

I would like to thank @pynechone @Roundstone and @Hey Fella for discussing the film and leading to the revitalization of my proper feelings towards the film rather than the gaping sense of additional depression that I felt had piled on during the initial theatrical run.

In a weird way I was Luke Skywalker..