Star Wars releases have always been received critically either by the press or by the fans or by both but perhaps never more so than since the rise of social media. Yet almost all critics of Star Wars get it wrong … here is why. And here is also how it sheds a new light on one of The Last Jedi‘s most iconic scenes.
Star Wars films and animation series use colour with deliberate story-telling purpose. Let’s explore a little how that works.
Good morning guys! To help you start your week Clone Corridor is here with another Weekly Round-Up of the most important news from the Star Wars world over the past week! Join us as we recap the past week’s events … Continue reading Weekly Round-Up
What an absolutely breathtaking Episode! ‘A World Between Worlds’ has been a spectacular gift from the storytellers of Star Wars Rebels! Yes, it wasn’t a typo, I said a ‘gift’, because despite a lot of backlash from the internet on … Continue reading Rebels Review: A World Between Worlds
We really hope you’ve had some time this week to spend with your family and reflect on the things that really matter the most. This week has been filled with joy: arrival of New Lunar Year, Valentines Day, numerous Star … Continue reading Weekly Round-Up
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
Time for another Scene It? post in which we analyse some of Star Wars‘ most iconic and breath-taking scenes in the hope to dig up even more awesomeness. Today I want to look at a set of scenes which absolutely blew my … Continue reading Scene It? The Battle of Heroes
As most of you will know by now, the title for Ep VIII, the second instalment in the Sequel Trilogy, was announced two days ago and it is ‘The Last Jedi’! Lucasfilm released the following statement: We have the greatest … Continue reading ‘The Last Jedi’, “Skywalker Saga” and Sith Red
We live in troubled times where facts are increasingly irrelevant in societal and political discourse while the stories we tell about ourselves become ever more powerful. In a world polarised between authoritarianism and the defence of diversity, democracy and reason … where do our cinematic fantasies stand? I present my view, you judge for yourselves. Continue reading “Super-Hero Fascism and the Rebel’s taste for Hope and Freedom”
As the filming of Episode VIII is still under way and we’re entering the long wait for more Rogue One news, there’s no major news but loads of fun tidbits: No one was accepting angry fanboys’ response to the Rogue One trailer … Continue reading Weekly Round-Up