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Jim Cramer Says People Will Go to Star Wars 'No Matter What' Reviews Say

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Disney's  (DIS) - Get Free Report 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker', which is the final installment in the nine-part film series, opened in theaters Thursday night and the majority of reviews have been negative.

The Associated Press called the movie a "scattershot, impatiently paced, fan-servicing finale" while the film, directed by J.J. Abrams, was called "completely manic" by the Atlantic and The New York Times said "Skywalker" isn’t a "great 'Star Wars' movie, but that may be because there is no such thing."

So far in 2019, Disney has broken records by having six billion-dollar box office hits. 

Those movies include "Toy Story 4," "Frozen 2," "Aladdin," and "Captain Marvel," "The Lion King," and, of course, "Avengers: Endgame."

"Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" has the potential to become Disney's seventh billion-dollar box office hit. 

And, despite the bad reviews around the movie, Jim Cramer thinks that the movie could still follow in the footsteps of Disney's other billion-dollar businesses.

"People will go no matter what," Cramer noted on TheStreet's daily live show Friday, Dec. 20.

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