"Star Wars: The Rise of the Empire" has been the best selling movie in the series in recent years, with many critics wondering why this new movie is so vastly different from the old one. This is actually a question that was asked at the movie's premiere in Hollywood, California.
Online viewers have been very disappointed with this newest movie. While the storyline is much like the old ones, they were disappointed with the lack of excitement and spectacle.
In terms of the story line, it seems that online viewers are more impatient than usual, and they see everything happening without any excitement or drama. According to some websites, there were several minutes that the actors were talking to one another about nothing at all. There were scenes that had no impact whatsoever.
Other reviewers claim that online viewers can't wait for the action and they are just wanting to know where the action is taking place. They also seem to forget that there are minor characters in the story, such as Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia, who have now become main protagonists of the story.
Some other reviews claim that the movie has much better fighting, but they also point out that the camera work is not good, especially during the fight between Luke and Darth Vader. If you have seen the recent "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" movie, you will probably be a little disappointed with this movie as well.
Overall, the online viewers appear to be more impatient than usual, and they will probably want to find out about the plot of the movie before they will watch it. Besides, there is nothing left for them to do because the movie has already been released online.
The online viewers would definitely like to see an opportunity to see the movie before it's released online. But after seeing a lot of people whining and complaining about the lack of excitement, it is understandable that some people are having a hard time waiting for the release of the movie on the theater.
It is already proven that online viewers are highly demanding, but they are probably the ones who are right in the middle of the audience, not the actual audiences in the theaters. So in the end, online viewers are often the ones who get the first chance to see the latest movie, while others will just sit and wait.