The Resistance finds themselves battling for survival against the unrelenting First Order. With time running out, Finn and new found friend, Rose Tico, along with Poe, attempt a daring plan to save what’s left of the Resistance. Will they make it in time? Meanwhile, Rey has tracked down the illusive Luke Skywalker, who adamantly refuses to get involved in the Resistance’s plight. He changes his mind, however, when Rey’s connection with the Force proves to be stronger than he realizes. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Star Wars – Episode VIII – The Last Jedi”.
∙ At the beginning of the movie, Poe is piloting one of the fighters, ready for their first battle. In the close-up, left side view, the microphone on his helmet is pointed away from his face. It cuts to a front view when he says “Attention” and the microphone is now positioned toward his face, closer to his mouth.
∙ Snoke’s ship has tracked the Resistance through lightspeed. There is a close-up of him and Akbar, with Akbar standing in front of his right shoulder, facing the same direction when Poe says “you gotta be kidding me”. It cuts to a farther view when Poe starts to walk away and asks if they can jump to lightspeed and Akbar is no longer next to him, but he’s now facing him.
∙ Luke boards the Millennium Falcon. When Luke sits down, the top part of R2D2 can be seen turning to look at him. The scene cuts to a front view of R2D2 and he can be seen turning to face Luke again.
∙ Finn is trying to get to one of the escape pods when Rose startles him. His bag is noticeably on the ground, in front of the escape pod. It’s still behind him, on the ground, when he tells her to “Breathe”. But, when she notices he has a bag and stuns him, the bag is now inside the escape pod.
“Star Wars – Episode VIII – The Last Jedi” (2017) stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Lupita Nyong’o, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, Kelly Marie Tran, Laura Dern, Benicio Del Toro and Frank Oz. It runs 152 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action and violence.