Solo: A Star Wars Review

I liked it. A lot. I thought the movie was good fun and a much-needed break within the Star Wars universe that has lately become too serious. That’s not too say it wasn’t serious – it was, and I believe most of the movie had a serious undertone – but when I think back on … Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Review

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Lately, an Inundation of Characters

I’ve come to a slow realization over the past few days regarding the characters in the Prequels, the Original Trilogy, and now the Sequel Trilogy (is that what we’re still calling it? I don’t even know). I feel like the further away we get from the Original Trilogy, the more superfluous characters have become. In … Continue reading Lately, an Inundation of Characters

Haiku Me Friday! Can the Force awaken?

The end of ESB is a pivotal moment in Leia’s life. As they arrive at Cloud City, Leia begins to really feel the Force. I think it begins with her ill feelings towards Lando. She doesn’t trust him, and it’s not the normal this-guy-is-kinda-too-forward-and-possibly-sleazy feelings. It’s a sense of something not being right. She tries … Continue reading Haiku Me Friday! Can the Force awaken?

Another Happy Landing: The Endings of Star Wars Films

One of my favorite things about Star Wars, ever since I first saw it when I was a child, was the endings of the movies. As I got older, I saw the endings as slightly corny, but they still satisfied me. Why? Because while George Lucas created endings that were corny or too-nicely-tied-up-in-a-bow, there was … Continue reading Another Happy Landing: The Endings of Star Wars Films

Star Wars ComLINKS: Most Emotional Scene

Apparently I was supposed to get this done by March 22nd – oops, I completely missed that note the first time I read through the post!  I’ll be better next time. First, thanks to Graphic Novelty2, I re-discovered the blog Anakin and His Angel.  I remember I had it saved at some point on an … Continue reading Star Wars ComLINKS: Most Emotional Scene