In Rogue One, bureaucratic infighting plagues the Empire and the rebellion

The main plot device of the original 1977 film Star Wars is that the rebels have stolen the blueprints for the Empire’s new secret weapon, and have to find a way to capitalize on it before the Empire’s agents catch them. The newest film of the series, Rogue One, is based on a clever concept: it tells the story of how the rebellion got the stolen plans in the first place.It’s a remarkably well put together story that seamlessly meshes with the 1977 film and manages to be suspenseful despite the audience knowing in advance that the mission to steal

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