For some reason, I’ve just watched Rogue One for the first time. I’m not sure why I resisted watching it until now, but I’m kicking myself, because it’s absolutely amazing! I don’t even know where to begin, so I’ll just list a few (there’s so much!) of the things I loved about this film: It … Continue reading Monday Musings: Rogue One →
Here’s my latest focus on the Women of Star Wars. I chose these two secondary characters to look at together, since they’re both masked and a bit mysterious. Captain Phasma I realize there’s a Star Wars book on Phasma’s backstory (and a comic as well), and perhaps you’ve read it. I have not. And that’s … Continue reading Friday Focus: Phasma/Zorii-Masked Mysteries →
I will definitely be watching this! The Mandalorian hasn’t captured my interest as of yet, but this one absolutely has. What did Ben Kenobi do on Tattoine all those years watching over Luke? I think that will make a great story. What do you think of this idea? Comment below and we’ll talk about it!
So let’s talk about “Reylo”. Reylo, of course, refers to the perceived romantic relationship between Kylo/Ben and Rey. Many, many fans insist that the connection between these two characters translates into romantic love. On the other hand, many others insist that there’s no proof of that in the films, and their relationship must and should … Continue reading Monday Musings: Reylo-Yes or No? →
So I’ve just finished reading The Rise of Skywalker novelization by Rae Carson, and I have to say, it was a wonderful read. Not because it’s Great Literature (though she does a fine job with it), but because it adds so much to the story. Some fans feel that the movie is a rushed mess, … Continue reading TROS Novelization: A Good Read →
Here’s the second installment of my Women of Star Wars series. From the moment we meet Rey, scavenging on Jakku, we know that she’s young, strong, and capable. Her harsh environment has taught her how to handle herself and others; she very rarely needs rescuing (something that Finn, annoyingly, fails to understand). But at the … Continue reading Friday Focus: Rey-The Search for Identity →
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