Star Wars: The Last Jedi Is The Perfect Family Outing

December 25, 2017

Sunday, December 24

Happy Christmas Eve. Today was rough 🙁 Fought with the family and ruined yet another vacay but it is what it is. I was alone for most of the day. We’re staying at Cavallo Point in Sausalito and I ran by this spot earlier. I had to come back and soak it in. I literally could not stop listening to Bay Area slaps the entire day. The Golden Gate Bridge never looked so good.

Fast forward to the evening, I finally convince my brother to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Honestly, it was just something to do. My dad was able to come as well. We hit the 9pm showing at AMC Van Ness 14 in the city, which tripped me out once again. I always find myself comparing SF to LA, and thinking how much I complain while I’m in LA yet have it so good. The streets are rough around here, and it trips me out that parking is actually worse because of the hills.

This is Episode VIII in the series. That’s a lot of films lmao and all of them are more or less the same. Anyone who knows me knows I’m not into the sci-fi hype, although I think it’s cute (the people who nerd out). I don’t know shit about Star Wars or any of the characters. I did know the movie was going to be long (2 hours and 35 minutes), so I had to mentally prepare. I never know what’s happening either lmao so it’s cool. I started asking my bro questions and realized he was not having it so I stopped lmao.

IMDB plot: “Rey develops her newly discovered abilities with the guidance of Luke Skywalker, who is unsettled by the strength of her powers. Meanwhile, the Resistance prepares to do battle with the First Order.”

Still don’t know what happened but I can honestly say it wasn’t terrible. Definitely was the perfect go-to movie for a family outing, especially during Christmas. There was the usual action, adventure, fantasy, corniness, and a little bit of humor. I wish they had more jokes — it would have made it so much better. Sorry if you wanted a full-blown review. I really don’t have any more thoughts than this lmao. It got 92% on Rotton Tomatoes, which is hella high lmao. The audience (right side rating) gave it 52%. I hella don’t know the difference.


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