Me miss you, Carrie Fisher

​Today, on December 27, 2016, Carrie Fisher died. Millions of fans mourned over the loss of the Princess Leia. Well, I didn’t, but the news hit me like crazy. I began to worry; who’s next? Mark Hamill? Harrison Ford? And I was very sad.

We will continue to be sad every year, as December 27 comes by.

MTFBWY, Carrie Fisher.

BTW: I watched Rogue One in Theaters the same day Carrie Fisher died. Intergalactic Coincidence.


The last Jedi (2017)

Caution!!! Spoilers! You have been Warned.

Things are not going to go the way you think. Literally.

This statement is not just a quote from Luke Skywalker. It’s also talking about the movie itself.

For about a year, fans have been theorizing over this movie. Who is Rey’s parents, who is Snoke really? But now this movie is out, almost none of the theories matter*. That made me disappointed a little bit when I watched this movie, but the quote up above helped me understand the brilliant plan the directors. They would only show particular scenes from the movie, and fans would theorize over the movie, using only the scenes they put in the trailers. Everybody, including myself, we were just spending so much time theorizing, we didn’t think that our theories might not matter.

Now, I respect all Star Wars theories, I’m just saying we never thought that our theories might not even be in the movie.

Brilliant, directors.

But here’s the review now. Have fun reading, and MTFBWY.

I had the special opportunity to watch the last Jedi on Dec. 14. Did you?

I loved the new character Rose. She was smart, and when she has her mind on something, she is determined to get the job done. This is shown when she can’t get the button to launch all of bombs on the Dreadnought. She doesn’t give up and get get die. She keeps kicking, and kicking until the button eventually falls, and she pushed the button, and helps the Resistance blow up the Dreadnought.

It was also great to see Luke Skywalker in the flesh. When we see him, and he just throws his lightsaber from the Empire strikes back, nobody could have seen that coming. He also makes some funny quotes. Here’s my favorite quote from him in the movie:

Luke: Nobody’s from nowhere.

Rey: Jakku.

Luke: Okay that’s pretty much nowhere.

But the most shocking thing we saw in the movie is FORCE GHOST YODA! I was kind of disappointed that we didn’t see force ghost Obi-wan; but then I remembered that he [force ghost Obi-wan] got to be in two movies now! Give Yoda a turn now! I didn’t suspect that he would destroy those sacred Jedi texts. But then again, they weren’t really page turners.

The last Jedi joke.

And when Luke Skywalker died, I was actually satisfied with Luke’s death. He became one with the force, and there was a sign of peace in his face.

Also, Supreme Leader Snoke. While the CGI used to make Snoke was bad, his presence and the evil floating over him made Snoke a little bit better. This is a bad guy who just enjoys being evil for the sake of being evil. He says a bunch of quotes that prove that he loves being a bad guy. His death was also very shocking!

Oh, and did I mention Leia used the force in this movie?

What I didn’t like was the CGI. I didn’t like the CGI, and a lot of the scenes seemed crammed. Also, I was hoping that Captain Phasma would get more screen time. But I loved this quote when Phasma and Finn are talking to each other:

Phasma: Scum.

Finn: Rebel Scum.

This movie would be a B+, but there was a lot of funny stuff in this movie.

I give this movie an: A.

Thanks for Reading, and may the force be with you.

Star Wars

I have been a Lifelong Star Wars fan since Kindergarten, when I first saw a Darth Vader toy at a relatives house. The Red sword raised up in the air, the cape flying high in the air, Darth Vader is the reason why I love Star Wars. I wanted to know where he’s from. Then the next day, I saw a box, with Darth Vader on it. On the back it was a picture of a guy holding up a shining sword, with the girl next to him with a gun, and two droids in the background. Then we watched the first movie, A new hope. 

The blue words appearing and then startling music, followed with yellow words scrolling up, was something I never saw in a movie before. Then the Ship chase, the fight with the white soldiers and the men with the big helmets followed. And then he came; Darth Vader. His appearance felt evil and mysterious, but I blame the music and the fact that the door was still smoking, so he was literally emerging from Smoke. So I don’t turn this whole post into a movie review, I’m going to continue. Then we watched the empire strikes back, the return of the Jedi, and then we watched the prequels. 

And I remember another time, when we were at the same relatives house, and we were all in the Living room, and then my Uncle opening the door, coming in, and telling us he found these movies, about the Ewoks. I remember a time when I was watching the return of the Jedi, and was thinking, “oh man, how cool would it be if I had an Ewok teddy bear?” I didn’t get one, though, but the Ewok movies were awesome.

And another time I remember is when I went on a mom and me time, where we went to Toys R us, and then Olive Garden, because I am also a Lifelong Pasta fan. At Toys R us, I got a Geoffrey the giraffe in an uncle Sam costume, the book Darth Vader and Son, and something truly amazing; The Star wars character encyclopedia! I loved that book! I remember looking at a page about one of the Naboo sea monster things in the Phantom menace. And fun fact, when we got home, I immediately went to watch the Phantom menace so I could find characters, and read about them. It failed, but I had fun.

Then years later, we were at the theater, when we saw what every Star Wars fan wants to see.

We saw a trailer for a new Star wars movie.

Boy, was I excited! And it was awesome. There was Kylo Ren, the first Order, FN-2187 (Finn) Han Solo, The Starkiller, the Rathars, it was a great movie! But it’s not the best star wars movie, because Han Solo died.

Then a year later we watched Rogue one, which is now one of my top 5 favorite Star wars films ever!

And now here I am. I now own two star wars blogs, and plan to blog a little bit about Star Wars here. I also own tons of Star wars toys. Are you a Star wars fan? Please tell me in the comments down below, and may the Force be with you.

Star wars?

I have a new blog, and it’s called The Imperial Wookie, and I was thinking, I know a lot about Star Wars, should I blog a little bit about Star wars too?

I know lots of people like Star wars, but so far, two posts have no likes on them. Maybe my readers don’t know about them, and maybe I need to make a new post. This post.

So yeah, I’m going to make  couple of Star wars posts now and then, and see how it goes.