Star Wars The Last Jedi - Full Movie Streaming

Star Wars: The Last Jedi
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Original Title: Star Wars The Last Jedi
Release: 2017-12-13
Runtime:
Genre: Action, Fantasy, Adventure, Science Fiction
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English
Plot: Rey develops her newly discovered abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker, who is unsettled by the strength of her powers. Meanwhile, the Resistance prepares to do battle with the First Order.
Rey

Characters : Rey

Actor : Daisy Ridley

Finn

Characters : Finn

Actor : John Boyega

Kylo Ren

Characters : Kylo Ren

Actor : Adam Driver

General Leia Organa

Characters : General Leia Organa

Actor : Carrie Fisher

Luke Skywalker / Dobbu Scay (voice)

Characters : Luke Skywalker / Dobbu Scay (voice)

Actor : Mark Hamill

Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo

Characters : Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo

Actor : Laura Dern

Poe Dameron

Characters : Poe Dameron

Actor : Oscar Isaac

Rose Tico

Characters : Rose Tico

Actor : Kelly Marie Tran

General Hux

Characters : General Hux

Actor : Domhnall Gleeson

Supreme Leader Snoke

Characters : Supreme Leader Snoke

Actor : Andy Serkis

Commander D'Acy

Characters : Commander D'Acy

Actor : Amanda Lawrence

Chewbacca

Characters : Chewbacca

Actor : Joonas Suotamo

C-3PO

Characters : C-3PO

Actor : Anthony Daniels

Admiral Ackbar

Characters : Admiral Ackbar

Actor : Tim Rose

Captain Canady

Characters : Captain Canady

Actor : Mark Lewis Jones

Captain Phasma

Characters : Captain Phasma

Actor : Gwendoline Christie

Lieutenant Connix

Characters : Lieutenant Connix

Actor : Billie Lourd

Yoda (voice)

Characters : Yoda (voice)

Actor : Frank Oz

BB-8 Performed By

Characters : BB-8 Performed By

Actor : Dave Chapman

BB-8 Performed by

Characters : BB-8 Performed by

Actor : Brian Herring

BB-8 (voice)

Characters : BB-8 (voice)

Actor : Ben Schwartz

BB-8 (voice)

Characters : BB-8 (voice)

Actor : Bill Hader

DJ

Characters : DJ

Actor : Benicio del Toro

Captain Peavey

Characters : Captain Peavey

Actor : Adrian Edmondson

Maz Kanata

Characters : Maz Kanata

Actor : Lupita Nyong'o

Nien Nunb

Characters : Nien Nunb

Actor : Mike Quinn

Chewbacca (consultant)

Characters : Chewbacca (consultant)

Actor : Peter Mayhew

R2-D2

Characters : R2-D2

Actor : Jimmy Vee

Paige Tico

Characters : Paige Tico

Actor : Veronica Ngo

Master Codebreaker

Characters : Master Codebreaker

Actor : Justin Theroux

Party Girl Lovey

Characters : Party Girl Lovey

Actor : Lily Cole

Slowen Lo (voice)

Characters : Slowen Lo (voice)

Actor : Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Wodibin

Characters : Wodibin

Actor : Warwick Davis

Resistance Trench Soldier

Characters : Resistance Trench Soldier

Actor : Gareth Edwards

Resistance Soldier

Characters : Resistance Soldier

Actor : Gary Barlow

Characters :

Actor : Edgar Wright

Characters :

Actor : Joe Cornish

Tallie Lintra

Characters : Tallie Lintra

Actor : Hermione Corfield

X-Wing Pilot Starck

Characters : X-Wing Pilot Starck

Actor : Noah Segan

X-Wing Pilot Tubbs

Characters : X-Wing Pilot Tubbs

Actor : Jamie Christopher

Resistance Soldier

Characters : Resistance Soldier

Actor : Griffin Hamill

Resistance Soldier

Characters : Resistance Soldier

Actor : Nathan Hamill

Resistance Soldier

Characters : Resistance Soldier

Actor : Chelsea Hamill

Stormtrooper

Characters : Stormtrooper

Actor : Prince William

Stormtrooper

Characters : Stormtrooper

Actor : Prince Harry Windsor

C'ai Threnalli

Characters : C'ai Threnalli

Actor : Paul Kasey

Hux's First Order Monitor

Characters : Hux's First Order Monitor

Actor : Kate Dickie

Senior First Order Officer

Characters : Senior First Order Officer

Actor : Ralph Ineson

Admiral Ackbar (voice)

Characters : Admiral Ackbar (voice)

Actor : Tom Kane

Neepers Panpick

Characters : Neepers Panpick

Actor : Kiran Shah

Resistance Transport Pilot

Characters : Resistance Transport Pilot

Actor : Crystal Clarke

Praetorian Guard

Characters : Praetorian Guard

Actor : Liang Yang

Stormtrooper (uncredited)

Characters : Stormtrooper (uncredited)

Actor : Bern Collaço

Characters :

Actor : Andy Nyman

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Weedinator

A Review by Weedinator

by Weedinator

"I got so high before going in to see "The Last Jedi" it's a wonder I figured out how to get into the theater. We started rocking the shatter bong hardcore, just pump it, pump it, till you can actually feel your brain melting, then hit that nail and do it again and again. At some point somebody asked the question "where are we?" and while I was reflecting philosophically on the matter, somebody else pointed out that we were parked in a lot by the cineplex and we slowly realized that we were here to see 'The Last Jedi'! I could barely function at all, so I went to my old go-to routine of donning dark glasses and a white cane to help disguise my complete stonification by pretending I was just some poor blind guy stumbling around and knocking things over. I usually do this to get past security at rock concerts and it never crossed my mind that a blind guy wouldn't be able to see a movie in the first place, but it worked anyway and soon enough we were in our seats. There were these fucking kids sitting right behind us and they kept kicking my seat like little retards, kicking, kicking, kicking.... so I took the lid off my extra-large Coke and just tossed it over my shoulder. Bingo! Direct hit! The little creeps shuffled off all pissed and whining, covered in sticky cola, us laughing at them, calling them losers, it was great! Then the movie started. The sound was awesome and everything but the screen was pretty freakin' dark I thought, could hardly make out anything. I started chanting "Turn up the brightness! Turn up the brightness!", expecting the rest of the audience to join in to my righteous chant of outrage, but then I realized I still had my Blind Guy Glasses on. Took 'em off and yup, cleared right up. There was some kind of big space battle going on so we took out our vape pens and started hoofing back lungfuls of sweet sweet shatter vapor. My girlfriend started texting me, bitching at me to pick her up some vag pads on the way home. WTF?? Get up off your fat ass and get 'em yourself I texted back. A barrage of bitchtexts followed, I was a jerk, I was an asshole and bla bla bla... I took a picture of my bare ass and sent it to her as a reply, fuckin bitch, anyway, apparently, this was considered 'indecent exposure' according to the usher-dork who wouldn't shut up about it so we had to leave the movie. We saw those stupid kids in the lobby as we were being escorted out, laughing at US, calling US 'losers'... I wanted to get back at them when they came out, even formed this elaborate plan where we would swoop down on them and soak them with freezing water this time, but we ended up just getting high again then went to Burger King."

Per Gunnar Jonsson

A Review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

by Per Gunnar Jonsson

"My oldest son, as well as myself of course, wanted to watch this movie already before Christmas when it went up Geneva but it was pretty much sold out (unless you wanted to sit at the very edge of the theatre). I manage to book tickets for yesterday though so…here’s my ramblings about the movie. As usual with these kind of movies, where there is a large following of fans, there is also many dissenting voices. Some people apparently are going as far as to want this movie to be undone. Well, my take on that is that these people need to grow up or let go or both. Luke is no longer a young farm boy running around saving the universe. The Star Wars universe and its characters are evolving and that is the way it should be and the way it is. Time for the next generation to pick up the torch. Both me and my son really liked this movie. After the abysmal episodes I to III (Jar Jar Binks still haunts me in my dreams) I have really enjoyed the Star Wars movies. I quite liked The Force Awakens but it is true that it felt a bit like a rehash of A New Hope. Not only does this one not feel like it is reusing old material (too much) but it also feels like it is opening a new chapter in the Star Wars universe. The FX is as good as you have the right to expect from a Star Wars movie. The story is fresh and well developed. It will not win any Oscars of course but I liked it. It makes things evolve while at the same time giving enough room for action and a wee bit of humor. The characters are almost all good and well played. I am looking forward to seeing more of most of them, especially, Rey and Poe. I’m not 100% convinced about Finn and Rose but I can live with them. Kylo Ren do not yet fill up the shoes of Darth Vader but he is showing promise. Contrary to Snoke I do feel he should put on a mask though. The two characters I did not really like was General Hux and DJ. The first one was just incompetent. I’m not sure if he was supposed to be a bit of comical relief or not but, as far as I am concerned, we can do without him. DJ, well I guess he was supposed to not be liked so he did a good job of that but these kinds of assholes just frustrate me to no end. We never saw him actually meet his demise in this movie so if he is brought back I hope it will be for the sole purpose of rectifying that oversight…as violently and painfully as possible. Of course, we saw a few new ships as well and as usual with the Empire bigger is better…or maybe not. Not sure what to say about these new designs. At least they did not look like a enlarged (except for the bridge) Star Destroyer like Darth Vader’s Super Star Destroyer. One thing that really bugged me in the first battle though was the rebels’ so called “bombers”. What kind of bloody moron designed those? They were just so wrong in so many ways. The design itself was just silly looking. They were slower than a flee on a patch of tar. Seriously, a space bomber that crawls along? Actually, why make a “bomber” in space at all? That brings us to the biggest gripe of them all with this ludicrous design…dropping bombs vertically? In space? How the fuck do they fall? Sure they looked somewhat cool when they dropped their bombs…if your knowledge of physics is on the level of your average politician (and obviously a few Hollywood employees as well). Anyway, on the whole me and my son had two and a half hours of great fun watching The Last Jedi. I hope the next movie expands on the threads this one started. I have to say that I was a bit sorry about the feeble state of the resistance at the end, so I do hope the next writer will not let this drag on. One way to ruin Star Wars for me would be to turn Star Wars into some Battlestar Galactica variant with resistance survivors on constant run from the empire. Now it is time for the resistance to strike back, and for Rey to evolve her Jedi powers."

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"There is so much to love about _The Last Jedi_. I was very entertained watching this 8th _Star Wars_ saga film, I'll see it again, there's some truly beautiful scenes, all that jazz. But I am not fully on board with _The Last Jedi_. The film is a fun watch, and if you were to take it as a whole, then place it in a bubble, it's a pretty good movie too, but a lot about it is... Pointless. I'm not saying the movie was pointless, it has a lot to offer, and deserves its place as Episode VIII, but there are moments started within _The Last Jedi_ that end up being pointless by the time the credits roll, and more than that, it goes back to ideas from the _Star Wars_ saga as a whole, and makes them pointless too. _Final rating:★★★ - I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._"

Paul Songer

A Review by Paul Songer

by Paul Songer

"Really disappointing. Our heroes of Star Wars have essentially wasted their lives and achieved nothing. We were promised sequels and got a retread. I for one would have loved to see the building of the Galactic Republic against terrorists of the Imperial Remnant. Instead, we got Failure Luke, Failure Leah, gone nowhere Chewie and a rebel alliance that appeared to entirely fail to do anything meaningful after episode 6. I actually have less difficulty accepting 1,2 and 3 into canon then I do this pap. My headcanon has already decided, these movies do not count."

izgzhen

A Review by izgzhen

by izgzhen

"The Last Jedi started with a very tense emotion, capturing all viewers' attention tightly including mine (I've seen all movie episodes of Star Wars series so this type of scenario should look familiar to me). This tense and epic feeling filled the entire film, so even it is a bit lengthy, people won't sleep over :) however, the scenes involving Rey and Luke on the isolated island planet look super quiet and mindful. It was similar to the scene in previous episode when Luke was seeking help from the Yoda Master. However, it felt more complex, because never had Yoda been described being evil, not a bit. One tiny detail that I felt redundant and unconvincing was the reincarnation of Leia Princess. How did she fly back to the ship? As far as I can tell, no reason is given in the film. This lets you suspect whether she was going to be who can command the Force like a Jedi, but well all you can do is just suspecting. Another critical option that I had to express was about the role of Kylo Ren. He is a complex character, and I am not sure that he believed in until the very end of the story. The climax of this complexity arrived at the scene when he killed Snoke and fought along with Rey, trying to persuading her to come for *a new world*. But this complexity simply came and disappeared. The story continued in the old way and our powerless always furious Ben Solo kept playing a simpleton role of any typical bad guy. The role is depicted as, adequately complex, but not consistent and lively enough (compared to the former Lord Darth Vader)."

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