If the “Star Wars” prequels have taught us anything, it’s that near-universally reviled trilogies will only be reconsidered and re-evaluated once there is a new trilogy to strike down with all of the hatred. With “The Rise Of Skywalker” closing out not only the sequel trilogy but also, apparently, the whole Skywalker Saga, that redemption ..
It was a curious feeling, as I sat in my seat willing the adverts and trailers to hurry up and finish, to realise that – despite the huge presence “Star Wars” has had in my life – this would only be the eighth time in my entire life that I would be reading a brand ..
*SPOILERS* There has been an awakening. Have you felt it? There is a stirring of fears, long thought extinct. Fears that “Star Wars” could once again fall to the dark side. Fears that may lead to anger. After you saw it, how did you feel? Darkness? Light? A balance? It’s so much bigger and so ..
Opening with an enigmatic introduction that plays out like Disney’s TOMB RAIDER, RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON introduces us to our latest animated icon: Raya, daughter of the Chief of the Heart Tribe, one of the five nations which exist in the once-unified land of Kamundra. 500 years previously, humans and dragons lived together in ..
As someone who has endured the original “Star Wars Holiday Special” (on a VHS bootleg no less), I won’t deny I was at least wary of embracing another celebration of Life Day, albeit an ironic Lego one. It says something about the state the franchise was left in by “The Rise Of Skywalker” that it ..