ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY (PG-13) **** (out of 5)
December 16, 2016
Felicity Jones as JYN ERSO
Diego Luna as CASSIAN ANDOR
Alan Tudyk as K-2SO
Donnie Yen as CHIRRUT ÎMWE
Wen Jiang as BAZE MALBUS
Ben Mendelsohn as ORSON KRENNIC
Forest Whitaker as SAW GERRERA
Riz Ahmed as BODHI ROOK
Mads Mikkelsen as GALEN ERSO
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