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This is Loralie here, your friendly neighborhood doll film critic, and today I will be reviewing...
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Rogue One, A Star Wars Story!
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I am here with my good friend R2. We're going to give you our honest toy-sponsored review.
I'm going to begin by telling you that I loved Rogue One. It was well-done, and much better than The Force Awakens.
Beep. Boop. Beep beep, boop.
Translation: That's because I was in it, and not that copycat BB8!
Yes, yes. I'll get to that later.
That was great. However, there was one thing I disliked about the movie. The characters just weren't all that great. Gyn, the lead, was not very developed and she didn't even do anything. She was only important to the rebellion because of her father, and was certainly not as awesome as Anakin or Luke!
Plot-wise, Rogue One was A-MAAAAAZ-ING! I mean, The Death Star has so much more meaning now! It changes the original trilogy, and gives it much more depth!
Hold on. This isn't working. I'm too low on the ground. *scrambles up R2*
There. Much better. Now, where was I...
I adored the appearances of old favorite characters. Seeing R2D2, C3P0, Leia, Governor Tarkin, and Darth made me so happy. Disney really gave the Star Wars fans what they craved, which is nostalgia.
*scrambles down R2D2's head*
Rogue One did not disappoint.
And it was, as I mentioned, much, much, much better than The Force Awakens. I mean, you can't even compare the two! Rogue One was soooooo much better. The Force Awakens was just awful, and I-
MY MOVIE IS SO MUCH BETTER AND YOU WILL REGRET BAD-MOUTHING IT, YOU LITTLE-
Translation: I'm getting out of here!
If you are reading this, thank you. Really, thank you.