I have a confession to make.
I was actually looking forward to the opening weekend of Star Wars: Episode VIII.
The prequels were so good that it was easy to overlook the fact that the next installment of the saga is going to have a massive opening weekend.
Star Wars had its share of weak opening weekends, and this one was no exception.
It opened to a mere $8 million on Thursday, making it the worst debut of the prequel era, and the worst opening weekend ever for a film.
The last time that happened was The Force Awakens, which debuted to $15 million in 2016.
That film is the most successful opening weekend for a Star Wars film to date, and it opened with a massive $75 million on a $50 million budget.
With a $20 million budget, The Last Empire was easily the most expensive Star Wars movie ever made.
The Last Republic, which was released in 2015, also earned $75.5 million on $50.5m budget.
So there was a big gap in the marketplace between the prequel and the sequel.
Now, there’s a very good argument that The Last Emperor is the best Star Wars prequel, and a great film.
So why didn’t Star Wars have a comparable opening weekend?
Well, a couple of things: First, there was no one else in the market for the pre-release weekend.
The first two Star Wars films had strong opening weekends in the $10 to $12 million range.
This one opened to just $4.5M on its first day of release, which made it the least successful prequel ever.
Second, Disney and Lucasfilm did not make Star Wars a franchise.
The First Order was the only faction to take part in the Star Wars saga, and they’re just not the biggest Star Wars fans.
This made the film even more of a success.
Third, Star Wars was the first Star Wars story to have an entirely new cast, which is an important step to take in a franchise like this.
In a franchise that is supposed to be all about the characters and stories, the casting was an important way to bring the story to life.
This was a critical factor for The Last Force Awakens.
If we can’t see how great the movie is without seeing the cast, we might not like it.
That’s exactly what happened with The Last Kingdom.
After the first two films, The Force was reignited with the first installment, The Clone Wars.
In this film, the story was told by the clone Kylo Ren.
This allowed the storytellers to explore what makes up the life of the Force, and how the Force can be used for good.
This is the story of a young Kylo’s rise from a Jedi to a Stormtrooper.
And it is absolutely amazing.
While The Last Star Wars, The First Jedi, and The Last Sith were all well-received, this film has the best opening weekend, and is a classic.
It’s the perfect example of why Star Wars is so important.
It was one of the first movies that actually told a story, and that story was compelling.
That means that The Force will be powerful, because there will always be people who are not familiar with it.
So the film will continue to inspire people, and people will continue buying tickets for other films to follow, because the Force will always exist.
It will be the story that everyone remembers, and will inspire them to think about the big picture.
The Force is real, and there is always room for more Star Wars movies.