Star Wars is now one of the longest-running franchises in film history. Spanning over 42 years the Star Wars franchise has had highs and lows in its long-run just like any franchise would. But now when it is coming to an end Disney wanted to get the franchise an end to be remembered.
Directed by J.J Abrams, the newest film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker does not seem to be meeting these expectations. The film has opened to a mediocre 59 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and only a 6.6 on IMDB that accumulates fan reactions and critic scores.
Despite being a part of a hugely popular and successful franchise Abrams's desire for the film has certainly not been realized to its fullest potential. The box office collections of the film are still expected to soar just like the previous few films.
Here in India, the film will release on December 20 but with Dabbang 3 releasing on the same day the film isn't going to do very well outside of the metro cities.