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Andor began with a literal cliffhanger this week, with our fugitives hanging off of a rock, following that thrilling escape from prison last week. And for a couple of characters who were wrongfully imprisoned, stealing a ship right after getting out of jail seemed relatively counterintuitive. Well, they got captured
This blog accuses “Andor” of being the beautiful bore almost every week. And I still stand by that. In 9 hours, we’ve had only a couple of sequences that can hold an audience’s attention, in a specifically designed “Star Wars” experience meant to be something different. But when Andor does
And we’re back this week with another episode of “Andor”, and lets not waste anytime. We began with Meero interrogating Bix to try and find our title character, and discover his part in the conspiracy to rebel against the Empire. Denise Gough may be the biggest menace on this show.
The slog continues. At least here at episode 8 of “Andor” where Cassian has just been apprehended on a resort planet, and sentenced to years for a crime that made no sense. He kicked off the episode getting transported to another planet. Then we had Karn getting interrogated by Meero,
The real ones know that Star Wars animation is nothing to stare down your nose at. If we’re being completely real, you could make the argument that much of the animation put forth in recent years has been better than the live action stuff (except for you Mandalorian). And so
We’re halfway through the first season of Andor, fresh off of what was a payoff for patience, with the Aldhani heist that delivered an exciting action sequence and a gorgeous space chase. They returned to it’s snail paced roots this week. The Empire got us started by announcing that they