It was recently announced that David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (Also known as Dan Weiss) would be helming a new Star Wars trilogy. This trilogy would be completely independent, separate from the episodic storyline, from Rian Johnson’s upcoming trilogy, and (potentially) from the anthology series of Rogue One and Solo. The duo has served as showrunners for the… Continue reading The Complicated Pros and Cons List of David And Dan
A debate that’s gradually been unfolding over the past few years in the film-criticism section of YouTube is the value of CinemaSins. a YouTube channel best known for their “Everything Wrong With _____” videos in which they go frame by frame through movies, nitpicking everything from continuity errors to acting/directorial decisions and everything in between.… Continue reading In Defense of “Roll Credits” Moments
SPOILERS obviously I’ve been watching/reading a lot of reviews for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and I think that a lot of the backlash from this movie isn’t really justified. Some of it is, but most of what I’ve observed is that the cesspool that is the internet has provided foolish reasons as to why they… Continue reading Most Complaints about the Last Jedi are Dumb
Aaaaand we’re at the end of the year again. And what a year it’s been! Last year, after TIME magazine encountered some controversy with their Person of the Year selection, I decided to have my own pop culture/entertainment person of the year. Here we are again! I don’t usually do numbered-list-articles, but person of the year… Continue reading PCS Person of the Year 2017 Edition
Star Wars: The Last Jedi comes out at the end of the week and I am tremendously excited for it. I don’t have a complete post for this week, but I do have a couple of Last Jedi related posts to share. I wrote a post for Areo Magazine a few weeks ago titled “The Consumerism of Cute:… Continue reading The Last Jedi is Almost Here!
Who’s the primary creative force behind the original Star Wars franchise? That’s easy, right? It’s George Lucas. He directed the original film, he oversaw the next two films, came back to direct the prequel trilogy, and then rode into the sunset after selling his company. Naturally. Star Wars is full of visually iconic moments, and Lucas… Continue reading Ralph McQuarrie: The (Other) Man Behind Star Wars
The Cantina is one of the iconic locations in the original Star Wars. In the center of Mos Eisley, the “wretched hive of scum and villainy” there’s a seedy tavern where Obi-Wan and Luke meet Han and Chewbacca, Han fights off and over-eager bounty hunter, and we see the first of many limbs being chopped off in… Continue reading “Han Shot First” is important (not for the reasons you think)