Monday, June 18, 2018

Shock! There is an Actual Star Wars Fan That Liked the Last Jedi!

Okay, still catching my breath from the shock and horror of discovering such a thing can possibly exist but her credentials check out.  She is actually a Star Wars fan and she actually likes The Last Jedi.

Right, I knew that this was theoretically possible. So after a few deep breaths I am going to post her critique of the top ten criticisms of Star Wars The Last Jedi.

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So as you can see if you are strange emo girl that remind's Cataline of his sister, then the Last Jedi might indeed be for you.

And before you yell, "shill!" At Jenny.  Here is her review of Soylo.




5 comments:

cavalier973 said...

I learned about this reviewer from Matthew Colville, who did his own review about TLJ. His review was much less sanguine.

Mr. Bee said...

She's a girl so her opinion is meaningless.


Just kidding. Actually, I've watched several of her reviews before and she's one of the better internet reviewers, IMO. I was impressed with some of her other reviews in terms of depth of analysis. This one, not so much, but then people like different things. I'm also guessing that the Kylo-Rei thing is chick bait which is why I think it will figure largely in "chapter 11".

Mr. Bee said...

ADD and somewhat off topic - this:
https://www.cartoonbrew.com/business/breaking-jennifer-lee-pete-docter-will-succeed-john-lasseter-as-creative-heads-of-disney-and-pixar-160644.html

Looks like Disney has hired a divorced woman with two daughters to run the Disney side of the animation department. She apparently wrote and directed "Frozen" which was wildly popular with gays and women while featuring bad male characters. See:
http://thefederalist.com/2017/01/05/disney-hate-boys-much-male-characters-losers/

Kathleen Kennedy redo or another Iger virtue signal prior to running for POTUS?

cavalier973 said...

Ironic, in a way, that the best "boy role models" are over at DreamWorks ("How to Train Your Dragon"). Hiccup isn't the strongest, or necessarily the smartest, but he is inquisitive and has a certain kind of courage.

Pavlosky Ufanov said...

Jenny has always been sharp and witty in her reviews, however she's been pretty tame since she associated with Screen Junkies, looks like Disney gave Screen Junkies green light to criticise Solo (or that Disney is not paying them not to), and that would explain Jenny going back to being sharp and witty in her Solo review.