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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

moderate violence


About this Film

  • Released on 14/12/17
  • Genre Adventure, Science Fiction
  • Cast members Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver
  • Running time 152 minutes
  • Directed by Rian Johnson
  • Language English

Bafta: 2 Nominations - Special Visual Effects and Sound. 

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ODEON says...
Picking up right where ‘The Force Awakens’ left off, ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ finds Rey, after finally discovering Luke Skywalker, beginning her training in the ways of the Force. 

Starkiller Base may have been destroyed, but the First Order are far from defeated and the war between them and the Resistance grows ever more fierce. The Resistance could really use a Jedi Knight on their side – but Skywalker has decided that it’s time for the Jedi to end. 

Feel the Force once again in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’, as heroes and villains old and new collide with the fate of the entire galaxy at stake.

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Reviews & Ratings

Reviews in the press

5 Stars
“ Thrilling and genuinely startling ”

5 Stars
“ Episode VIII dazzles like the sci-fi saga hasn’t in decades ”

5 Stars
“ Wit and wonder, eye-gouging visual spectacle and entirely unexpected emotional power ”

Summary of customer ratings

(UK & Ireland)

The Saga Returns

Reviewer: Film GeekDate: 2018-01-17

What can I say? The film was fantastic, dramatic and well-played!! Went to see it with family and we loved it! Mark Hamill was brilliant as always as Luke Skywalker and same with Carrie Fisher (RIP). A worthy film for the Star Wars Saga and its fans.


Reviewer: Scooby DooDate: 2018-01-17

Just as well the second half is as good as it is, the first half is a mess. Worth sticking with.

Star Bores

Reviewer: Micky CDate: 2018-01-15

As a long time fan of the star wars series this film has disappointed massively. It basically ignored or dismissively answered all the questions from TFA. It has massive plot holes, pointless side stories and endless poor jokes. Very disappointing.

Too much flavour

Reviewer: ChecoDate: 2018-01-12

The Force Awakens was, in a wrapper, Episode IV, and following with that theme The Last Jedi was essentially a mixture of Episode V and VI. The movie ran too long, with much of the small talk unneeded for the plot. Worth seeing, for your own views.

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