There is so much that I am feeling right now I honestly don’t know how to process it.
In real life, Carrie Fisher wasn’t a princess, and she wasn’t a General. Nevertheless, she ruled the hearts of many and she fought the good fight on and off screen. Let us honor her memory by fighting that fight. Stand up for one another, confront your demons and share your troubles. Be as strong as Carrie was.
In her book, Wishful Drinking, Fisher wrote: “I want it reported that I drowned in moonlight, strangled by my own bra.” Fisher lived a life of good spirits and humor, and touched so many be her work as a screenwriter, actress, and author.
She died today on December 27th at 8:55am PST following a cardiac arrest on December 23rd. Carrie was survived by her mother Debbie Reynolds and daughter Billie Lourd.
The Force will be with you, Always.
What’s up, Star Wars fans. We’re here to bring you the last weekly recap of 2016. It’s been one heck of a year. With Rogue One behind us and a lot of excitement on the horizon to come for Episode VIII. You can check out our reviews of Rogue One here and here. Now, let’s get to the news.
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Hello out there in the Star Wars universe. With Rogue One behind us, we’re still processing all the connections to the OT, PT, and beyond. For today, we’d like to take a look at some recent rumors regarding Episode VIII, and some creatures that may play a role in the film.
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I just saw Rogue One for my second time Friday night. It took me a little while to put everything down, but here’s my review. This review does contain spoilers, so consider yourself warned. OK, so the title of this article is a bit tongue-in-cheek because it’s the only Star Wars spin-off film, but it’s still pretty darn good. Now for the review.
more “Rogue One Review: the best Star Wars spin-off film ever?”
Last night was the US release of Rogue One and based on the reaction on twitter and fansites its the greatest Star Wars movie since Empire and everyone’s 2nd or third favorite. Many people talking about how its the Star Wars they always wanted. I couldn’t disagree more, Rogue One was ok but its not great for several reasons. The first part of my review is spoiler free but pay attention to the spoiler warning because after that I get real spoilerly.
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We don’t do too many reviews out here in Spoiled Blue Milk land, but we occaisonally come out of the woodworks to review a season finale or a movie. Saturday night’s episode of Star Wars Rebels was probably my favorite so far, and I think it might have implications for the saga as a whole, so I thought I would do a review.
more “Review of Star Wars Rebels: Visions and Voices”
ROGUE ONE!!! It releases this week and we will have our spoiler filled reviews posted on Friday. Until then lets look over the news that came out this week and it’s pretty much all Rogue One.
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There are a lot of new mysteries that have come as part of the new canon. For a review of some of the more interesting mysteries, check out this recent article from StarWarsPost. However, from the original Saga, perhaps the most intriguing is what Obi Wan Kenobi meant when he said to Vader “If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine”. Let’s take a look at what this could mean, and how it will play into the sequel trilogy.
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Hello everyone! We’re back to bring you another recap, and this time the floodgates are beginning to open up. We are in the home stretch, folks, with Rogue One less than two weeks way. The leaks may come so fast over the next couple of weeks that it will be hard to keep up. Let’s get into it, and as usual, beware if you don’t want anything to be spoiled.
more “Weekly Star Wars Recap #68: December 5th, 2016”
Morbid isn’t it? For months we have seen different statements across the internet relating to characters that live and die and how Disney wouldn’t allow X to die/happen. I believe its either wishful thinking or the Disney bias that people for some reason have so lets have some fun with it. This is our official pool of who dies and lives. We all know that they steal the plans for the Death Star, the unknown is how many of the characters will make it. Some of this is speculation some is known, so beware spoilers ahead. more “Rogue One: Deadpool”