Despite its flaws, the franchise’s first live-action TV series continues to capture the ineffable spirit of the original trilogy.
For all their terrible screenwriting and wooden acting, the Lucas prequels were at least trying to extend the original trilogy.
In the next issue, hopefully, I will report on the good movies that came out during the Christmas-season rush. First, though, we need to talk about the big, bad ones.
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The new Star Wars movie is enjoyable enough, but it’s a reminder that Hollywood is fresh out of creativity.
Opening the speech-laws door would mean that our rights would depend on the subjective definitions of whoever happened to be in power at any given time.
Director J. J. Abrams shows no interest in cinema’s sacred essence or the supernal quality of image and movement.
Justin Trudeau wins again, Virginia Democrats appear set to win again; some Democrats wonder about 2020 options; and the final trailer for Star Wars.