Perhaps you have suffered yet another screening of Star Wars: Skywalker’s growth? To start with, bless you: the underrated film can be difficult work, what with its’Somehow, Palpatine has returned’-fashion excuse for things that are confounding which are currently moving on.
However, whatever you think of Episode 9, we are stuck with the movie that Lucasfilm gave us just like the 100,000 or so mad boys that signed this request are stuck together with The Last Jedi. But enthusiast edits have been part of this Star Wars adventure that was contemporary and Skywalker’s growth is no exclusion.
In the final film, there’s a cool moment at which Rey hears the voices of previous Jedi as she is on the edge of death (like some rather deep cuts in the Star Wars animated series). You get the feeling the second would have had more effect if Force ghosts have been turned upward as by the Jedi.
User john h on YouTube has analyzed a variation of the last struggle between Rey and Palpatine that includes Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker and Yoda emerging in the previous order as Force spirits, and it is impressively done. Check it out under:
With something like this at the last movie could have helped underline the notion that this will be the final part into some nine-movie saga. But bringing actors back to life is something Star Wars has fought within yesteryear.
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It is worth noting, also, that at the first scrapped version of Episode IX, Duel of the Fates, Rey fulfilled a load of dead Jedi within an astral plane of types, that was depicted at an idea art ditch for the unfinished movie.
Naturally, this type of movie featured Kylo Ren as the primary villain, who some may say was a much better choice for the last struggle and has been tied up after the other movie.