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7 Things That Really Bothered Me About Star Wars: Rogue One

2. Grand Moff Tarkin

Peter Cushing’s face was CGI’ed on a random guy’s body and it looked like Peter Cushing’s face was badly CGI’ed on a random guy’s body. It was startling from beginning to end. Now, I’m not at all against the idea of recreating a dead guy and putting him into a film. If this technology exists then it’s only a matter of time until we get Swayze back for a much needed Roadhouse sequel.

But how about we perfect this technology before we not only include it in one of the biggest movies of the year but give him more speaking lines than the actual villain. I guess that last point is my main problem. Did we need Grand Moff Tarkin at all?

His entire presence just made the real villain of the movie look weak and inferior. For example, I had to look up his name. Director Orson Krennic had a pretty cool unique look and a real chip on his shoulder and instead of finding out why, all of the cool bad guy lines were given to ghost of Star Wars past.

 

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