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“Silverado” is fun. A throwback western made at a time (1985) when people weren’t making many westerns. Fun for audiences. While it’s true to the genre, everyone plays it with a wink and a nod, especially Non-cowboyish actors like John Cleese, Danny Glover, Jeff Goldblum and Kevin Kline. 54 more words

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Show 2: Let's continue

In the second show, Kathy and Wendy continue on themes surrounding the death of Han Solo in “THE FORCE AWAKENS”.

We talk about a wonderful piece for Time by Stephanie Zacharek, which you can… 156 more words

Han Solo

(Text) Is Star Wars: Episode VIII being rewritten?

After the original announcement on 12th March 2015 that Star Wars: Episode VIII (by Rian Johnson) would open 26th May 2017 (fourty years after the original  279 more words


Film Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

With a second viewing finally under my belt I am excited to announce that Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be my inaugural film review. I have done my best to keep my child-like fanfare to a minimum but OH MY GOD DID YOU SEE HOW AWESOME THE… 1,368 more words

Star Wars

Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Take Two

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a movie that demands a second viewing by most filmgoers – fanboys and casual observers alike. The reason for a repeat is rather simple. 906 more words


Did The Force Awakens Originally Reveal Rey's Heritage?

Daisy Ridley’s Rey is an incredibly effective and likable hero and one that has made a huge impact on audiences. She is universally loved by the friends and family with whom I’ve discussed the film but there’s been quite a bit of debate surrounding where she comes from and to whom she’s related. 638 more words

The Force Awakens

Instinct Vs. Ability in Rey's Use of the Force in Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

When I first reviewed Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, it had just opened for wide release. This was a magical time, just less than a month ago, when I couldn’t imagine what anyone could possibly have to complain about in J.J. 1,152 more words

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