In my line of work, I’m fortunate enough to get to watch a lot of movies. Some are better than others, and most of the time, I tell you my thoughts and leave it to you to decide if you want to see it without my urging.
Not so with Rogue One. So I’m going to just ask you: when are you buying Rogue One tickets?
Rogue One is the latest in the long series of Star Wars movies. The timing places this movie at the first of the series, explaining many of the things you’ve seen in the newer movies. Questions about the Death Star and numerous characters are answered, and through the magic of current and emerging technology, you’re going to see some surprising scenes. As we watched the pre-screening, there were numerous times that the crowd erupted in whoops and cheers.
A few may have been ours.
Rogue One is an exciting thrill ride of a movie. From the minute the theater goes dark, you’ll be caught up in finding out where all of it began all those years ago. Familiar names, new characters and a very talented cast come together and before you know it, it’s over with. Where did the last two hours and 13 minutes go?? It flies by and you won’t want to miss a minute, so take care of business before the movie starts. There’s not a slow second in the movie.
Suitable for viewers of all ages, you won’t need to know the story of Star Wars to enjoy Rogue One. The movie makes sure to explain all sides involved as well as locations and histories as much as is possible. If you’re a Star Wars lover throughout the years or you’re new to it entirely, you’ll be glad you took the time on this busy pre-holiday weekend to take a break in front of the big screen.
Now that I’ve given you my very spoiler-free generic review, I’ll ask one more time: when are you buying Rogue One tickets? Until you do, here’s a trailer to keep you motivated.