Rogue One (first Star Wars standalone)

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Re: Rogue One (first Star Wars standalone)

Post by Duke » 01 Jan 2017, 18:16

Seen the movie a couple of weeks back and it didn't disappoint, quite enjoyed how they spliced the story to flow right into the original movie, nice touch.

Also pre-ordered the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Steelbook) yesterday, which is meant to be released in April (IIRC).
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Post by Mugsy » 01 Jan 2017, 18:42

The novel is also supposed to be pretty decent and gives some back story to the supporting characters.
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Re: Rogue One (first Star Wars standalone)

Post by kharis » 01 Jan 2017, 18:47

i got the prequel (prequel to the prequel) novel for christmas, catalyst. it's not bad goes into the history of jyns parents and krennic with some tarkin thrown in for good measure. Saw is in it a bit towards the end but thats pretty much it
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Re: Rogue One (first Star Wars standalone)

Post by Mugsy » 01 Jan 2017, 20:16

Hmmm, might have to look for Catalyst. I don't watch too many movies these days... don't even have sound running on my PC, nor do I use my headset in case mum and dad yell out for help. A bit of reading would be good.

Last thing I read was Old Man Logan... should look for something with more words - lol
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Re: Rogue One (first Star Wars standalone)

Post by Nitephyre » 02 Jan 2017, 09:05

Saw it on Frydai. I enjoyed it quite a bit, had a few laughs and a few squee moments.
I agree with the CGI re: Tarkin & Leia. I found Leia that tiny bit more believable... Tarkin had a bit of a weird greasy texture early on, but improved in the lighter scenes.
Overall, it's a great Thermal Port origin story movie :D
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Re: Rogue One (first Star Wars standalone)

Post by Duke » 04 Jan 2017, 20:21

One thing I didn't like about the movie, was the marine soldiers type charactors that joined the rebels on the mission. That's a angle they didn't need to go near, as it makes the movie a lil' too Americana.
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