Best Star Wars Project in Years

Given its first three episodes, Diego Luna’s new Star Wars series promises to be the most impressive project to come out of the franchise in a long time.

by Michelle Martin | published

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Looking back at its first three episodes, Disney+’s new Star Wars series internal management and promises to be the best thing to come out of the franchise in years; Arguably since the 2016 film that inspired it. The first three episodes offer amazing performances set in a world steeped in the space saga created by George Lucas, while simultaneously managing to feel like nothing in the mythos we’ve ever seen before. I hope all the fans who are dying like screaming jawans Twitter On the presence of AK-47 in internal management and Trailers are hungry, because they’re going to eat, lots of their own words.

It’s no mistake that the new Star Wars series opens with Andor (Diego Luna) doing the same thing when we first meet him. evil one– Trying to stay secret looking for information, and a dark task in a hidden corner of the city. This scene brilliantly not only sets up the plot for the next few episodes, but it also contrasts surprisingly well. evil one To show us that Endor we are meeting is light years away from the boy who set out to manipulate Jin Erso in hopes of killing his father.

Between scenes from the present, we get a glimpse of Andor’s childhood, when he lives in Kenari, as part of a group of children who survive in the woods in the wake of a devastating mining accident (if you’ve seen it, It’s impossible. Reminds me of a post-apocalyptic tribe in 1985 Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome) while fans had legitimate issues with flashbacks like this in the Star Wars series Boba Fett. book of (My own is that I wanted the rest of the series to be as engaging as flashbacks), here Andor’s backstory gives us just what we need. A charming touch you might not even notice until after watching, even though baby Andor (Antonio Vina, pronounced “casa”) and all the other kids only speak a foreign language, the TV show provides no translation does; It is not needed, because everything they say is contained on the screen.

Most of the action takes place at Ferrix’s recent home of Endor, and that’s where we get to see two aspects of Star Wars we’ve rarely seen: the mundane of life under the Empire, and the ground-breaking scene of the raging rebellion. The disciplined bell-toller, who stands atop the same tower every morning, waking up the city to his scavenging work with his measured hammers, is one side of the coin. When corporate soldiers arrive to arrest Endor, select Ferric civilians begin banging carefully placed sticks around town, and this is the flip side; The side that would eventually lead to the destruction of the Death Star.

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You won’t see a single lightsaber, or hear mention of The Force at all, in these first three episodes. Not that the Jedi and Sith of Star Wars aren’t amusing, but internal management and It is the more decadent and human characters that are in the limelight. In fact, if there’s any setback in the series so far, it’s that it’s so completely familiar that I was almost a little surprised when the occasional diorama or alien appeared; As if I woke myself up and thought, “Oh well, this is Star Wars.”

The choice to use corporate soldiers as antagonists in these first episodes, rather than the more recognizable Star Wars Stormtroopers, is a perfect sign of a less epic and more relatable experience. internal management and, Instead of lines of gleaming, white likeness, we see everything going on in the minds of the bad guys who have stuck on Ferrix. We see their tension, their guilt, their fear and their complete confusion in the face of resistance.

After watching all three episodes, it’s not hard to imagine why the Star Wars series was renewed for a second season months ago, without a single episode. internal management and is flowing. Unless Diego Luna disappears for the next few weeks and Pedro Pascal inexplicably appears to take over the series with a motorized baby carriage and “Darksaber for Dummies” manual, I believe the rest. internal management andThe first season of Tatooine will rock like one of Tatooine’s hottest jizz bands.


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