Say what you want about the Star Wars prequels – but it’s common knowledge that Revenge of the Sith is the best of the three films.
Or is it?
Virtual Cantina legend Spencer Jawitz claims that Attack of the Clones is the best of the trilogy – and JT vehemently disagrees! On this episode, JT and Spencer go head to head to attempt to solve this debate once and for all!
We visited the Queen City – Cincinnati – over the holiday break to watch The Last Jedi on the big screen as the Cincinnati orchestra played the score live! We have always been fans of this film, but seeing it again in such a grandiose environment really got us in the mood to dig into it some more!
Welcome back to Part Two of our fan feedback extravaganza, Nerfherders! Picking right up where we left off (literally), we respond to one of our favorite trolls. Buckle up and get ready to find out all the things you *missed* in “The Force Awakens” and “The Last Jedi”, stupid.
Hello there, Herders! We’ve gotten some choice comments and feedback recently, so we decided to turn over the spotlight and put them on the air. You’ve got plenty to say! So much so, in fact, that we had to break this conversation into 2 episodes. This is *your* show. Enjoy!
Hello again, Star Wars faithful! The Council decided to take a break from movie talk this time, choosing instead to focus on Star Wars books! “Star Wars: Thrawn” leads off our discussion, and then we tangent into character arcs throughout the saga. How much can a character change throughout the story before it goes from interesting to inconsistent?? As always, we have the answer.