Star Wars

“The Rise of Skywalker” Is Officially The Worst-Reviewed “Star Wars” Movie Ever

Source: Screenshot via Disney/Lucasfilm

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has officially become the lowest ranking Star Wars movie on Rotten Tomatoes, currently sitting at 52%, one percent below The Phantom Menace. 

As reported by Collider earlier today, despite grossing over $1 billion worldwide, it took Rise of Skywalker nearly 26 days to reach the billion-dollar milestone, an achievement The Last Jedi eclipsed in 19 days and The Force Awakens in just 12.

Considering how divided the sequel trilogy was received by critics and fans alike, we genuinely believe Disney would be smart to allow Jon Favreau’s Mandalorian series to steer the iconic franchise back into everyone’s good graces before making another film. With an untitled Star Wars movie scheduled to hit theatres sometime in 2022, it would appear that is precisely what the Disney and Lucasfilm have planned… at least for now.

Source: Screenshot via Disney/Lucasfilm

For those interested, the highest-reviewed film of the Star Wars saga (according to Rotten Tomatoes) is The Empire Strikes Back, which is currently sitting at 94%, one percent above A New Hope and The Force Awakens.

Did you enjoy the final film in the Star Wars sequel trilogy? What was your favorite and least favorite part of the movie? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Collider

Riley Jones (@moviemanjones)

Riley Jones (@moviemanjones)

Riley is the Managing Editor of Goliath. When he's not at the movie theatre or binging some new tv series, he likes to spend his time shooting hoops and play MTG. He doesn't like 'Breaking Bad,' loves 'The Simpsons,' hates mayonnaise, and has been repping the Toronto Raptors since '95. Follow him on IG and Twitter @moviemanjones.

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