With all of the issues with "Rise of Skywalker" the screentime of Rose Tico is a moot point.
It's done. It's over. Finally.
Now we get to slog through the past AGAIN with "Obi-Wan" and "Darth Maul," two characters that immediately deflate any tension, as we know how both of them end up, and how they die.
"From the director that ruined Star Wars"
Phil, you named "A Clockwork Orange" one of the 17 best R-Rated Sci-Fi movies of All Time. (Link Below) So, Ultraviolence in 1971 from a movie that was literally self-banned in England by Kubrick for 40 years for purportedly inciting violence, is not only okay with you, but literally is listed as one of your best movies ever. Yet, "The Joker" filmmakers must "take responsibility" for their content? Got it.
Here's a MUCH better article by a better writer summing up the reasons of Kubrick banning ACO from England. Ironically both films were released by Warner Bros.
And here's your article:https://www.moviefone.com/photos/17-best-r-rated-sci-fi-movies-ranked/
Alax, if you look closely at most of the videos, they were uploaded in 4k HDR, which is great if you have an HDR capable set and watch your youtube videos on your TV. But, for 99% of people out there that don't own an HDR capable monitor, the resulting image does indeed look flat and washed out. AND there is no way to select a non HDR version. The only video that wasn't HDR was the two guys bowling video which was uploaded in 1080p.
Love how they upload an age-restricted video as the only "SDR" 4k/6k content and the other videos are HDR ONLY content, ya know, for the 12 people that own HDR computer monitors. Sure, you can still watch the HDR videos on an SDR monitor, but the colors will be washed out. The camera seems a tad crippled as to not compete with their pro products. Even one of the directors in the behind the scenes videos remarked she couldn't tell the difference between the S1H and the Varicam in terms of quality.
"Darth Rey" is obviously the Emperor inhabiting a Rey Clone, much like the early Star Wars Dark Empire comics did back in the 90s.