Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Director: Rian Johnson Cast: Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver

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Overview

Rian Johnson (Looper, Brick) wrote and directed this installment of the Star Wars saga, which picks up where The Force Awakens left off. Rey (Daisy Ridley) learns the ways of the Force from Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), and develops a telepathic bond with Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), who is struggling to master the Dark Side. Meanwhile, Stormtrooper-turned-Resistance fighter Finn (John Boyega) teams up with pilot Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and maintenance worker Rose Tico (Kelly Marie Tran) for a risky mission behind enemy lines. Carrie Fisher, Domhnall Gleeson, Benicio Del Toro, Gwendoline Christie, and Laura Dern co-star. ~ Jack Rodgers

Product Details

Release Date: 03/27/2018
UPC: 0786936856972
Original Release: 2017
Rating: PG-13
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: ABC
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:32:00
Sales rank: 10,194

Special Features

Blu-ray Bonus Extras The Director And The Jedi - Full-Length Documentary - Writer/Director Rian Johnson Takes Us on a Very Personal And Intimate Journey Throughout His Production of the Movie 14 Deleted Scenes - With Optional Commentary by Writer/Director Rian Johnson including Alternate Opening Balance of the Force Andy Serkis Live! (One Night Only) - Two scenes from The Movie Featuring Andy Serkis' riveting, raw On-Set performance before his digital makeover into Snoke Scene Breakdowns Lighting The Spark: Creating The Space Battle Snoke and Mirrors Showdown on Crait Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Rian Johnson

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mark Hamill Luke Skywalker
Carrie Fisher Leia
Adam Driver Kylo Ren
Daisy Ridley Rey
John Boyega Finn
Oscar Isaac Poe Dameron
Andy Serkis Supreme Leader Snoke
Lupita Nyong'o Maz Kanata
Domhnall Gleeson General Hux
Anthony Daniels C-3PO
Gwendoline Christie Captain Phasma
Kelly Marie Tran Rose Tico
Laura Dern Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo
Benicio Del Toro DJ
Frank Oz Yoda (voice)
Billie Lourd Lieutenant Connix
Joonas Suotamo Chewbacca
Amanda Lawrence Commander D'Acy
Jimmy Vee R2-D2
Brian Herring BB-8 Performed By
Dave Chapman BB-8 Performed By
Justin Theroux Master Codebreaker
Tom Kane Admiral Ackbar (voice)
Adrian Edmondson Captain Peavey
Mark Lewis Jones Captain Canady
Hermione Corfield A-Wing Pilot Tallie
Veronica Ngo Paige Tico
Noah Segan X-Wing Pilot Starck
Jamie Christopher X-Wing Pilot Tubbs
Paul Kasey C'ai Threnalli
Michaela Coel Resistance Monitor
Jonathan Harden Resistance Monitor
Dan Euston Resistance Bombardier
Priyanga Burford Resistance Medical Officer
Navin Chowdhry Resistance Cargo Pilot
Andrew Jack General Ematt
Crystal Clarke Resistance Transport Pilot
Aki Omoshaybi Resistance Bridge Officer
Togo Igawa Resistance Bridge Officer
Hugh Skinner Holdo's First Officer
Tim Steed Holdo's First Officer
Simon Lowe Resistance Hangar Captain
Joe Van Moyland Temporary Command Center Resistance Pilot
Shauna MacDonald Temporary Command Center Resistance Pilot
Darren Morfitt Transport Deck Officer
Gerard Monaco First Order Commander
Kate Dickie Hux's First Order Monitor
Patrick O'Kane Hux's First Order Officer
Paul Bazely Hux's First Order Officer
Orion Lee Canady's First Order Monitor
Amira Ghazalla Canady's First Order Commander
Ralph Ineson Senior First Order Officer
Akshay Kumar Mega-Destroyer First Order Monitor
Michael Jibson Kylo's Shuttle Pilot
Luke Neal Canto Cop
Andy Nyman Jail Guard
Temirlan Blaev Stable Boy
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Slowen Lo
Kiran Shah Neepers Panpick
Mike Quinn Nien Nunb

Technical Credits
Rian Johnson Director,Screenwriter
J.J. Abrams Executive Producer
Andrew Bennett Art Director
Ram Bergman Producer
Neal Callow Art Director
Dean Clegg Art Director
John Dexter Art Director
Bob Ducsay Editor
Nina Gold Casting
Rick Heinrichs Production Designer
Industrial Light & Magic Animator
Michael Kaplan Costumes/Costume Designer
Tom Karnowski Executive Producer
Kathleen Kennedy Producer
Jason Knox-Johnston Art Director
Jason McGatlin Executive Producer
Milivoj Mestrovic Casting
Mary Vernieu Casting
John Williams [composer] Score Composer
Steve Yedlin Cinematographer

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous 6 months ago
Many have characterized the previous episode, The Force Awakens, as a remix of A New Hope as a result of their intentionally similar narrative shapes. The Last Jedi assures audiences that this was no mistake, as the themes developed in The Last Jedi are ones of revolution: defiance of traditional expectations and the breaking of their repeating cycles. The Star Wars saga now uses the echo of A New Hope seen in The Force Awakens to illustrate the need for the paradigm shift seen in The Last Jedi. In accordance, Finn develops from a character operating out of fear, then out of self-destructive anger, and thirdly, unexpectedly, out of love. Rey's path eschews the well-worn ruts of a typical hero's special origin and prophesied destiny, and instead finds her journey's course begins and ends with her own actions. Poe finds, counter to typical action heroes, that his devil-may-care impulses and reactionary distrust of authority actually result in realistic consequences. Further characters reveal hidden sides that betray common conventions in ways that, though logical, keep us guessing at their consequences. It is as if we turned a mythical world in our hands to view it from new angles – angles that made us guess and wonder again at the future. My greatest disappointment is the casino scenes: in previous Star Wars episodes, we've been treated to bizarre architecture and outlandish cantina games, yet this casino and its games look very much like a stereotypical Earth specimen. I will have to console myself instead with in the new melee weapon fights and Rey's surreal sequences of Force-fueled self-discovery. While it missed the chance to give us a more exotic locale in the casino, however, The Last Jedi's writing is very much not staid. While some fans may find the previous episode's repetition unambitious and this episode's ambitions as too far, The Last Jedi may have well raised the bar for writing in this series and probably not so coincidentally summarized those fans' unease in its characters' struggles between repeating the past and breaking the mold.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rian Johnson proves his storytelling chops to be leaps & bounds above the requirements of the franchise. Best one yet.