Honest Trailers | Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Honest Trailers | Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

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Honest Trailers | Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Voice Narration: Jon Bailey aka Epic Voice Guy
Written by: Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Dan Murrell, Danielle Radford & Lon Harris
Produced by: Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Dan Murrell, & Max Dionne
Edited by: Kevin Williamsen
Post-Production Supervisor: Emin Bassavand
Production Coordinator: Ryan O”Toole


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72 Responses

  1. RogueOneLeader says:

    I just love at the end all the FO Star Destroyers just inexplicably crashing after the galaxy “rises up”…classic JJ to not bother with context. The ships in Independence Day all crashing down to Earth made more sense

  2. Nico says:

    “Star Wars: The Last Star Wars movie”

    Yeap, pretty much …

  3. Shivani says:

    Identity theft is not a joke Rey. Millions of families suffer every year.

  4. supersoap91 says:

    Can we just stop and realize that not only was force healing what would have help Qui-Gon Jinn, but is the whole reason Anakin turned to the Dark Side in the first place? Yet, Rey and Ben can do it all willy nilly?

    • Brandon Lyon says:

      @Fredy 20 It’s better then the force just being made up of magic bacteria. And who’s bright idea was that, oh yeah George Lucas.

    • Sparkle Pawz says:

      Macawed that’s dumb. The book itself being the key to all this is just the writers admitting that they broke the universe’s story and rules and needed something to glue it together. “People are upset that this one thing we put in breaks everything? Just say it’s a lost ability only found in some ancient text that no one found until Luke. I’m sure they won’t ask questions like how did Luke find it when the old Jedi order had more members and time yet couldn’t or how did no Jedi ever even think to relearn or rediscover this technique over the course of a thousand years. I mean if we lost a piece of tech today we’d never be able to remake it unless we find the manual from 1960 right? And if they do ask just say the force guided him and not someone else because it wasn’t convenient to the plot yet”

    • ProjectDaVinci says:

      @Sparkle Pawz even that doesnt really work though because he learned of the prequel era failing from the texts. Which means that they were kept up to date by someone.

    • Andrew Tormanen says:

      @Lovi My head canon is: broom boy was the last scene in the Skywalker saga

    • Troy Sheinsin says:

      Lovi well if we go off what you are saying about some being more adapt at force skills, then maybe since Ben was trying to use the skill at a level he wasn’t suited for caused his body too much strain and could lead to death.

  5. kbkeeper3093 says:

    The whole movie felt like a video game. “We have to find this object to get to this place to meet this person to get this object to get to the final boss fight”

    • Ewyna says:

      Rey’s also like a video game protagonist : she learns about the Force and can do pretty much everything she wants with it with no training, she just read the tutorial. She grabs a lightsaber for the 1st time, read the tuto and is already a master with it. Flies a ship for the 1st time, read the tuto, and is able to perform better than experienced pilots…

    • M.A. Moreno says:

      It’s actually a perfect illustration for why video game movies suck. Video game plots exist to justify the gameplay. With no gameplay, the plots are revealed for the meandering messes that they are. (And just to be clear: a meandering mess of a plot is _totally appropriate_ for video games, since they’re a different medium with a different purpose.)

    • Brandon Lyon says:

      I mean that’s pretty much half the plot of Attack of the clones, so it’s nothing new in Star Wars.

    • xyaeiounn says:

      Yep, it’s lame. Then again The Empire Strikes Back had a bit of that to it, but worked because it was about strife and conflict, travel and needing to do things.
      It was a story with spectacular events rather than a list of spectacular events guided by a schedule.

    • cbapiaz says:

      A bad video game…

  6. Iattacku says:

    The sequel trilogy is like when your teacher gives you a group presentation and you split each section but don’t discuss it before presenting

  7. Elmer Teves says:

    “I’m starting to think it’s a bad idea for one studio to make every big movie.”

    Olaf in Frozen 2: Anna, I don’t feel so good….

  8. Narmatonia says:

    4:22 I feel like they were going for the “Hey guys she’s actually his daughter, hint hint”, but the line delivery just makes it sound creepy

  9. imaxman1 says:

    I can’t believe… that I WAS FEATURED ON HONEST TRAILERS!!!

  10. Thanks Hermione says:

    I’m surprised you didn’t mention how Finn said he had something to tell Rey and then never followed through on it. No, we shouldn’t have to research stuff to fill in gaps left in the film.

  11. Marcus Stevens says:

    Really, the thing that hurts these movies the most is that there was no plan at all. Why would you let an iconic trilogy with a massive fanbase be passed between different directors with different plans for the series like the child of a divorced couple?

    Imagine if in Empire, Darth Vader said that he was Luke’s father, just for him to say “oh, I was lying” in Return of the Jedi. If the Emperor wasn’t introduced in Empire and was just shoehorned into the opening text crawl in RotJ, like “oh yeah, you thought Vader was the big bad? Nope, this is his boss. Don’t question it…”

    • allthatishere says:

      @Wally West Is JJ a good director, in general? I hear people say he’s a hack all the time.

    • Brandon Lyon says:

      @allthatishereHe better then George Lucas was if you ask me, at last JJ can make his actors act like human beings rather then bored robots.

    • Kt R says:

      @robert goodman Still, Lucas always only wrote the next Original installment after making the one before it. Before ESB, Vader was not supposed to be Lukes father. Before RotJ, Leia was not Luke’s sister, which resulted in scenes like Obi-Wan correcting his own statements (“from a certain point of view”) and the Luke & Leia kiss in ESB. A lot of the back-and-forth between VIII and IX is very similar to that…

    • MASOL says:

      it’s just a money grab

    • Andrew Tormanen says:

      Kylo didn’t even say that Rey’s parents were nobodies. Rey did. Then in Rise, Kylo says that he said the wrong thing. But he didn’t say it in the first place!!!

  12. Caleb Witts says:

    This movie gets more depressing after watching The Force Awakens. Back when it at least *seemed* like they had a plan

  13. BlueFox94 says:

    Proof, once and for all, that J.J. Abrams sucks at concluding stories.

  14. Podgester says:

    “Never seen a landing that he couldn’t not stick” Does this break anyone else’s mind?

    • Adam Ali Zahid says:

      Same here dude.

    • Bluntman says:

      Nah, its simple: jar jar abrams is notorious for setting up “mystery boxes” but doesn’t know how to write what’s actually in them. He’s good at setting things up and spectacle but not depth or conclusions.

    • Ryan Hall says:

      He is a good technical director and good with actors. He should just have a DP that ignores him when he asks for lens flares, and should have better writers. He’d be amazing if he could just get out of his own way.

    • MrBeaux says:

      @Bluntman For example: “Why do you have Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber, Maz?” “A story for another time” Which ultimately never gets explained.

  15. Ninja Mac33 says:

    When people go on about how to fix a movie when the only way to fix this movie would be to not have this movie exist 😂

  16. Nicholas Hogan says:

    God this movie sucked. The trilogy sucked.
    It all just…..sucked so hard.

  17. William McNirlan says:

    She’s Lando’s daughter. Seriously. And I find that out in the Honest Trailer. Tells you everything about this movie.

    • Kelsey Waterman says:

      Maybe I just watch too many movies/tv but I knew before the move even came out she was gonna be Landon’s secret daughter. It was a fairly easy to spot trope for me.

    • MrBeaux says:

      I read this comment before I watched the video, and thought by “she” you meant Rey lol (I didn’t see Episode 9, and probably never will).

  18. Graham Apol says:

    You missed the most obvious Marvel/Star Wars comparison yet:
    “I am inevitable.” – “And I… am… Iron Man.”

    “I am all the Sith!” – “And I… am all the Jedi.”

  19. tertulo says:

    Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker: They spent a fortune on a movie and the people preferred “Baby Yoda”!

  20. og87 says:

    Why didn’t they make Qui gon Reys father? Because fans would be ReyJin.

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