Written by: Needs_More_Sprinkles, robotical712, Josey
In the first article we explore how the themes of the movie and franchise belie the idea Rey is just someone caught in the middle of the Skywalker family drama. Our belief is, in making Rey appear unrelated, the movie is actually thematically necessitating her inclusion in the family’s ranks.
Part of our analysis of The Last Jedi.
Continue reading The Definitive ‘The Last Jedi’ Case For Rey Skywalker – Themes
A Shadow Council tour de Force
Written by: robotical712, Josey, Needs_More_Sprinkles
The vast majority of the fandom feels The Last Jedi has unequivocally shut the door on Rey being the daughter of a legacy character, particularly Luke Skywalker. In this series, we’ll make the case that the movie does not close the door, but in fact makes the Rey Skywalker theory just as viable, and immeasurably more meaningful, satisfying and powerful.
Continue reading The Definitive Post-“The Last Jedi”Case For Rey Skywalker – Introduction
A collection of oddities and things I noticed or wonder about. Includes some stuff from the Visual Dictionary as well. Spoilers ahead.
Continue reading Random The Last Jedi Observations
And it turns out Adam was talking about the princess in the Hidden Fortress, not Rey:
Driver is on a roll now, discussing what excites him: character and narrative and cinematic influences. The original Star Wars was an homage to Akira Kurosawa’s 1958 film The Hidden Fortress, he says, and the link lives on in the new trilogy, in which concealed identities drive the narrative. Then he lets it slip.
“You have, also, the hidden identity of this princess who’s hiding who she really is so she can survive and Kylo Ren and her hiding behind these artifices,” Driver says, apparently dropping a massive revelation about Rey’s royal origins.
Credit to swnonsense.
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The interrogation scene is one of the defining scenes in TFA and many feel the scene is intimate and sets up a the possibility of a romantic relationship. At the same time, many use the perceived intamacy to rule out kinship between Kylo and Rey. However, the novelization gives a different picture of what is going on. Kylo isn’t being intimate, he’s puzzled by Rey and trying to figure out why she seems familiar.
Continue reading A Comparison of the Novelization and Film Interrogation Scenes
What does Snoke want?
Is it just a coincidence that the ship belonging to the brother in law of the galaxy’s last Jedi and a highly Force sensitive little girl just happened to end up on the same backwater world with the same guy?
Why did Ben Solo fall?
Why did Luke go looking for the First Jedi Temple?
Continue reading Sequel Trilogy Theory of Everything- Part 1: Background
These are some musings about the Phasma novel I had when it came out with regards to the First Order, Snoke and Kylo Ren.
Continue reading Some Implications of the Phasma Novel