How do we define good and evil when they seem so similar in their behavior?Read more "Clothes Don’t Make the Man, Tactics Do: A Look at The Morality of Star Wars"
Rogue One is a great story. It i entertaining, for sure, but on a deeper level it teaches us much about faith and believing in something bigger than ourselves.Read more "Rogue One: A Force Faith Story"
Was Lyra Ersa a better example of what the Jedi should have been than the Jedi themselves?Read more "Lyra Erso: Proto-Jedi?"
This past weekend I rewatched the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast. I had not watched it since I was probably six years old, and watching it got me so excited for the release of the live action film in March. What really blew my mind, however, is that Beauty and the Beast is a […]Read more "George Lucas is a Storytelling Beast!"
This character trip will not see these two separated because I think their magic lies in being a duo after all; they are introduced as a duo, stay as a duo and ultimately die as a duo, so what more fitting way to talk about them than as a package. Baze and Chirrut are introduced […]Read more "Rogue One Character Trips: Baze and Chirrut"
Bodhi Rook is probably the most severely lacking of a character arc and I was left wondering what his actual purpose was. I mean, I suppose he delivered the message…and fathered the Rogue Squadron, the same one that Luke Skywalker will be a part of a film later. But Bodhi is a very short-lived and […]Read more "Rogue One Character Trips: Bodhi Rook"
The finale of Rogue One:A Star Wars Story is one of the highlights of the film. At the conclusion of an epic battle, Princess Leia is handed the technical plans to the Death Star and her ship narrowly escapes the onslaught of an enraged Darth Vader. After murdering his way to the ship’s door, Vader […]Read more "To Catch a Princess"