Had tickets to see this in the theater but remembered it was bad so I got my ticket refunded, bought Popeye's and watched it on blu-ray instead.
Thoughts on Episode I: "Master & Apprentice"
This would be nigh incomprehensible to those who haven't seen a significant amount of Star Wars Rebels. Even having seen that series, I found this cumbersome and too reliant on past stories, while also casually dropping things that do not make sense into the characters' backstories. Sabine's a great fighter and remarkably smart, but has never shown any aptitude in connecting to the Force. Also feels weird that Ahsoka acts like Hera knows little…
Movies like this always sometimes feel like the audience is being let in on moments too private for others to view, and while that is true here it isn't the scenes of Augusto Góngora Alzheimer's episodes that feel like we shouldn't be trespassing on but the better moments, in which he speaks passionately about life or flirts with his wife and the camera focuses on the pure adoration and love on Paulina Urrutia's face. The look she gives him feels…