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The Last Jedi, arguably the most highly anticipated film of the year, hit theatres yesterday, Friday 15 December. The blockbuster is a rollercoaster of emotions from start to finish and certainly does not disappoint. The movie has been labeled as gripping and exciting, yet funny and witty at the same time; jam-packed with everything a good Star Wars film should be. The Guardian sums it up best:

“An old hope. A new realism. An old anxiety.

A new feeling that the Force might be used to channel erotic telepathy, and long-distance evil seduction. The excitingly and gigantically proportioned eighth film in the great Star Wars saga offers all of these, as well as colossal confrontations, towering indecisions and teetering

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