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Review: In A Galaxy Far, Far Away

Rebecca Pedrazza, Review Writer

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On December 9th, 2017, Disney officially released their Star Wars Episode 8 film “The Last Jedi”. This mysterious, hilarious, and action filled movie entertained people across the globe concerning the truth behind the light and dark side. The world was eager to find out what happened after Rey, a Jakku survivor, returned Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber to him.


The incredible story revolves around the struggle between the light and dark side of the force, with Rey seeking the truth about her parents. Meanwhile, In space Finn and Rose travel to a nearby planet, also known as Canto Byte, to track down a hacker that can help stop the dark side from destroying the resistance.


Rumors have been spread around about the appearance of two cameos for two special guests in the movie. Two disguised stormtroopers were played by the royal family of the United Kingdom.  known as Prince William and Prince Harry, they made a secret appearance in the film, but whether they actually made history on the big screen remained a mystery. All seemed lost, until Finn (John Boyega) gave his thoughts on the matter.


“They cut it out of the film,” Boyega went on to explain. “I did personally apologize to them yesterday and said, ‘Sorry you were cut out of the film.’ Will was like, ‘I guess I just need to work more on the skill.'” Boyega said he assured the prince he’d be alright. He’s no Princess Leia, of course, but he does have a few things going for him.


It would seem unlikely for Royalty itself to be cut from the scene, however, all unused scripts are said to be included in the deleted scenes. More Cameos are said to be in the film from actors to singers to directors including Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellie Goulding, and Gareth Edwards. The movie also includes a lot of past references to old star wars movies such as A New Hope and The Prequel Trilogy. Creating a unique story, while keeping the roots of its origins is what makes it a must-see movie.

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Review: In A Galaxy Far, Far Away