Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (ninth-pass / 2D / SPOILER-FREE)
Cert: 12A / 134 mins / Dir. Gareth Edwards / Trailer
• First-pass (spoiler-free)
• Second-pass (spoiler-free)
• Third-pass (**spoilers**)
• Fourth-pass (**spoilers**)
• Fifth-pass (**spoilers**)
• Sixth-pass (**spoilers**)
• Seventh-pass (**spoilers**)
• Eighth-pass (spoiler-free)
Oh, hi. As with last time, I've made you some Skittlez character-posters, in lieu of actual words. That said, I'm half-way through drafting another set of nitpicky observations, and it looks like my local may well have stopped showing Rogue One after this weekend. In which case, I'll just have to post them up under their own steam at some point. But until then, pictures!
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I've got more of these to come, too. So there'll definitely be some sort of mop-up post to wring the last out of Rogue One.
In the words of Baze Malbus, "You're welcome…".
All of The Star Wars.
It's a strong showing.
Level 0: It is Star Wars.
Although if you really wanted to go the long way round with it…
Rogue One stars Alistair Petrie, who appeared in the first episode of the 2013 TV drama The Escape Artist, as did a certain David Tennant, who of course headlined Casanova, along with Rose Byrne, who rocked up in 2004's Troy alongside Julian Glover, an actor who was in the 'Arthur's Bane' episode of Merlin, which also boasted Lindsay Duncan, who had a role in An Ideal Husband, a film that featured Oliver Ford Davies, who also starred in the 1997's Mrs Dalloway, along with Alistair Petrie from Rogue One…
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