Daisy Ridley blames ‘social networks’ for poor ‘Star Wars: Increase of Skywalker’ reception|Space
“Star Wars: The Increase of Skywalker” star Daisy Ridley is lamenting the bad critical and fan reception to the film, the third in her starring trilogy.
“It’s changed movie by film honestly, like 98% it’s so incredible, this last film it was actually challenging,” Ridley described of her process understanding the criticism of the movie, speaking to Entertainment Weekly. “January was not that nice. It was odd, I felt like all of this love that we ‘d sort of been shown the first time around, I was like, ‘Where’s the love gone?'”
“I viewed the documentary, the making-of [The Skywalker Tradition], today,” Ridley went on to state, talking about the documentary feature included in “Rise of Skywalker’s” house video release. “And it’s so filled with love, and I think it’s that tricky thing of when you become part of something that is so filled with love and after that people [don’t like it] You understand, everybody’s entitled to not like something, however it feels like it’s altered a little. But I think in general that’s since social media and what have you.”
“The Increase of Skywalker” currently sits at a 52% ‘Rotten’ score on Rotten Tomatoes– the lowest rated of the contemporary “Star Wars” trilogy by a large margin, with instant predecessor “The Last Jedi” rated 92% ‘Fresh’ and the first movie “The Force Awakens” rated 93% ‘Fresh.’
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