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Kylo Ren Reviews Solo: A Star Wars Story!!!

 

Solo: A Star Wars Story has proven to be a box office disaster for Disney, and has been received with mixed reaction with the fans.  I enjoyed the film myself, but the most important question is….WHAT DID KYLO REN THINK OF IT???  Here with a VERY SPOILER INTENSIVE REVIEW is none other than Auralnauts’ Kylo Ren.  For Kylo’s thoughts on The Last Jedi, and Rogue One click on the link and enjoy.

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Kylo Ren Reacts Reviews Star Wars: The Last Jedi

The Last Jedi is rolling through box office barriers.  It’s passed $300 million domestic and $600 million international in gross and it hasn’t even opened in China yet.  The film, however, has sharply divided Star Wars fans as to some of the critical events.  I’ll weigh in with more details on what I thought after the holidays, but here with a VERY SPOILER INTENSIVE REVIEW is none other than Auralnauts’ Kylo Ren.  For Kylo’s thoughts on The Last Jedi going into the film or his review of Rogue One click on the link and enjoy.

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Kylo Ren Reacts Reviews Rogue One: A Star Wars Story!!!

We here at Killing Time are huge, huge fans of Auralnauts hysterical web series “Kylo Ren Reacts”.  We got the fledgling Sith Lord’s opinion on the trailers as they came out (see below along with the now-classic SNL skit Kylo Ren: Undercover Boss), but it was only a matter of time before Kylo settled down to give us his VERY SPOILER FILLED thoughts on Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.  We get his weigh in on the shots in trailers not making the final cut of the film, a shout-out to the fight picking dedication of Dr. Evazan and Ponda Baba, a formal apology to the Death Star’s welding crew, and GRANDFATHER!!!!!!  Yesterday, Star Wars moved most of us to tears as we lost Carrie Fisher, but Star Wars is, at it’s core, a joyful thing, and out of joy comes laughter.  So, while the hurt lingers, let’s laugh a little too.  That’s just as big a way to honor Fisher’s career as to mourn her passing.