Ahsoka treks closer towards the end of the season with its penultimate episode showing that Dave Filoni knows what he is doing. Last week saw Ezra Bridger’s (Eman Esfandi) long overdue reunion with Sabine Wren (Natasha Liu Bordizzo). This week more or less started where last week left off. But first, General Hera Syndulla (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) must answer on Coruscant for her use of New Republic resources. Hera and the Senate have not seen…"Ahsoka: Part 7 – Dreams and Madness"
Leave it to Dave Filoni to deliver one of the best Ahsoka episodes of the season as Part 5 offers a blast from the past in many ways. The fifth episode answered a lot of burning questions. First and foremost, were we getting Anakin Skywalker or Darth Vader (Hayden Christensen). The answer to this question is something that I will get to in a moment. It’s going to be pretty spoilery below the photo so…"Ahsoka: Part 5 – Shadow Warrior"
There were no real surprises in the season finale of The Mandalorian although the episode ran well shorter than preferred. Spoilers follow for Chapter 24 of The Mandalorian. There are no mid- or post-credit scenes. While the episode brought the action, there were at least a good ten minutes of credits (including all of the foreign language credits). I thought maybe we’d get a tease at the return of Grand Admiral Thrawn ahead of Ahsoka…"The Mandalorian: Chapter 24 – The Return"
In Chapter 21 of The Mandalorian, the episode offers a solid mixture of action and the future direction of the series going forward. Spoilers follow for the newest episode of The Mandalorian. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse‘s Peter Ramsey directs the newest episode and it’s a delight. I’ll have more in-depth thoughts below the photo below because I do get into spoiler talk. In any event, his directing work on The Mandalorian has me really looking…"The Mandalorian: Chapter 21 – The Pirate"
Reboots are all the rave so it was only a matter of time before The Kids in the Hall TV series got revived in the digital era. While eight episodes will launch on May 13, only five episodes were made available for review. Suffice it to say, many of the sketches led to a lot of laughter. If you’re a comedy fan, the revival will be pure enjoyment. When you look at the reboots over…"The Kids in the Hall Get Revived on Prime Video"