The Mandalorian Season 1 Recap Reviews of Every Episode

The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda returns this week for a new season of misadventures. Love it? Hate it? Let’s talk about it some more.

I’ll be hosting another after show on the series after new episodes air (more difficult for recording purposes but whatever) but to catch up on my thoughts, here is a review and discussion on every episode of The Mandalorian Season 1

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The Mandalorian Episode 1 Review #CantinaHangouts

Star Wars! Who doesn’t love the Star Wars? I love the Star Wars. As much as I’d enjoy Star Peace, I continue having fun with retrospective podcast series that cover the vast breadth of Star Wars entertainment. I think The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi both stand tall alongside the best of the series. I loved Rogue One. I didn’t hate Solo. Sadly, the Star Wars lovefest must come to an end. The Mandalorian isn’t a lost cause after the first episode but I won’t be holding my breath much longer either. But who knows? This weekly show will be covering all Mando-lore (heh) and host many guests, reviews and discussions on the series. It would be great if I did a total 180 on this. Check out the podcast episode links below to see where I’m coming from.

 

DUEL: Spielberg’s Man and the Elements

Duel is a film directed to near perfection, its technical efficiency meant to highlight on the “experience” rather than have its logistical details parsed out. It’s something elemental, like the villainous vehicle crawled out of the dirt of the seemingly endless California desert that has served as a tomb for so many other drivers. The telephone lines might as well be crosses in a graveyard. What can man do against such rudimentary construct of primal rage? It’s Spielberg’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre. His Earth-Jaws. With so many attempts at bringing in a “proper” third Terminator film, we may as well reconvene and name Duel the secret prequel in the tale of man vs. machine.Continue reading “DUEL: Spielberg’s Man and the Elements”