Every now and then you see a piece of cinema mastery in which the story, writing, acting, and editing all blend together into a memorable piece of art.
The Rise of Skywalker is not that movie.
It feels like they put together the end piece, then had to somehow get the main cast from point A to point Z while trying to provide character arcs, plot points, and some semblance of emotion. Unfortunately they failed.
I spent the first 30…