10 Ways Rogue One Is Better Than Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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We already know that Rogue One: Star wars occurs between the time gap of Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope. We chose to bring to you the particular minutes and themes that are displayed in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story that show-case that it is superior to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Here goes…

1. A Story That Triggers a Sense of Discovery

J.J. Abrams endeavoured to give fans the best of both universes by presenting new legends like Daisy Ridley’s Rey (a.k.a. the female Luke Skywalker) and Oscar Isaac’s superstar pilot Poe Dameron (a.k.a. a Wookie-less Han Solo), while bringing back Han (Harrison Ford), Leia (Carrie Fisher) and (quickly) Luke (Mark Hamill). Many hardcore fans saw these similitudes immediately. It raised questions about whether this new trilogy would simply be a straight-up re-tread of the original one that we adore.
Rogue One raised no such issues. Regardless of a couple of well-known characters, this story is brand new. We meet these characters for the very first time. Gareth Edwards and his writers, namely Chris Weitz, Tony Gilroy, Gary Whitta and John Knoll figured out how to take advantage of that wondrous feeling that moved all through A New Hope.




 

2. Grand MoffTarkin, Mon Mothma, Bail Organa and Darth Vader Back Again

All four of these characters, have a combined screen time of five approximately five minutes. In any case, it was wonderful to have them back. The Grand MoffTarkin scene may turn out to be fairly dubious, since he is a totally digital character. Furthermore, Peter Cushing, who played Grand MoffTarkin in A New Hope, died in 1994. As a result, the producers roped in Guy Henry to stand as Tarkin on the set, with Stephen Stanton giving the voice. Genevieve O’Reilly repeated her part from Revenge of the Sith as Mon Mothma, with Jimmy Smits coming back from the prequel trilogy as Bail Organa. James Earl Jones came back to give the voice to Darth Vader, while Spencer Wilding and Daniel Naprous depicted the villain on the set in that astounding battle scene that is among the highlights of the film. What was awesome about these characters was that they were not shoehorned like C-3PO and R2-D2 in The Force Awakens.




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