It’s Seven Days Away from ‘The Rise of Skywalker’!

With one week left until the event of the year, The Rise of Skywalker, it’s time to look at the posters for the anthology films in the franchise, Solo: A Star Wars Story and Rogue One. Enjoy!

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Solo is the lowest-grossing Star Wars film of all time and it’s understandable why that’s the case. The marketing for the movie did nothing to entice fans and it all begins with the posters. I’ve found several interesting posters for the movie but compared to the posters for the other Star Wars films, these pale in comparison. Continue reading It’s Seven Days Away from ‘The Rise of Skywalker’!

Throwback Friday: 2021 Is Going To Be an Amazing Year for Movies

2019 has been a fun year for movies but what’s been even greater have been all of the movie announcements for films coming in the next few years, mainly in the Disney department. Next year things are going to slightly slow down and give us a breather from the onslaught of blockbusters but 2021 is going to be absolutely incredible! Let me show you all of the outstanding things to look forward to in 2021.

Five Outstanding Disney+ Series

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In Spring of 2021, we’ll get to see what happened to Loki after he used the Tesseract to escape capture when The Avengers went back in time. With this character finding redemption in Avengers: Infinity War the love for the God of Mischief has only grown and I can’t wait to see what mischief Loki can find himself in. Continue reading Throwback Friday: 2021 Is Going To Be an Amazing Year for Movies

The Ruthless Mandalorian Strikes Back

The past few episodes of The Mandalorian have somewhat reduced The Mandalorian’s ruthlessness, choosing to focus on his tamer side more than anything. This narrative, however, is eradicated in this sixth episode as we get to see The Mandalorian at his most ruthless yet.

Titled The Prisoner, The Mandalorian is highlighted as the incredible warrior that he is at an abundant rate, leaving one thrilled and slack-jawed by the episode’s conclusion. I found myself, once again, becoming even more appreciative of The Mandalorians as we get to see them at their best with this title hero.

This episode also sheds a light on the crookedness and cruelty of the criminal underworld. Backstabbing seems to be a side profession of the bounty hunter type. The last episode displayed as much and this episode only built upon that fact.

If the last couple of episodes have had you drooling for more action then do not fear, the sixth episode of The Mandalorian (which is the longest episode yet at forty-four minutes) is chock full of action and suspense.

Rick Famuyiwa did a phenomenal job directing the second episode and once again he showed his directing chops for this episode. I hope Lucasfilm brings him back to direct more episodes for any Star Wars Disney+ series in the near future. He did an outstanding job.

I’m giving this episode 4.5 out of 5 stars and a solid 95 out of 100. There have been episodes I have enjoyed more in the series so far but that doesn’t take away from the joy this episode gave me. The Mandalorian is a phenomenal series.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a lovely day. May the Force be with you.

Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Eighteen

C-3PO was always on top of things. It was his job to do so. Since his creation all those years ago on the arid world of Tatooine, C-3PO was designed to help others. And now, he felt his help would matter more than ever.

Waiting for the right moment along with him aboard the ship that he had been stationed on for nearly two decades, the Tantative IV, was loyal rebel Chewbacca, faithful piloting companion, BB-8, and his best friend in the galaxy, R2-D2. Ben Solo had gathered them in a room before his departure and told them that, if anything happened to Ora, to take the Tantative IV and help her. Continue reading Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Eighteen