I have nothing new to say about this that I didn’t say better in my previous review, but there are some delightful visuals here, and the action is good (if illogical). It’s just a darn shame about the story. 

I don’t think anybody has known what to do with this franchise since 1983, and that includes Lucas himself. So much potential has been squandered over the decades. 

Still, for some reason, I like it. At its core, Lucas has something interesting to say about power and religion. This just sat in the oven for probably 15 years longer than it should have.

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