Rogue One comes off the heels of the highly successful Episode 7 that we were graced with last year. Though Episode 7 is a solid and enjoyable movie the protruding faults were noticeable. Parallels between The Force Awakens and A New Hope are staggering and often take away from the appeal of Episode 7. So where does Rogue One fit in with all the Star Wars movies? Succumbing to a fate similar to the prequels, hitting the highs of the original trilogy, or the nostalgia beats of Episode 7? Rogue One respects the Star Wars history while injecting new life into the series without relying on nostalgia or recall to other films. It’s an excellent addition to the Star Wars films and is certainly better than Episode 7. Continue reading Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review
[Part 1] Simon Pegg gave his opinion about Star Wars Prequel fans, “I don’t really have any respect for anyone who thinks those films are good. They’re not.” If you’re an original trilogy purist, like Pegg, then DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront is your game. I will admit that this version of Battlefront is the definitive experience for original trilogy fans, it’s like living in the universe, the sounds of a tie fighter and how it shoots, the iconic hum of the lightsaber, even the Sarlacc Pit, everything is here. However, Star Wars Battlefront would have so much more potential with the prequels in play, and at times it can suffer for it’s narrowed focus.