Super Ticket Episode 8 – Rowgue Three

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As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and may the force be with you!

 


TIME TRACKS:

Opening Crawl: :00
Welcome/Roll Call: :37
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (SPOILERS!): 2:11 – 1:29:22
Goodbyes/Plugs: 1:23:10
Outro music: 1:27:52 – 1:29:50

 

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Matt Brown
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Oh nicely done on the blurb.

Sean Kelly
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An interesting bit of trivia about ROGUE ONE is that Forest Whitaker’s character of Saw Gerrera is a veteran of the Clone Wars and was previously depicted in the 2008-2014 animated series.

Of course, the film doesn’t allude to any of that.

Andrew James
Guest

On that note, my friend left this link in our the Star Wars channel on my slack account. It doesn’t mention that character weirdly enough.

http://io9.gizmodo.com/all-the-major-star-wars-cameos-and-connections-you-may-1790195147

Shelagh Rowan-Legg
Guest

Um, we do see Leia’s face in the film, at the end…. or at least we did in the version I saw last week

schizopolis
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Thank god I only saw the teaser trailer and avoided all other trailers and behind-the-scenes footage. The film met my expectations and more. I really dug all of it, EXCEPT the final minutes. It felt so contrived. That scene quickly reminded me of the reported re-shoots that I completely forgot about reading.

I’m with Kurt. I didn’t leave the theater thinking “where were the interesting characters?”. For me, this was a WWII classic film. Part Army of Shadows and part Hell Is For Heroes. I only saw low-level underdog characters that were never meant to be the A-team. Then, forced into a scenario to take matters into their own hands. I loved Diego Luna’s performance. To me, the only similarity between the Jyn & Rey characters are that they both are female lead characters and both “Mary Sues”. They have exactly the same scene in separate films where their respective male leads watch them in awe during a fight sequence. A well-intended concept, but in the end, I find more regressive than progressive. Fury Road does it way better.

Other than that, the weakest link wasn’t the characters. For me, it was most of the “Star Wars” callbacks, especially certain CGI human characters.

schizopolis
Guest

I don’t think it’s a stretch at all for Diego Luna’s character to go from deciding not to assassinate one character to then trying saving the same person’s daughter, especially since she is the only one left to prove a certain message exists. Also, saving her would prevent her capture that could reveal the rebel base. There are many viewpoints that support his action. His possible attraction to her never crossed my mind as one of the motivations.

Rick Vance
Guest

I thought Jyn’s arcetype was pretty obvious and it was weird to me that they took all agency from that in the last moments.

In classic Western tropes she watches the bad guy do in / kidnap her parents, then in the final confrontation with him she doesn’t even get the cool moment and the guy gets to kill him for her.

Andrew James
Guest

Side note. Should have mentioned that I really like that one shot of The Death Star “upside down”. I had never seen it that way before but makes perfect sense in the z-axis of space.

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