Star Wars 7 The Last Jedi 3D Movie Review

Although it’s only been a year since we were last treated to a Star Wars movie thanks to Rogue One, it’s been double that time since we left off with the players of the new main trilogy. Picking up immediately after The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now playing in theaters, and it leaves the galaxy far, far away in an intriguing place that we’ll return to in Episode IX. But for right now, one of the questions you may be asking yourself going into The Last Jedi is what kind of ticket you should buy. In other words, to 3D or not to 3D?

That’s what we’re here to discuss. For those of you who are interested in our thoughts on Star Wars: The Last Jedi as a whole, you can read our review of the movie. Right here is where we’ll be discussing whether it’s worth putting down a little extra cash to enjoy Episode VIII in 3D. With that in mind, let’s delve into the criteria so you can determine just how you’ll enjoy the latest Star Wars movie during its theatrical run.

Not every movie deserves the 3D treatment. It’s not worth going down this route for a theatrical tale that isn’t delivering a visual spectacle. Fortunately, this is Star Wars we’re talking about. Just like its eight predecessors (nine if you want to include the animated Clone Wars movie), Star Wars: The Last Jedi isn’t lacking for impressive visuals, from lightsaber combat to space battles to sprawling alien environments like Canto Bight. The Last Jedi lends itself well to being watched as a 3D experience, making these space opera moments feel more realistic, at least to your eyes.


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