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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

2016  133 MN




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Gareth Edwards
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 Release Date

December 14, 2016

 Runtime

2h13m (133 min)


 Top Billed Cast

 Felicity Jones
 Jyn Erso
 Diego Luna
 Captain Cassian Andor
 Alan Tudyk
 K-2SO
 Donnie Yen
 Chirrut Imwe
 Jiang Wen
 Baze Malbus
 Ben Mendelsohn
 Director Orson Krennic


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Felicity Jones
  Jyn Erso
Diego Luna
  Captain Cassian Andor
Alan Tudyk
  K-2SO
Donnie Yen
  Chirrut Imwe
Jiang Wen
  Baze Malbus
Ben Mendelsohn
  Director Orson Krennic
Guy Henry
  Grand Moff Tarkin
Forest Whitaker
  Saw Gerrera
Riz Ahmed
  Bodhi Rook
Mads Mikkelsen
  Galen Erso
Jimmy Smits
  Bail Organa
Alistair Petrie
  General Draven
Genevieve O'Reilly
  Mon Mothma
Ben Daniels
  General Merrick
Paul Kasey
  Admiral Raddus
Stephen Stanton
  Admiral Raddus (voice)
Ian McElhinney
  General Dodonna
Fares Fares
  Senator Vaspar
Jonathan Aris
  Senator Jebel
Sharon Duncan-Brewster
  Senator Pamlo
Spencer Wilding
  Darth Vader
Daniel Naprous
  Darth Vader
James Earl Jones
  Darth Vader (voice)
Ingvild Deila
  Princess Leia Organa
Anthony Daniels
  C-3PO
Jimmy Vee
  R2-D2
Valene Kane
  Lyra Erso
Beau Gadsdon
  Young Jyn
Dolly Gadsdon
  Younger Jyn
Duncan Pow
  Sergeant Melshi
Jordan Stephens
  Corporal Tonc
Babou Ceesay
  Lieutenant Sefla
Aidan Cook
  Edrio Two Tubes
Daniel Mays
  Tivik
Andy de la Tour
  General Hurst Romodi
Tony Pitts
  Captain Pterro
Martin Gordon
  Vaneé
Eric MacLennan
  Rebel Tech
Francis Magee
  Jav Mefran
Bronson Webb
  Rebel MP
Geraldine James
  Blue Squadron
Ariyon Bakare
  Blue Squadron
Simon Farnaby
  Blue Squadron
Drewe Henley
  Red Leader Garven Dreis
Angus MacInnes
  Gold Leader Dutch Vander
Toby Hefferman
  Blue Eight
Jack Roth
  Lieutenant Mytus Adema
Geoff Bell
  Lieutenant Frobb
Derek Arnold
  Pao
Nick Kellington
  Bistan
Michael Smiley
  Dr. Evazan
Warwick Davis
  Weeteef Cyubee
Angus Wright
  Hammerhead Captain
David Ankrum
  Wedge Antilles
Ian Whyte
  Moroff
Rian Johnson
  Death Star Technician
Ned Dennehy
  Prisoner
Angus Cook
  Mechanic
Emeson Nwolie
  Personnel
Jorge Leon Martinez
  X-Wing Pilot
Russell Balogh
  X-Wing Pilot
Steen Young
  Vault Officer
Tyrone Love
  Rebel Marine Commander
Attila G. Kerekes
  Rebel Marine on Yavin
Mac Pietowski
  Commi Tech / Marine Soldier
Ram Bergman
  Death Star technician
Katie Sheridan
  Stormtrooper
Terri Douglas
  Stormtrooper
Vanessa Lengies
  Stormtrooper
Vanessa Marshall
  Stormtrooper
Verona Blue
  Stormtrooper
Dave Filoni
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David Boat
  Stormtrooper
David Cowgill
  Stormtrooper
David Sobolov
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Eugene Byrd
  Stormtrooper
Fred Tatasciore
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James Arnold Taylor
  Stormtrooper
Julian Stone
  Stormtrooper
Matthew Wood
  Stormtrooper
Michael Giacchino
  Stormtrooper
Robin Atkin Downes
  Stormtrooper
Samuel Witwer
  Stormtrooper
Tom Kane
  Stormtrooper
Tony Gilroy
  Stormtrooper
Yuri Lowenthal
  Stormtrooper
Alexi Melvin
  Stormtrooper
Christian Simpson
  Stormtrooper
Christopher Scarabosio
  Stormtrooper
David Acord
  Stormtrooper
Flora Miller
  Stormtrooper
John Gilroy
  Stormtrooper
John S. Schwartz
  Stormtrooper
Jonathan Dixon
  Stormtrooper
Karen Huie
  Stormtrooper
Kevin Hickman
  Stormtrooper
Lex Lang
  Stormtrooper
Michael Donovan
  Stormtrooper
Orly Schuchmacher
  Stormtrooper
Steve Bardrack
  Stormtrooper
Tom Harrison-Read
  Stormtrooper
William M. Patrick
  Stormtrooper
Robert Benedetti-Hall
  Engineer
Richard Franklin
  Engineer
James Harkness
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George Lucas
  Characters
Jina Jay
  Casting
Kathleen Kennedy
  Producer
Jabez Olssen
  Editor
Stuart Baird
  Additional Editor
Chris Weitz
  Screenplay
Neil Corbould
  Special Effects Supervisor
Steven Lawrence
  Art Direction
Gary Tomkins
  Art Direction
Alastair Bullock
  Supervising Art Director
Amanda Knight
  Makeup Designer
Michael Giacchino
  Original Music Composer
Robert Cowper
  Art Direction
Tony Gilroy
  Screenplay
Stuart Rose
  Art Direction
Doug Chiang
  Production Design
Greig Fraser
  Director of Photography
John Gilroy
  Editor
Zakaria Alaoui
  Line Producer
Matthew Wood
  Supervising Sound Editor
Lisa Tomblin
  Hair Designer
Gary Whitta
  Story
Finni Johannsson
  Line Producer
Gareth Edwards
  Director
Tony To
  Producer
Peter Field
  Camera Operator
Allison Shearmur
  Producer
Colin Goudie
  Editor
Jason McGatlin
  Executive Producer
Simon Emanuel
  Producer
David Acord
  Sound Designer
Nicky Barron
  Set Costumer
Graham Churchyard
  Costume Supervisor
David Crossman
  Costume Design
Neil Lamont
  Production Design
Steve Griffin
  Stunt Coordinator
Alex Baily
  Art Direction
Stephen Swain
  Art Direction
Jordana Finkel
  Art Direction
Pollyanna Seath
  Art Department Coordinator
Mohen Leo
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Helen Xenopoulos
  Art Direction
Christopher Scarabosio
  Sound Designer
John Knoll
  Executive Producer
John Knoll
  Visual Effects Supervisor
John Knoll
  Story
Nigel Sumner
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Adam Dale
  Helicopter Camera
David Parker
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Barry Idoine
  Second Unit Cinematographer
Tom Harrison-Read
  First Assistant Editor
Kevin Hickman
  First Assistant Editor
Hal T. Hickel
  Animation Supervisor
Oliver Loncraine
  Camera Operator
Luca Saccuman
  Hairstylist
Stella Atkinson
  Assistant Costume Designer
Amy Byrne
  Makeup Artist
Phaedra Dahdaleh
  Set Costumer
Francesca Crowder
  Hairstylist
Sian Miller
  Makeup Artist
Neal Scanlan
  Creature Design
Jonathan Olley
  Still Photographer
Richard Roles
  Helicopter Camera
Nikos Kalimerakis
  Gaffer
Ashley Lamont
  Art Direction
Andrew Simonin
  Key Hair Stylist
Lydia Fry
  Art Direction
Stuart Wilson
  Production Sound Mixer
Jamie Mills
  Gaffer
Jessica Needham
  Makeup Artist
Liang Yang
  Fight Choreographer
Kiri Hart
  Co-Producer
Glyn Dillon
  Costume Design
Stamos Triantafyllos
  Camera Operator
Tom Wilkinson
  Steadicam Operator
Stephen Tappin
  Visual Effects Art Director
Adrianna Nielle Davies
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Michael Lichtenstein
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Sam Hodge
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Alice Kahn
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Claudia Li
  Visual Effects Coordinator
TJ Falls
  Visual Effects Producer
Mike F. Hedayati
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Hannah Ovenden
  Makeup Artist
Chloe Grice
  Makeup Artist
John Swartz
  Co-Producer
Toby Hefferman
  First Assistant Director
Adrian Getley
  Modelling Supervisor
Oliver Roberts
  Art Direction
Ben O'Brien
  Compositing Lead


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"It carries the burden of being about odds and stakes, of legacies and consequences, of understanding destiny..."

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Gimly

Is not my new favourite _Star Wars_ movie. But does contain my new favourite _Star Wars_ scene.

_Final rating:★★★½ - I strongly recommend you make the time._


PeterJasonQuill

Fun Star Wars movie. Plenty of homages and nods to the original trilogy throughout the film, Andy plenty of cameos as well. Has amazing action sequences and enough thrills to keep any true Star Wars fan hooked right from the beginning. No opening crawl at the start for a change and a great score by Michael Giachinno, but still includes the original end credits with John Williams' original music. K-2SO is a show stealer and is very funny as a character. Overall the best Star Wars film since Empire Strikes Back in my opinion. The force is with this one.


Lucky_Man

On the surface, this is a well-made action movie set within the Star Wars universe filled with nods and homages to "A New Hope" that will make you tingle with warm nostalgia. The reappearance of sets, costumes and characters from our favorite childhood movies might make you say "Now, THIS is a Star Wars movie!"

However, nostalgia and making copious amounts of money on that nostalgia seemed to be Disney's primary strategy with this movie. It's mimicry, plain and simple. The CGI recreations of Peter Cushing and Carrie Fisher felt very dirty and a flagrant disrespect to the departed actors, not to mention jarring, for a first time viewer. The digital appearance of Grand Moff Tarkin disengaged me from the frail story and made me settle my stomach with a handful of antacid tablets.

The story, writing, characterization is on-par with what you'd expect from modern cinema and the movie serves it's primary purpose of being entertaining. But, as a long-time Star Wars fan, I just couldn't help but feeling pandered to while watching this movie.


Per Gunnar Jonsson

Oups! I just realized that, for some reason, this movie had fallen between the cracks. It was quite some time since I watched it but I seem to have forgotten to write a post about it.

For me this was one of the best of the new (after the original trilogy) Star Wars movies. It was fun, entertaining with plenty of good, old-fashioned Star Wars action. I generally do not like prequels but this time I felt it was nice to get a bit of the background to the statement that “a number of spies died to get this information” in episode IV. We were even provided with a bit of an explanation as to why the Death Star had this silly weakness in the first place.

The actors were doing a decent enough job of it. The chatty android was fun without being totally silly. It was a nice roller coaster ride of action, improvisations, and gung ho ludicrous stunts inside and outside of various forms of transportation means.

As usual with Star Wars the science part of science fiction is somewhat lacking. What looks cool is what is put on the screen and screw science. When reading books I am more sensitive to such things but for a Star Wars movie it works well enough.

Some people seem to be dissecting the characters and dialogue, trying to put logic into it as well as wanting to have more emotions and “character development”. Come on! It is a Star Wars movie. It is supposed to be all action and visually stunning.

On that this movie delivers. Sure the plot is not really the most developed one and has plenty of faults. The movie is till a hugely fun Star Wars based science romp though.


Reno

**The episode III½.**

So this is like a bridge between the original trilogy and the next three prequels. A story where the main characters from the original tale are not involved. Being a big fan of this franchise, I loved it. I did not expect big, so got entertained well. But pity that this wonderful characters are not going to return. This is just a one-off film. For seeing its overwhelming success, there could be a prequel, which has a very very slim chance.

The story was like that had started in a half way. That's why I wanted a prequel to tell us the Galen Erso's point of view story. When he has been taken back to the base to work for the Empire, his daughter is the only one who escapes from there. After a few years later the grown- up daughter, Jyn, end up on the rebel's side. When she hints a plan for them to strike the Empire, nobody considers it. But a rogue gang forms where they all does according to her saying. That's the story, and how it all ends are the rest.

The story was simple, but the action-adventures were good. Like what a 'Star Wars' fans want to see. The main drawback was there's no familiar faces around. Even the original franchise style of title and credit presentation was off the beat. Though there were cameos. Darth Vade, Princess Leia, R2D2 and 3PO, including a small lightsabre fight at the end, just to satisfy the fanboys. Overall a worthy film, otherwise it would have not earned one billion at the box office, making one of the top 10 of all time.

_8/10_


Matthew Brady

Dark Vader: "Be careful not to choke on your aspirations, Director."

Rogue One follows Jyn Erso (played by Felicity Jones) a Rebellion soldier and criminal, who is about to experience her biggest challenge yet when Mon Mothma sets her out on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. With help from the Rebels, a master swordsman, and non-allied forces, Jyn will be in for something bigger than she thinks.

I had my worries with Rogue One, if I must admit. After the massive success of "The Force Awakens", the universe of Star Wars has now expanded even more. There's going to be more sequels, prequels, and spin-offs every year now. Why this worries me is because I fear I'm going to be sick of theses and not really get exited anymore. Star Wars should be treated like a three year event like before, it gives more time for the writers & director to really flesh out the story. It may seem like a long wait, but it'll be worth the wait. But that's not all. The trouble re shoots this went through and the ridiculous short deadlines during post-production. But after seeing the film myself, I can safely say that this new prequel isn't a bad one.

"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is a good movie. Not great or amazing, just decent. In my opinion, it's not up there with "A New Hope" or "Empire Strikes Back". It's more in the middle for me. If I have to be honest, I actually enjoyed "Force Awakens" more than this. Yeah, I said it. The movie is flawed, but it dose have a lot to like about it.

I can't imagine the pressure Gareth Edwards must have felt making this, kinda like what Abrams was feeling. In interviews, Gareth has said he was a Star Wars fan and it was the reason why he wanted to make movies. So this is very dear to him and while there where some slip ups in parts, but I must say that he handed the material really well. Gareth Edward is very good at making things feel huge and the heavy scale of things. The action scenes were directed so brilliantly that it actually felt like a war movie.

That's what really surprised me about "Rogue One" is how dark and depressing it is. Some people may have a problem with that, since everyone is use to these adventures with are favorite characters. For me, I didn't have an issue with it. Heck, I'm kinda glad it had the balls to go that far and be violent. The humor is very limited, but when there is humor is mostly from K-2SO (played by Alan Tudyk), who was just the best.

The CGI in this movie was incredible and quite groundbreaking. I mean, it's TOO GOOD. The way it blended with the real life environment and the action scenes was so good that half of the time I was watching computer effect's on screen. How it was executed was so beautiful and quite the achievement.

Now the biggest complaint I've been hearing from Star Wars fans is about Peter Cushing Digital Resurrection. Yep, he's back to cinematic life through the use of state-of-the-art visual effects wizardry. He's character Grand Moff Tarkin is in the movie, but instead of re-casting the role or kept his digital face in the shadows, but that's surprisingly not the case. He's in the movie quite a lot as you see him in full form and up close. This is getting a mix response from people and even I was a bit mixed on it. I was a bit weird out by it, as Peter Cushing has been dead for 22 years and seeing up there was hard to digest. But after letting it sink in, I thought it wasn't too noticeable and in a few scene I actually brought into it. I thought it looked real when he wasn't moving around or any close ups to his face. But that's just my thoughts.

Speaking of bringing back old characters, Dark Vader makes a appears in this. While he's screen time is very short, but he steals every scene he's in. Eventually the hallway scene, that was so bad-ass and one of my favorite moments in the movie. It's great to see him and James Earl Jones back as one of greatest villains of all time.

Now for the problems: The first half of "Rogue One" was a bit rough for me and I was kinda bored at times. I didn't care or got attracted to the characters. The characterization was lacking and that's a real shame, because Star Wars is all about the characters, as it's the thing we remember from these movies. It's not all about Lightsabers and battles, it's the characters. Felicity Jones, Alan Tudyk & Mads Mikkelsen characters were the only ones that I cared about. The others not so much.

Another major part of the Star Wars movies is the score. John Williams score is so iconic that it's hard to top it. It's the heart of the series and I kinda wish he did the score for this, because Michael Giacchino score wasn't that good. But I'll cut Giacchino a little slack, he only had 4 weeks to compose it and it is a tough act to follow. That goes back to what I said about the deadlines being too short.

Overall rating: "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" is a good entry to the series and it dose feel like a dark Star Wars movie. I may have problems with the movie and I have to be honest with that, but I do think it ties in very well with "A New Hope". A plot like this was needed to fill in the 40 year old plot gap.



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