The Force Awakens v. Rogue One: Which is Best?

By Brenden Bell

I love Star Wars more than I think should be allowed. So, when Rogue One came out this past Christmas, I was first in line to see it.

I thought it was fine, but when everyone started to hate on The Force Awakens after seeing Rogue One I was shocked. Rogue One is OK…but NO WHERE NEAR The Force Awakens.

I decided the world needed to understand this, so please watch, and if you believe, share it with your friends.

Thanks, and may the Force be with you!

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  • Ben

    I enjoyed both movies. Mainly because I am a father of 2 boys that love everything Star Wars. I can forgive some of the problems with both movies as my enjoyment now is sharing these characters and stories with a new generation. Keep them coming Disney!

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