In the final article of our look back at The Last Jedi we discuss how our views changed (or didn’t change) and how we see the movie and franchise now.Continue reading The Last Jedi Retrospective – One Year Later
Interview conducted by Needs_More_Sprinkles
I sat down earlier this week with Ken Liu, author of the book The Legends of Luke Skywalker, to talk about all manner of exciting Star Wars stuff. Full interview below the cut.
I’m in a bit of a better place mentally than yesterday after talking to some others and getting a bit of a perspective. So, I won’t be quitting, but I also can’t pretend the fandom landscape hasn’t been changed. A few other thoughts after the jump.
The last couple of days have been trying to say the least and have left me conflicted.
A personal retrospective on my feelings regarding The Last Jedi and my participation in the fandom over the last two years. No spoilers have been included.
We’re only a week away from the release of The Last Jedi, one of the most anticipated films in history and with the excitement come fake leaks. The premiere is tomorrow and there’s likely to be a lot more people claiming to have seen the movie that haven’t. Nevertheless, fake leaks tend to have telltale signs: