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Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker is a movie starring Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac. The surviving members of the resistance face the First Order once again, and the legendary conflict between the Jedi and...

Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
J.J. Abrams
Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega

All Systems Operational

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Genres Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Director J.J. Abrams
Writer Derek Connolly, George Lucas, Colin Trevorrow, Chris Terrio, J.J. Abrams, J.J. Abrams, Chris Terrio
Stars Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega
Country USA
Also Known As Star Wars: el ascenso de Skywalker, Star Wars: Tian Xing Zhe De Jue Qi, スター・ウォーズ スカイウォーカーの夜明け, Star Wars: Skywalker'in Yükselisi, Star Wars: Skywalker Η άνοδος, 星球大战9:天行者崛起, Xing Qiu Da Zhan: Tian Xing Zhe Jue Qi, Star Wars: L'ascens de Skywalker, Звездани ратови: Успон Скајвокера, Star Wars: Episódio IX, Gwiezdne wojny: Skywalker - odrodzenie, 星球大戰: 天行者崛起, Star Wars: Episode IX, Ratovi zvijezda: Uspon Skywalkera, Star Wars: L'ascension de Skywalker, Star Wars: Vzostup Skywalkera, Star Wars: Vzestup Skywalkera, Vojna zvezd: epizoda IX - Vzpon Skywalkerja, Star Wars: Episódio IX - A Ascensão de Skywalker, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Zvaigžņu kari: Skaivokera atdzimšana, Star Wars: L'ascesa di Skywalker, Star Wars: El ascenso de Skywalker, Star Wars: Episode IX - Der Aufstieg Skywalkers, Star Wars: Black Diamond, Star Wars: Skywalker Trỗi Dậy, Zvaigzdziu Karai. Skaivokerio iskilimas, Star Wars: Episodio IX - L'ascesa di Skywalker, Star Wars: Skywalker kora, Milkhemet Ha'Kokhavim: 'Aliyato shel Skywalker, Star Wars: Der Aufstieg Skywalkers, Star Wars: Episodio IX - El ascenso de Skywalker, STAR WARS:天行者的崛起, Star Wars: Episode IX- The Rise of Skywalker, Star Wars: A Ascensão Skywalker
Runtime 2 h 22 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The surviving members of the resistance face the First Order once again, and the legendary conflict between the Jedi and the Sith reaches its peak bringing the Skywalker saga to its end.

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Tuesday, 27 Oct 2020 18:33

I didn't see "The Force Awakens" until late August last year, but I got to see "Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi" in December. This movie can't have been a spoiler as it does show the past history and feelings that the cast and crew have lived and must leave us now. "The Last Jedi" is about Luke Skywalker's return to the Jedi Council after he and his father, Yoda, get captured by the First Order. Not knowing whether he can continue his training as a Jedi and when he will be ready, Luke decides to fight against his own government for freedom. "The Last Jedi" is an epic film that will hit you hard with an epic battle between the First Order and the Resistance. It can't be a spoiler as there are only a few things in the movie that are not revealed. It has everything that makes a great movie. Luke Skywalker, played by Mark Hamill, returns from the past to the Jedi Council after Yoda tells him that he needs to go to Dagobah to finish his training. Luke tells him that he knows where Skywalker Skywalker's parents were taken and tells him that he needs to finish his training before his father can be the next Jedi. In the meantime, in the present, Luke finds out that the First Order is planning to go to the planet to kill the Resistance. Luke realizes that it is he and the other Jedi (the resistance) that must stop the First Order and make sure that Luke is always the best pilot. The story is told through the eyes of Luke who is the only surviving Jedi. Leia, played by Daisy Ridley, is a leader and fighter for the resistance. She returns from the past to the Jedi Council and tells them the story of how she and Luke were born and how they lived before they were captured by the First Order. In a battle between the Resistance and First Order, Luke must fight his own battle to make sure he is always the best fighter and fighter for freedom and survival. The only thing that is not revealed in the movie is how Luke was shot by the First Order in the beginning of the movie and that he is recovering from this bullet. After the First Order attacks on the planet where the Jedi are training, Luke has to fight against himself and the Second Order and the battle for freedom. In the end, the film ends on a positive note. Luke has to make sure that he has no regrets and that he can always be the best pilot for the Jedi. There is a good feeling for the story of the movie and I believe that this is what the whole movie was about. The
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 19:31

I think the Star Wars prequels left the franchise open for a new movie. Sure, it may not live up to all the hype, but it certainly didn't have to. I think it's clear to see that people can't make a strong opinion about something based on just one movie. The prequels were a success for two reasons: First, they saw the core characters from the original trilogy returning to their original places. This allowed the team to bring them back to form, as well as taking a chance on new characters and storylines. Second, they put out a satisfying end to what many fans had been saying was a trilogy that was so much more than a handful of stories. While I understand that some people felt the original trilogy was too long, and some felt that all three stories were interchangeable, I think they all got to show that they were different enough that they could have been in one movie, and then another movie could have taken care of everything that was not necessary for the original trilogy. In this movie, we get a clearer look into the development of Luke, and his friends in the rebellion. We get a clear picture of how he got to the Dark Side and how his friends ultimately came to where he is. We get a clear understanding of the evil Darth Vader, and his fall from grace. And we get an interesting glimpse into the lives of those who fought the war, a glimpse that most of the audience probably had no idea of until it was revealed to them in the movie. All in all, the movie was great. The only problem was it wasn't as good as the original trilogy. The only reason I can see to like the prequels was because they kept everything at a reasonable level for the originals. Everything was on a level that would have been possible in the original trilogy, but they stayed within that level. This made the original trilogy much better in my opinion, even though it did lack some of the same original feel. In general, the first trilogy was much better than the prequels. The movie stayed faithful to the originals, and it didn't take shortcuts with continuity. The movies were better for this, and with the prequels, they became nearly impossible to follow.
Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 16:07

I am sad to say that i must write a few words about The Rise of Skywalker. I found it enjoyable, thought-provoking and interesting. The plot of this film deals with the history of Luke Skywalker (Logan Lerman) and his rise to become an accomplished Jedi Knight. Luke is a quiet young man who has an amazing memory and is intelligent, but lacks confidence and lacks the skills that other Jedi Knights have. He is first aware of the existence of the Force and grows fascinated by it. He decides to learn the ways of the Jedi from a young girl (Ezra Bridger) while studying in a remote desert planet. He also attempts to befriend a Qui-Gon Jinn (Simon Pegg) but the two become enemies when the Qui-Gon accuses him of being a Sith Lord, a Sith. At this point Luke leaves the desert planet and heads for the Rebel Alliance headquarters on Endor to speak with Obi-Wan Kenobi (Alec Baldwin). At the HQ he encounters his former master Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), who has a Jedi heritage and will return to the force, although this is uncertain. Luke is asked by his old mentor to stay for one more mission. During this mission he is approached by a Rebel spy named Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher), a woman in her early 20's who feels he should stay. However, the young Luke feels he must return to the dark side. In addition, the droids of the Alliance have been kidnapped by Darth Vader (Kylo Ren), a brilliant rebel leader. The New Jedi Knights Luke Skywalker, Ben Solo (Harrison Ford), and Chewbacca (Anthony Daniels) are sent to rescue them. Solo is also a former Jedi, and is more of a veteran of many battle lines, and has lived in the shadows for many years, possibly since the beginning of the Rebellion. Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) and Darth Vader (Mark Hamill) have a very specific vision of how Luke should lead the Rebellion, but the Force itself warns them that the Empire is after them and cannot be trusted, and that they must find a way to make it right. So Luke goes on a journey to find his lost mentor Luke Skywalker, now aged and in a coma, who will be able to help them. Despite the many plot holes that exist in this film, it still worked out pretty well. This film is much better than The Last Jedi, but even as good as that film was, it does not have the same emotional impact that The Force Awakens has. The plot has many holes, but the most
Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 16:31

While this movie had the potential to be awful, and certainly had a few "click" moments that you could just see coming a mile away. I'm going to give my honest opinion. Don't let the title fool you, because this is not a Star Wars movie. It's about a teenager who sees the world in a different light, and wants to make it his own. In the next two sequels we have two guys who think they have the answers to every problem ever faced in human history. It's quite sad when they end up creating something that's more of a sci-fi piece and create an entirely new universe with it. It's quite interesting when the dark side of the force turns out to be more powerful, and more like the evil force that resides in the mind. I think it was a big mistake to put it in the first movie. It doesn't hold up at all, and if it was gone, it would be a really bad choice. Everything is better in this movie, even if you don't believe it. The writing is great, the acting is better, and the effects are amazing. There are some things in the movie that didn't make sense at all, and I feel it could've been better, but in the end it was fun. It is definitely worth seeing. It has some parts where you'll be laughing and some parts where you'll be weeping. I have to say I'm very happy I went. This movie had a very good story that I liked. It was very well-written, and very well-acted. There are definitely many parts in the movie where you'll be talking to your friends after seeing it, and you'll be comparing it to what you saw the first time you saw it. It is quite a great movie, and I was very satisfied after watching it. I highly recommend it.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 16:25

Although the story has the same key themes as the previous ones, with Luke coming to learn his place in the universe and the new characters, the story of the story is much more complicated. The story of The Force Awakens, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi are still the best, but I like this movie a lot. There is a much more positive side of the story. There are many many wonderful scenes in this movie. I loved the scene where Rey is so determined to learn how to control the force, and the scene where Kylo Ren is talking about the time when he was a young apprentice and having fun with his teacher. Luke is not as a character who only loves power and power has a dark side. Also the line "I am the light" is wonderful. I also liked the scene where Kylo Ren is trying to seduce Rey, which is so subtle, and I like that. Also the scene when Kylo Ren is being attacked by his master, in the forest, and Rey is trying to stop him. This movie is very impressive. The acting is superb. Rian Johnson has created a great story that will be important for generations to come. He has really made a great movie, and I'm very glad that he is directing the next movie, and I'm excited for The Force Awakens. You can watch this movie a lot of times, and you'll see a lot of interesting scenes, but the best scene is probably the one where the baby comes to Luke Skywalker's side and the baby is like a Jedi. The character of Rey is very important to the story, because she's a very interesting character. There is a lot of fighting in this movie, and I like it. This movie has a good mix of comedy, and action, and it has a good balance. I really liked this movie, and I'm glad that I can watch this movie a lot of times. I'm waiting for the next Star Wars movie.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 07:35

Fantastic Star Wars: Episode IX has everything you could ask for in a Star Wars movie, and that includes great action scenes, great plot, great special effects, great characters, and of course, great characters. Harrison Ford returns to reprise his role as Han Solo, with his best friend Lando Calrissian, and Chewbacca, and a young girl named Rey, played by newcomer Daisy Ridley. Rey has a powerful, strong character and plays a very important role in the story. I would also like to mention the new characters, named Finn and Rose. Finn and Rose are two young individuals who are out to get their big chance to prove themselves in the deep space station known as Echo Base. Their initial mission is to help a little girl named Rey, and the crew of the Falcon. Rey has a special ability that is called the Force, and it is very important in the plot of this film. Luke Skywalker has died, but still stands with the rebels and becomes the new Emperor, with the help of Kylo Ren. Finn, Rose, and Chewbacca are left alone to try and get their revenge. But will they succeed? There are so many things I love about this film, the first being the action scenes. In the past films, we have seen the action scenes become a little over the top, but this film does not have that problem. The action scenes are just as fun and as spectacular as ever, and the actors have some great scenes. The script is also great. The dialogue and the writing is spot on, and the film has a lot of really funny lines. I also love the acting. Everyone in the cast does an amazing job. Mark Hamill is at his best in this film. This film also has great new characters and a great villain named Kylo Ren. He is very cool and I would not be surprised to see him as a big star in the future. I also love how the film is much different from the prequels, and has its own identity. The special effects are amazing. There are so many incredible shots and the action scenes look absolutely breathtaking. The music is also excellent. I was not really sure what to expect with this film, but I really enjoyed it. The actors, the script, the music, and the special effects all work together to create a great film. The story is great and the plot is great, and this film just makes me love Star Wars. Fans of the prequels will definitely love this film. Fans of the newer Star Wars movies will definitely love this film, because it is still Star Wars and still has great action scenes. I give this film an 8/10. The acting was good, the special effects were great, the script was great, the story was great, and the score was great.

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