The Skywalker/Palpatine Saga

Alas, I did not get to see TROS one more time in theaters as I was hit with a debilitating sickness and was unable to leave my bed for days, lost my voice, and could barely function. BUT I got to read a lot of blogs on the new movie and think about it a … Continue reading The Skywalker/Palpatine Saga

The Rise of Skywalker: A Tired Trilogy Comes to an End

Have you seen the TV show Arrested Development? The first three seasons aired on Fox and was canceled after the 3rd season, encountering fan outrage. The first three seasons were so good. Netflix decided to revive the show and created a season four, which was horrible. They then released the fifth season on Netflix a … Continue reading The Rise of Skywalker: A Tired Trilogy Comes to an End

Entertain and Delight Me

I read a quote last week in the book I’m slowly working my way through (Why We Love Star Wars by podcaster Ken Napzok) that I haven’t been able to shake from my mind. Ken writes, Yet, we can never forget (because George never did) that this saga is also meant to entertain and delight … Continue reading Entertain and Delight Me

Finn // Han

In all of Solo, it's rubbed in our face that Han is a "good" person. As an audience, we are led to believe that had he not been presented the situations he was in, he would have turned out alright. More than alright: a kind, goodhearted person. He is juxtaposed against Tobias Beckett and at … Continue reading Finn // Han

Fiction’s Fearless Females: Rey

I have heard that the opposite of love is fear, not hate, which may be first emotion that comes to mind due to the love/hate analogies we often make. If we go by that assumption, then someone who is fearless, or without fear, is someone who loves immensely. When asked by My Comic Relief to … Continue reading Fiction’s Fearless Females: Rey