Rogue One: a Star Wars Story

Movie • 2016 • Sci-Fi  Report
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Corellon
There should be a category for "does the droid die?"
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
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Twice. 1. A character cries and sinks to their knees after hearing a message from an estranged family member. At the same time, the building is starting to collapse, but they're still unnerved and shaking. Finally they're dragged away by a friend who later scolds them for forgetting to grab a key item on the way out. 2. A character is "shell shocked" after the death of a loved one. Their friend pulls them away but then later tries to take advantage of their condition to gaslight them over a correct suspicion. ("No, you're only accusing me of that because you're in shock.")
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Are there bugs?
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Probably one of the most visceral passenger starfighter crash landings in Star Wars...although nobody is injured or killed. If you don't like car crashes, you won't like this either.
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It is not shown directly, but a child is saved from the middle of a guerrilla war zone in Jedha City, only for the entire city to be destroyed shortly after by the Death Star.
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Corellon
Yes, and the parent aspect is the main theme in their deaths. (Major spoilers) The main character loses all three parent figures in her life and is obviously traumatized by it. When she was a child, her mother was shot in front of her. During the events of the movie, she has to leave her adoptive father behind to be crushed by falling rocks, and she watches her birth father get injured in an explosion and holds him as he dies.
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Probably one of the most visceral passenger starfighter crash landings in Star Wars....although nobody is injured or killed.
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Corellon
Two male characters die, after a close, decades long, affectionate friendship that's ambiguous but easy to interpret as marriage. (not confirmed by canon at this time)
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1. A disabled character with gray hair stays behind to die in an explosion even though they could have escaped with the others. "I will run no longer," they announce, and there's a dramatic shot of them taking off their breathing mask, closing their eyes, and "embracing" the falling rocks. 2. A character who has struggled with guilt and mental health issues for many years volunteers for a suicide mission with a monologue that makes it very clear that this guilt is one of their reasons for volunteering. During the mission, they tell another character to "keep going!" while they face almost certain death in a firefight.
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Corellon
Essentially yes. They fall and hit several beams on the way down. It's uncomfortable and visceral to watch and listen to although (spoilers) they miraculously survive the fall.
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The first major character to die outside of a flashback is black.
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Corellon
Many characters die in explosions, but there are never flames, and it's always fast.
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(Vague spoilers) Jyn justifiably confronts someone for betraying her, and he responds by repeatedly insisting that she's only saying that because she's in shock.
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Corellon
Spoiler light: A character is restrained and left to be mind probed by a huge space creature with tentacles. He struggles and shouts, and it fades to black.
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Corellon
The Death Star hits planets with the exact force of a nuclear detonation, and it's clearly coded that way.
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The male lead and female lead have mild romantic tension, and there's a sequence where he "gaslights" her by causing her to doubt her perception to his advantage. It's not an overt relationship or overt domestic violence, but it will make emotional abuse victims very uncomfortable.
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Corellon
LOTS! Firefights. Firefights where a small child is in danger. Firing squad where innocent minor characters die. Major characters getting held at gunpoint, kicked, and bags put over their heads. Apparent friendly fire. Friendly fire prevented at the last second. A major character ordered to take out another major character and then lots of tense shots of their target through a sniper scope with their finger slowly squeezing the trigger. Major character injured by gunshots. Major character seriously injured by gunshots and falling to certain death. Major character shot repeatedly in a last stand firefight until death. Major character pretending to console a minor character only to abruptly shoot them in the back without warning. Tense "give me the gun" argument. Main character threatened with gun and apparently shot but saved at the last possible second.
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Corellon
Two characters put their arms around each other in soft flickering light. Their faces are very close, and many interpret the scene romantically, but it immediately fades to black.
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