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.
Almost a year has passed since we last looked at some tribute video’s here on Clone Corridor! Previously we looked at Clone Wars, Saga and Rebels tributes. Many events have transpired in the Galaxy Far Far Away since then, The … Continue reading Awesome Tribute Videos #4: A year’s harvest
This will be a spoilerish review of the fantastic season 2 finale Twilight of the Apprentice. It has seen the end of beloved characters, brought severe consequences for other beloved characters and implications that will stretch far into Season 3 and beyond. The prequels have exploded onto the Rebels scene!
You may have noticed that we didn’t review Episode #2.16 so far. Shroud of Darkness is a remarkable episode with huge foreshadowing of tonight’s season 2 finale. I will review it now but with a look forward, speculating on what we will see tonight. A finale that may be the most profound Canon story since … Revenge of the Sith. Continue reading “Rebels Review #2.16: Shroud of Darkness”
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”
Today is Mother’s Day in the UK so we thought we’d say a special thank you to some of the amazing mothers and mother figures that we have seen in Star Wars. There are many more but I thought let’s stick with … Continue reading Mothers and Star Wars
Our Mystery Box series is a range of posts which are inspired by J.J. Abrams’ concept of ‘the Mystery Box’ which contains all the magic and the unknown of film making. But because we’re nosy we love digging a little bit … Continue reading Mystery Box #4: the Opening Line
When I left the cinema on that May evening in 1983 after seeing Return of the Jedi for the 3rd time it somehow seemed clear: the Era of Star Wars was over. A tragic melancholy filled my mood as I didn’t want it to happen. When I entered the cinema on that May evening in 1999 to see The Phantom Menace I was happy I had said my ‘goodbyes’ 16 years earlier … even when it had just been a ‘Goodbye Original Trilogy’ in the end.
Today we’ve got a really interesting guestpost for you guys in which Andy Schroeder, an independent director who has a film coming out on VOD soon, gives an alternative view of The Force Awakens, mapping its plot onto the Star Wars fandom … Continue reading Guestpost: ‘”The Force Awakens” isn’t a Saga movie, it’s a Message’ by Andy Schroeder