SSNPod #228 | The “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Spoilerific Review Show (feat. @rjcc & @MrDQJ) | #sayhowyoufeel

Now that we’ve gotten the non-spoiler parts out of the way, the SSN Crew – with special guests Richard Lawler of Engadget HD and Dustin – dive deeper into what makes Rian Johnson’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” tick, whether or not we felt those elements worked, what the film means for “Star Wars” films going forward, and where Emperor Snoke gets those beautiful gowns from. This was definitely one of the most energetic film review discussions we’ve ever had!

If you have NOT seen “The Last Jedi,” stop where you are and go listen to episode #227 instead/first! We start with the SPOILERS from practically the first minute here, so you have been warned!

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