Every week I like to trek down memory lane by reposting an old post I wrote a while back and this post here is about as ancient as it gets. I first posted it on January 2, 2017…nearly two years ago. It’s amazing to think of the journey that I have taken since then and all the different films I have watched (and enjoyed) since then.
So, on that note, I hope you enjoy this week’s segment of Throwback Friday. 🙂
SPOILER ALERT! I talked about everything I liked in the movie and so if you have never seen it before and you’d like to avoid spoilers I’d highly advise you to stop reading now. Thanks for heeding my warning.
(It’s a long read.)
The New Locations
I love that this movie showed us six brand new worlds that we’ve never seen before in Star Wars. There was the planet where Galen and his family resided, Lah’Mu. The Rings of Kafrene. The Imperial labor camp, Wobani. Jedha, home to the last Jedi temple. Eadu. And Scarif. Even though it was brief my favorite new location was the trading outpost at the Rings of Kafrene. The concept of a small city placed in between two asteroids is amazing. I hope the next Star Wars has cool, original locations like Rogue One did.