Instead of dropping a pile of Star Wars spinoffs because of ‘Solo’s’ low box office, Lucasfilm should turn over the keys to their directors and let them take more risks.
The truth is, Han Solo isn’t much of a character on paper. He is completely replaceable within the Star Wars story.
Despite all of the mess and controversy, Ron Howard, Kathleen Kennedy, and the folks at Lucasfilm have made a fun and entertaining Star Wars film.
Mary Katharine Ham gets her feet wet with the Star Wars franchise on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour with Kristen Soltis Anderson.
My fandom is over not because I grew up, but because they tried to grow up Star Wars. The results are disappointing to some, but to those like me, they’re disillusioning.
Favreau is undoubtedly one of this generation’s most underappreciated talents.
‘Rebels’ is a playground where David Feloni experiments with Star Wars, weaving together its mystical elements to move the universe forward in exciting ways.
Composer John Williams turns 86 today, which by happy coincidence is the same day millions of viewers will be celebrating the themes he wrote for the Olympics.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ definitely looks like a Star Wars movie. They got that right for sure. The ships, the costumes, the settings, all of it screams a galaxy far, far away.
Washington Post’s Alexandra Petri joins Ben Domenech on Federalist Radio to discuss what loved and hated about the newest Star Wars movie.
Luke Skywalker could be the hero of the story, except for him there were no stakes. There is no risk, and without risk, there is no glory.
Deeper cultural problems led us to our current state of political crisis, and it’s just about everybody’s fault.
From a strict movie point of view, it’s a hot mess. Despite that, this movie moved me as few have done in recent memory.
‘The Last Jedi’ may be best summed up as a cinematic act of demolition. Disney has declared war on the past, on teachers, and on the idea of extraordinary heroes.
‘The Last Jedi’ is the Star Wars movie we wanted, the one we needed, and absolutely more than we deserved.
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is an egregiously bad movie: Poorly written, badly directed, lazily acted, and bombastically grating in both sound and image.
From the early reactions I saw online, I expected ‘The Last Jedi’ to be the best Star Wars movie since ‘Empire Strikes Back.’ That it is not.
The Last Jedi explores the nature and purpose of the force in the universe, but is distracted with drab and childish conflict between characters you don’t really care about.
Listen to this episode of Federalist Radio Hour for a spoiler free preview of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” and what Disney has in store for the franchise.
The CFPB’s Harry-Potter-styled rebellion of mid-level bureaucrats seems a lot less like Dumbledore’s Army and a lot more like Dolores Umbridge.
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