We are here to enlighten your mid-week with a study of the most complex character (in my humble opinion) in the Last Jedi. This post will be about Kylo Ren. Dubbed by the internet a ‘complex villain’, people often describe … Continue reading TLJ Character Studies #7: Kylo Ren
We are once again back with another closer look at one of the characters in the latest instalment of the Star Wars franchise; The Last Jedi. We have been looking at lots of the characters throughout the weeks and I have to say that I personally have found this one the hardest. Today we are looking at one of the newbies to the franchise; Rose Tico. This review will contain spoilers so be warned! On our main page you can find links to previous character studies and to both a spoiler and non spoiler review of the full film!
In this review I am going to discuss four characters and their development in the latest Series 3 episodes as well as how what we see might connect to their backstories. Check it out: Sabine Sabine is a very complex character. … Continue reading Rebels Review #3.3-4: A zoom in on the characters of Sabine, Thrawn, Hera and Kallus
A few weeks ago the teaser-trailer of Star Wars: Rogue One was released and immediately found an overwhelmingly positive response. In this post I don’t intend to argue that there is vast body of Star Wars fans who have a … Continue reading Misogyny amongst Star Wars Fans: The response to Rogue One
One of the most noteworthy scenes in Episode VII The Force Awakens was Rey’s Force-vision. It is a scene in which we are projected both into the past as well as into the future. Some events Rey witnesses pertain to … Continue reading Scene-It? Rey’s Vision.
Is there such a thing as ‘super-hero fatigue’? You bet … I certainly have it! Could there be something lurking in the dark like Star Wars fatigue? As Star Wars starts to become an annual event we might just need to ask ourselves that.
These two Rebels episodes also have connective tissue. Because in a gripping way they showed us the ‘power of family’, both the good as well as the bad of it. This to, in my view, as a lead up towards the season’s finale this week. Continue reading “Rebels Review #2.14-#2.15: The Power of Family”
These two episodes contained a common thread. Even though they were each highlighting backstory elements of one of the Ghost crew’s characters they were also episodes in which Ezra was exposed to a larger universe of The Force beyond what he had seen. They were episodes which increasingly dealt with Ezra’s ability to lead and with the relationship between him and Kanan. The beautiful thing however was that these developments were kept somewhat in the background of what seemed to be stories about someone else. Continue reading “Rebels Review #2.12-#2.13: Ezra & The Force”
This was an awesome episode! I believe that in it’s quiet moments it hid several bombshell messages that look forward to the season’s finale next week. On the surface it seems to tell a straight forward adventure story of securing a new base. But actually it was a story of goodbye’s foreshadowing that this was the last time our Star Wars: Rebels family was together like this. This review is full of spoilers, including potential spoilers for the Season’s finale.
Costuming is a major part of a character, especially in fantasy and sci-fi. What a character works in part influences your initial response to them. Just think of Darth Vader who would have a completely different presence in the Original Trilogy were … Continue reading The Costumes of ‘The Force Awakens’ and what they tell us (Spoilers)