The final episode in season one of Star Wars’ “The Mandalorian” features an Imperial Flame Trooper, Baby Yoda on a speeder bike, and a shootout to end all shootouts.
The storyline of hunting space Nazis with iron-cored authoritarianism was cool in the 1970s. It feels anachronistic in 2019, as you come out of the theater to see J. K. Rowling being cancelled.
As a lifelong Star Wars fan, I loved ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ because it reminded me of all the reasons I adore the franchise.
The final installment of Disney’s Star Wars saga lacks the energy, hope, and joy of the original films. Full of ups and downs like a roller coaster, but all built on a boring story.
This week’s penultimate episode of “The Mandalorian” finds Mando and Baby Yoda reunited with their few allies, taking on new beasts and old enemies alike.
‘The Mandalorian’ is back for another adventurous episode, ‘The Prisoner,’ packed with more guest stars than you can shake a Twi’lek’s lekku at.
In this week’s episode of “The Mandalorian,” Mando and Baby Yoda encounter a mysterious, but possibly familiar character.
Disney’s additions to the ‘Star Wars’ universe, such as ‘The Mandalorian,’ are welcome returns to the religious underpinnings of the originals.
Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s Star Wars masterpiece, “The Mandalorian” on Disney+ delievers the show fans want. Here’s what happend on the latest episode.
On the strength of Star Wars, Marvel, and nearly a century’s worth of animated nostalgia, Disney Plus pulled in 10 million subscribers on day one — despite its tech problems.
The first episode of ‘The Mandalorian’ is full of Easter eggs and callbacks to the rich history of Star Wars, and with Dave Filoni as the director, you can bet some of them are deep, deep cuts in the lore of that galaxy far, far away.
With the launch of Disney Plus, Star Wars fans are getting their first taste of live-action Star Wars since that troubled ‘Solo’ origin flick.
You may not be a space murderer, but if Kylo Ren isn’t redeemable in ‘The Rise of Skywalker,’ the implied message would be that you aren’t either.
‘Raising Dion’ thrives on character development, not cliffhangers — and its heartwarming mom-kid team will give you something to root for the whole show.
Maybe “The Rise of Skywalker” will bind all the tedious storylines of the first two Star Wars sequels into a cohesive and rewarding coda. But probably not.
If it were only ‘Star Wars’ being destroyed, we might pass over it as a mere unfortunate mistake, but hardly a major fictional franchise or character remains that has not suffered, from Marvel Comics to James Bond.
The opening of Star Wars Land perpetuates of Disney’s trend: focusing almost exclusively on sequels, remakes, and marketing. Can the company continue to provide quality and innovative entertainment at affordable prices?
Let’s take a moment to appreciate Herzog by digging into the archives for a tour of his very peak performances.
Four major streaming services will launch over the next year, including Apple TV Plus, HBO Max, and an unnamed NBC-Universal service. Disney Plus is first up in November.
Lando Calrissian and Emperor Palpatine are coming back. Plus, TIE fighter battles and the wreckage of the Death Star. Let the speculation begin!
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