Star Wars Rogue One: a movie review by 8-year-old MissObservation

Hi everybody! Welcome! My name is Phoenix and today I’m going to be talking about the movie called “Rogue One” the new Star Wars movie. I’ve seen this movie twice now. The first time I saw it I did not really like it as much. But the second time I saw it, it was a little bit better. Now I will be giving some spoilers in this review. So, if you haven’t watched the movie yet, and you don’t want any of the parts ruined, you should pause my video, then go watch the movie really quick, then come back and start my video again.

First spoiler alert: This movie was really sad because everyone dies. All the good guys die. And the bad guys sort of like win. They survive. So in that case it’s kind of like The Empire Strikes Back. So my daddy kind of knew that everyone was going to die in this movie. Because this movie took place right before A New Hope, the first movie. And my daddy kind of known that because it said it on the script. It said many spies died to get the plans to the death star. So that’s how he sort of knew. So when I watched it the second time I kind of knew all this was going to happen so I appreciated the characters and the movie a little more. Also it was kind of funner because I watched it in 3D instead of watching it flat on the screen.

So the main character of this movie is Jen Oso [Jyn Erso]. And when the movie first started, she was a little girl, probably my age, in fact, I think I should have been the actor who plays Jen Oso as a little girl because I think I would do amazing at it. Anyways, she lived on a farm with her parents in the middle of nowhere. So then the bad guys came and killed Jen Oso’s mom. And they took Jen Oso’s dad, which is kind of sad. And it kind of reminded my daddy of “A New Hope” because that sort of happened to Luke Skywalker too and his family. Another thing that I thought was cool was that Jen Oso’s mom and dad and her family were drinking blue milk. So was Luke Skywalker’s Aunt and Uncle were drinking blue milk too, which I thought was kind of cool. So Jen Oso grows up by herself sort of. And then she was forced to join the Rebels, just like Luke Skywalker was. Meanwhile, her dad was working for the bad guys the whole entire time. But, he actually was a good guy, and he built this secret weakness inside the death star that know one knew about yet.

So basically the rest of the movie was just Jen Oso and the good guys trying to get the plans out of the bad guys hands and into the good guys hands, so eventually Luke Skywalker can blow up the death star. Another cool thing I liked about this movie, is that it has a lot of old characters that we already know. Like R2D2 and C3PO were on for a second. There was “Dark Vader” [Darth Vader] in his healing chamber we got to see. Another part was when Dark Vader was killing a lot of people and he was being a super cool bad guy. And then at the end of the movie we got to see Princess Leia, which was one of my favorites.

There were also a lot of new characters that were cool. Like Jen Oso, she was kicking serious butt out there. There was another droid that was really and I think his name is KA-S2 or something like that? And he was cool and really funny. There was this nother guy who was blind and he kept on using the force and he said, “I am with the force and the force is with me.” Or something like that. And he was this really cool ninja guy. And he had this friend who kind of reminded me of Boba Fett because he had this big pack on him and this serious gun and he kept on killing everyone. So all these characters are super cool but at the end of the movie they all died. So that’s kind of why I did not like this movie. But there was a lot of cool characters and there was a lot of cool fighting parts and a lot of cool action parts and a lot of funny parts and this movie was actually good and I recommend you all go see it.

So yeah, that’s pretty much the end of my review for the Star Wars movie, Rogue One. Thank you for watching. I’ll see you next time. Goodbye everybody.

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