The PrePost Film Review

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Summary

The Disney Empire has bestowed their annual Star Wars film to us for 2016! This time around, it's Rogue One - the first standalone film in the franchise.

Show Notes

The Disney Empire has bestowed their annual Star Wars film to us for 2016! This time around, it's Rogue One - the first standalone film in the franchise.

Much like The Force Awakens before it, Rogue One has a lot to prove to fans. Can it effectively tell a story that doesn't involve Jedi? Will a different approach to its cinematography and writing make it feel too distant from the other films? Can this "war film" also give us interesting characters we care about?

You'll find the answers to all of these questions and many more in this episode of the Pre Post Film Review! Helping them pick apart the trailer and joining them in the review is special guest - trailer editor Ben Holmes. You can find some of his work at www.benholmestrailers.com

We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday! May the Force be with you!

Join Matt, Jon & Ben as they discuss the trailer for Rogue One. Then - after the film has been released - they return to discuss the feature itself.

00:00:00 - Introductions 
00:01:42 - Trailer impressions
00:16:23 - Film review (spoilers!)

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What is The PrePost Film Review?

In each episode of The PrePost Film Review hosts Jon Asquith and Matt Stephenson discuss a film over two distinct periods.

First - brief, spoiler free impressions of a trailer upon its release. Followed by a spoiler-filled review recorded months later once the film hits cinemas.

A thoughtful and occasionally funny look at how trailers represent films.