That’s Luke Skywalker there, desperately trying to warn Rey on the Jedi Temple of Ahch-To. But in many ways, it feels as though that pertinent quote is also directed at the Star Wars fanbase, given The Last Jedi delivers more story twists and emotional wallops than the last several movies combined.
Soon after its arrival on December 15th, the critical consensus deemed the pic to be a meticulously crafted sequel that helps accelerate Lucasfilm’s franchise toward a bright future, one in which the galaxy’s fate rests on the shoulders of Rey, not Luke. And that’s just it. With Luke Skywalker ostensibly out of the picture – barring a ghostly cameo in Episode IX – a small portion of fans rallied against Disney and, in particular, Rian Johnson for “ruining Star Wars.”
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