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'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' review: Rey and the Resistance prove irresistible

Great fun, and a reminder that unpopular political leaders mock the Resistance in other galaxies, too, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" boasts a bald-faced lie of a subtitle - sorry, folks, last Jedi, no more "Star Wars" movies! - and special guest appearances from some old, familiar faces. The oldest of them utters a very funny line about the sacred Jedi religious texts being the opposite of page-turners.

It's a lot of movie, in a good way. Writer-director Rian Johnson, in his fourth feature and

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