It’s the 40th anniversary of the release of “Return of the Jedi”, so what better time to throw a lovefest for AJ’s favorite Star Wars film? This is the first SW movie we saw in the theater together, so we have a big emotional connection to the fantastic conclusion to the OT – so strap in, grab some beat up stormtrooper helmets to bang on, and join us as we discuss Blue Harvest!
We have a few theories about how close we are – or aren’t – to seeing Solo 2 become a reality. Since the Force can be used to see the future, are we onto something?… or are we (as usual) just three idiots guessing? We all know the answer to that one, but play along with us!
We love Solo and have been waiting to let some time pass to see how it’s aged with the fanbase… we discuss one of our favorite Star Wars films and discuss just how different things are with eighteen months’ worth of hindsight!
Somehow, in over 4 years of podcasting, we’ve never rattled off our own personal rankings of the live-action Star Wars movies. We fix that! It takes a while, though. This is the back half of the conversation.
Somehow, in over 4 years of podcasting, we’ve never rattled off our own personal rankings of the live-action Star Wars movies. We fix that! It takes a while, though. You only get half in this episode.
Cassian Andor is returning to the fold in a new series on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service! The early Rebellion era seems rife with storytelling possibilities! What other characters and stories might see a rebirth once this series hits screens? We speculate!
Video games, books, movies, comics, TV, VR… everything released by Disney since acquiring the Star Wars franchise counts as canon! Do we really want comic books standing on equal footing with the movies, though? We discuss!
Two Star Wars Stories, two very different results. What made “Rogue One” such a success, while “Solo: A Star Wars Story” floundered at the box office? And what do these two movies tell us about the future of Star Wars films beyond the Skywalker saga? Let’s dig in and find out!
Four movies in, Disney’s Star Wars is in a very different place than where George Lucas left it. Some like the new direction, many others don’t. With Episode IX wrapping up the Skywalker saga, is it time for George Lucas to return and save the franchise?
One thing we learned from last week’s “Solo” conversation is that there’s a lot of unfinished business with this movie! We pick up where we left off and wonder the obvious question: where does the story go from here??