Here’s a video essay that came out right after I made the post, but it’s interesting and important enough that I want people to see it: Pop Culture Detective takes a look at how The Last Jedi subverted expectations in regard to male heroes and female characters in power (and also why there is a lot of hate towards the…
I am a huge Star Wars fan, collecting the toys for 26+ years, going to two iterations of “Star Wars Celebration,” and now writing about it in my free time. But through this time, I have also come to terms with flaws that have always been in the original films. To my delight, The Last Jedi (TLJ) pointed to a future…
While I thoroughly enjoyed The Last Jedi (enough to see it twice), there are things that went un-addressed in the film that I want to shed some light on. Things that bugged the hell out of me. Spoilers below.
The current crew of the International Space Station got to watch The Last Jedi without the distraction of crying kids or floors sticky with spilled soda. Just another reason to become an astronaut if you needed one.
The Advanced Muggle Studies professors, like everyone, went to see Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. Like everyone, they had thoughts about their magical space wizard counterparts. So logically they had a lengthy discussion and posted it on the Internet as part of a fledgling Star Wars podcast, Droid, Please!
I didn’t plan on seeing The Last Jedi again yesterday but I did. I was at the mall with my friend Tim and he wanted to see it. I didn’t have a flu this time, though I was still a little congested—in any case I enjoyed it more this time though most of my opinions from my first review remain the same.
Oh boy. Hold onto your butts, because this one’s a doozy.