With the release of the teaser trailer for the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, I wanted to talk about why Obi-Wan’s story was Star Wars at its best.
Category Archives: Film Analysis
Christopher Nolan: A Talented Yet Self-Indulgent Filmmaker
Christopher Nolan is arguably the 21st century’s most renowned filmmaker, and while there’s no doubt he’s a gifted visionary, he’s also been making self-indulgent, lackluster films over the past decade.
“El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie” – Good… But Pointless
“Breaking Bad” is arguably the best television series ever made, and while “El Camino” was certainly good, it was completely unnecessary. Here’s my analysis of the film.
“WandaVision” vs. “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” – What’s the Better Marvel Series?
The new Marvel series “Loki” is coming to Disney+, so I wanted to give my thoughts on the MCU’s two previous series: “WandaVision” and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.”
How Disney’s Sequel Trilogy Ruined Star Wars: An In-Depth Analysis
In my opinion, the true downfall of Star Wars occurred when Disney acquired Lucasfilm from George Lucas. In this analysis, I explain the damage Disney has done with the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
*Note: This article may be easier to understand for people who have seen most of the Star Wars movies, because there are spoilers and specific details from episodes 1-9 in this post.
“The Dark Knight” Is NOT A Batman Movie
I know this is an extremely unpopular opinion. Many people feel that this is the best comic book movie of all time, but I don’t see it that way. This is an “A” film with a brilliant Joker, but as a BATMAN movie, it’s a failure. Batman is my favorite comic book character, and to see him be so misrepresented in this movie is insulting to me, and I don’t understand why other fans don’t see how Christopher Nolan doesn’t understand the Batman character.