I like Star Wars a lot, but there are so many elements of The Force Awakens that just don't work for me. I hope you've got your oven mits on because I am about to Roast SW: TFA
This is an uncritical listing of my favorite elements of The Last Jedi. Upon a single viewing, I have nothing bad to say about the movie. I will see it a second time shortly after publishing this and may discuss any issues that pop up in a separate article.
Kylo Ren is suffering from a crisis of identity. Is he Ben Solo, Kylo Ren or someone else? Over the course of The Last Jedi moves closer to an answer to this question.
I am no genius or Savant, so I am surprised that so many well-versed Star Wars fans struggled to form their opinions of The Last Jedi after their initial viewing.
How moral or ethical are the illegal actions taken by superheroes? Does morality trump justice? Is justice defined by more than codified law?
The host of Diversity & Comics has really inspired me to go back to my roots and emulate the awesome days of Marvel Comics. I didn't want to make comics, I've been "trying" to publish a novel for almost a decade, but the appeal of making fun and exciting comics is so strong.
Thank you Stever Harvey and Jerry Seinfeld for telling me to stop being a pretentious, self important writer whose words can and save this world if only people would receive them.
A conversation on Thaddeus Russel's Unregistered podcast got me thinking about the freedom to walk a different from those around you.