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Ben Shapiro Roasts ‘The Last Jedi’

The latest installment in the Star Wars franchise “The Last Jedi” took theaters by storm on December 15th, 2017. There are some things to love about this movie, but also some things that weren’t so great. However, the movie is still family-friendly like the rest of the franchise.

Ben Shapiro recently reviewed the latest movie and explains in detail exactly what works and what doesn’t Ben explains why he thinks “The Last Jedi” and “The Force Awakens,” which was released in 2015 lacks the depth of the original trilogy. Incidentally, he doesn’t like the prequels at all, and is basically comparing these latest releases to the classic hits, “A New Hope”, “The Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi.”

Ben feels “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi” move way too fast. They do not take the necessary time to develop characters, and there are many things that just don’t make sense with regard to the established way things happen within the Star Wars universe.

Beyond that, Ben feels the single biggest issue with the newest installments is the fact that they keep killing off the old, already beloved characters — i.e. Hon Solo and in this movie Luke Skywalker.

Obviously, the powers that be are doing this to establish a new universe of characters, out with the old, in with the new. However, for people who loved the classics of the 70s and 80s and the characters within those movies, the new installments do nothing but kill off all they love and introduce characters that have no depth or grittiness.

All in all, Ben doesn’t like “The Last Jedi” very much. However, it’s still a movie the whole family can enjoy, and if a person isn’t a traditional Star Wars fan who loves the old characters and knows the rules of the universe, they will likely enjoy “The Last Jedi.”

Watch the whole review below.

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