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The Book of Boba Fett [SPOILERS]

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Mardroid:
I’ve seen criticism online, but I’m enjoying it. I think some aren’t so keen due to the slower pace and less episodic nature than The Mandalorian (and I think the two timelines per episode get on some people’s wick) but I think it works well. I love The Mandalorian, but I’m also glad this isn’t more of the same (although both lean into the Western genre somewhat)  with just a different bloke in similar armour.

The train heist scene in the latest episode was particularly good.


--- Quote from: JayzusB.Christ on 30 December, 2021, 09:51:50 PM --- I never thought to question why Tuskens don't die of thirst.

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I confess, I was unaware those little black balls were meant to be melons, although it did seem strange that the Tuskens would intentionally bury their water in such small receptacles. Even odder was that there was a jet of water shooting out of the ground in an earlier scene and kid still made Boba and the rodian dig up melons.

Radbacker:
Episode 2 always great, especially liked it when Morrison went Once we Were Warriors on the bikies in the bar (if you haven’t seen it or don’t know Once we were Warriors also known as What becomes of the Broken Hearted in some regions was Temura Morrisons break out roll, watch it if you haven’t he is a beast of a man in it who loves to booze and brawl and it’s a god damn tragic movie we’ll worth a couple of hours of your life).  Back to Book of Boba fett it fricken great I’d even say I’m enjoying it more that The Mandolorean.

CU Radbacker

Funt Solo:

--- Quote from: Radbacker on 10 January, 2022, 03:47:18 AM ---Once we were Warriors also known as What becomes of the Broken Hearted in some regions was Temura Morrisons break out roll, watch it if you haven’t he is a beast of a man in it who loves to booze and brawl and it’s a god damn tragic movie we’ll worth a couple of hours of your life).

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Oh yeah - Once Were Warriors is brutally affecting.


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Mini-Solo has never really hooked into Star Wars, but she sat down for The Book of Boba Fett - intrigued by Ming-Na Wenn's character Fennec Shand. For her, the flashback went on a little too long (I think because she wanted to get back to what Fennec was up to) - but I'm excited about the new generation getting into the Wars.

broodblik:
Interesting so far for me is that the SW TV Series so far has been great and proven that SW can work again but the movies (except Rogue One) was a sign it is time to sunset the franchise.

JayzusB.Christ:
Just watched episode 3.  A few nice surprises there - never expected to see Machete on Tatooine, never mind a mod gang on hover-Vespas.

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