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133 minutes (2 hours 13 minutes)
16th December
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Directed by


Diego Luna
Cassian Andor
Alan Tudyk
Donnie Yen
Chirrut Îmwe
Wen Jiang
Baze Malbus
Orson Krennic
Guy Henry
Governor Tarkin
Saw Gerrera
Bodhi Rook
Galen Erso
Jimmy Smits
Bail Organa
Alistair Petrie
General Draven
Genevieve O'Reilly
Mon Mothma
Ben Daniels
General Merrick
Paul Kasey
Admiral Raddus
Stephen Stanton
Admiral Raddus
Ian McElhinney
General Dodonna
Fares Fares
Senator Vaspar
Jonathan Aris
Senator Jebel
Sharon Duncan-Brewster
Senator Pamlo
Spencer Wilding
Darth Vader
Daniel Naprous
Darth Vader
James Earl Jones
Darth Vader
Ingvild Deila
Princess Leia
Anthony Daniels
Valene Kane
Lyra Erso
Beau Gadsdon
Young Jyn
Dolly Gadsdon
Younger Jyn
Duncan Pow
Sergeant Melshi
Jordan Stephens
Corporal Tonc
Babou Ceesay
Lieutenant Sefla
Aidan Cook
Two Tubes
Daniel Mays
Andy de la Tour
General Hurst Romodi
Tony Pitts
Captain Pterro
Martin Gordon
Eric MacLennan
Rebel Tech
Robin Pearce
Rebel Tech
Francis Magee
Grizzly Rebel
Bronson Webb
Rebel MP
Tim Beckmann
Captain Antilles
Geraldine James
Blue Three
Ariyon Bakare
Blue Four
Simon Farnaby
Blue Five
Drewe Henley
Red Leader
Angus MacInnes
Gold Leader
Gabby Wong
Gold Nine
Richard Glover
Red Twelve
Toby Hefferman
Blue Eight
Richard Cunningham
General Ramda
Jack Roth
Lieutenant Adema
Michael Gould
Admiral Gorin
Rufus Wright
Lieutenant Casido
Michael Shaeffer
General Corssin
Geoff Bell
2nd Lieutenant Frobb
James Harkness
Private Basteren
Derek Arnold
Matt Rippy
Corporal Rostock
Nick Kellington
Michael Nardone
Shield Gate Officer
Nathan Plant
Imperial Guard Droid
Christopher Patrick Nolan
Alderaanian Guard
Michael Smiley
Dr. Evazan
Warwick Davis
Weeteef Cyubee
Dee Tails
Ruth Bell
Jedha Server
May Bell
Jedha Server
Angus Wright
Hammerhead Captain
Keith Dunphy
Blockade Runner Pilot
Alan Rushton
Robert Benedetti-Hall
Richard Franklin
Weston Gavin
Nick Hobbs
Matt Allsopp
Tam Posla
David Ankrum
Wedge Antilles
Russell Balogh
Major Ralo Surrel (Red Eleven)
Benjamin Benitez
Rebel Pilot
Ram Bergman
Death Star Technician #2
Arthur L. Bernstein
Verona Blue
Scarif Antenna Computer
Steve Blum
Additional Voices
Bern Collaco
Stormtrooper / Landing Crew
Angus Cook
Brendan Cook
Rebel Marine
Sabine Crossen
Jedha City Citizen
Alexander Cruickshanks
X-wing pilot
Matthew Dale
Red Jedha Priest
Zarene Dallas
Red Eight
Nick Davison
Imperial Officer / Rebel Bridge Crew
Ned Dennehy
Nick Donald
Rebel Marine
Gareth Edwards
Rebel Soldier
Daniel Eghan
Partisan Style Y - Militiaman
Marc Esse
Imperial Technician
Antony Fitzgerald
Jedha Native
Jake Francis
Rebel Marine
Scott Frazer
Comms. Tech
Tony Gilroy
Rebel Flight Controller
Rudy Valentino Grant
Kafrene Outpost Trader
Steven Griffiths
Sam Hanover
Imperial Officer
Benjamin Hartley
Cadet Harb Binli (Red Seven)
Philip Harvey
Imperial Officer
James Henri-Thomas
Rebel Officer
Luke Hope
Rebel Tech Artigent
Colin Howells
Rebel Marine / Bounty Hunter
Dolly Jagdeo
Rebel Engineer
Rian Johnson
Imperial Technician
Attila G. Kerekes
Rebel Marine on Yavin
Gary Kiely
Imperial Officer / Imperial Tech / Tie Pilot
Kamil Lemieszewski
Jorge Leon Martinez
X-Wing Pilot
Mickey Lewis
Fleet Trooper
Tyrone Love
Rebel Marine Commander
Brendan McCoy
Jedha Rebel
Charles Merriman
Rebel Engineer
James Mitchell
Death Trooper
Sandeep Mohan
Scarif Trooper
Shina Shihoko Nagai
Mother of a Lost Child
Robert Nairne
Kullbee Sperado / Cycyed Ock
David Norfolk
Trech Molock
Axel Nu
Mechanic Pilot
Emeson Nwolie
Partisan Rebel - Militiaman
Hugh O'Brien
Imperial Officer
Jem Kai Olsen
Jedha resident
Mac Pietowski
Commi Tech / Marine Soldier
Mike Prior
Rebel Tech
Louis Samms
Imperial Tank Commander
David M. Santana
Tanner Scott
Julian Seager
Jedha Rebel
Stephen Seal
Rebel Trooper
Arti Shah
Power Droid
Kiran Shah
Oolin Musters
Tim Stafford
Matthew Stirling
Private Calfor
Morgan Strebler
John Swartz
Rebel Sentry
Albert Tang
Red Pilgrim
Vince Taylor
Rebel X-wing Pilot
Michael Thyx
Rebel Marine
Tony Toste
Imperial Officer
Sezer Unver
Comm. Tech Marina Soldier
Jay Vaisey
Core Storm Trooper
Pablo Verdejo
Rebel Trooper
George Vere
Death Trooper
Samuel Victor
Blue Two
Jay Waddell
Rebel Extremist
Paul Weston
Feyn Vann - Engineer
John Whitby
Rebel Marine
Sam Wilkinson
X-Wing Pilot
Boriana Williams
Dion Williams
Green Twelve
Ivy Wong
Pendra Siliu
Hiu Woong-Sin
Adjutant to General Draven
Steen Young
Vault Officer

25thframe.co.uk review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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For the first time in nearly 40 year of Star Wars we are getting a film that does not follow the chronological story that started with the introduction of Anakin Skywalker and will end with … well the events of Episode IX.

This new film isn’t taking too many chances, it’s titled A Star Wars Story and takes place just before Star Wars: A New Hope - hope being a word that is used again and again during the film.

The film start with the immortal line A Long Time Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away, but it then cuts to a scene in space where we see a ship, moving towards a planet, it misses the opening crawl.

The opening scene of Rogue One takes place 15 years before, it sets up some important narrative and character introductions before then leaping forward 15 years to show our female protagonist in captivity.

This film is no The Force Awakens, it falls far short of it in story, action, comedy and nostalgia, but despite its short fall is does have some fantastic moments, here is why.

If we look at a film as three acts, act one setting the scene and characters, act two the main action resolution of the initial problem and creation of the bigger problem/picture and the third act the resolution then this film has a ver slow and sometimes boring first act.

This doesn’t set the film up too well and as it moves to the second act it picks up the action but gets confusing, I felt as if the writers had presumed that everyone knew the backstory so they didn’t have to bother.

This third act is the money shot and is really where the film hold its best moments and is the 45 minutes of the film which ALMOST make you forgive the film for the previous 2 act, except for the last few minutes of the film.

The best bits really and how well it fits into Star Wars A New Hope and how it actually explains some of those niggling things, like why did they make it even possible to blow up the Death Star, and explain them - it does make Episode IV and Episode III better films!

**SPOILER ALERT** It is well known that Darth Vader is in the movie, excellent, but for me the movement and size of him was wrong and the ageing James Earl Jones just didn’t sound right, and I really wanted this to be a Jedi/lightsaber - less movie, but I suspect through re-shoots, there is a short scene at the end which has both Jedi action and lightsaber, and I hated it.

We also get the return of Peter Cushing’s Grand Moff Tarkin, and CGI’d face which in a cameo would have been fantastic but it/he plays quite a role in the film and it does start to look more fake the more it appears.

This film end on a scene which really does then lead directly into A New Hope, it actually makes it feel better and it makes the Empires actions of capturing Leia’s ship seem like the obvious move, and yes there is a short but vaguely pleasing cameo from a CGI Carrie Fisher at the end.