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The Rise of Skywalker offers a messy but satisfying ending to the new Star Wars triloga

"Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker "is the ninth and last film of what Lucasfilm calls The Skywalker Saga. It is the end of the story: that is its greatest asset and its greatest burden.

Certainly, if you expect that a single film can effectively conclude each story, complete each arc of characters and answer all the persistent questions of the previous eight films, you must abandon that hope now. Director J.J. Abrams is releasing this as the culmination of a nine movie pica, but how could a single movie live up to 40 years of theory and dream of millions of Star Wars fans?

(This review describes the general plot of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" but does not contain important spoilers.)

Yes, see some recurring faces of the original triloga, including Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, the late Carrie Fisher as Leia Organa (courtesy of the unused images of "The Force Awakens") and Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian.

But their roles are quite small. In fact, he will say that only Williams is used effectively. However, that's fine, this is no longer his story. They are here to pass the torch.

Anthony Daniels is C-3PO, John Boyega is Finn and Oscar Isaac is Poe Dameron in STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

So it is the new characters that are in the spotlight this time. More than anything, "The Rise of Skywalker" serves as a last chance for the three main heroes of the new triloga: the coachman turned into Jedi King (Daisy Ridley), the stormtrooper turned into a resistance fighter Finn (John Boyega ) and the pilot as Poe (Oscar Isaac) – to have an adventure together.

The film begins with Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) who ascended to the role of Supreme Leader of the First Order (also known as the new Empire). It lands on a mysterious planet to track transmissions that seem to come from Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid, who clearly enjoys his return to paper).

It was quickly established that Palpatine somehow survived his death at the end of "The Return of the Jedi," and has been the secret intellectual author behind the First Order all the time. Now he has assembled a giant fleet of more deadly ships, and if Kylo wants to take command, all he has to do is kill Rey first.

This scene sets the template for the rest of the film, combining changing and magnificent images with a vertiginous rhythm, while offering any exhibition with the minimum amount of detail.

The first half of "The Rise of Skywalker" becomes a long chase, as our heroes look for a mysterious artifact that can be crucial to defeat the Emperor, while Kylo and his Knights of Ren are very close.

The rise of Skywalker

Oscar Isaac is Poe Dameron, Daisy Ridley is Rey and Anthony Daniels is C-3PO in STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER