OK, I’ll try to make this brief, although I won’t break my thoughts up into bullet points like I did for The Force Awakens last year. Oh, and as always, there won’t be any major spoilers.
First of all, in case you are not aware, Rogue One tells the story of how the Rebel Alliance managed to get their hands on the plans of the evil Galactic Empire’s super weapon, the Death Star, plans which they eventually put to very good use in Star Wars: A New Hope.
Last week I went to see Your Name, an animated film by the Japanese director Makoto Shinkai, in the cinemas. If you haven’t heard about Your Name, I suggest you take a look at the trailer below.
Yesterday I finished reading the new Ahsoka novel, titled Star Wars: Ahsoka, by Ms E. K. Johnston, so today I thought I write an entry about my impressions on it. As always, keep in mind that I am writing from the viewpoint of an adult. Also, I won’t be writing anything overly “spoilery”, but if you are someone who hates any kind of revelations, I suggest you don’t read this article until after you’ve read the book.
Now then, I’ll get straight into it. Continue reading
First of all, I’ve never actually played a Final Fantasy game in my life, but I have been interested in the FF series ever since a friend of mine started playing the much revered Final Fantasy VII, many, many years ago. I’m also a fan of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, from 2001. So a couple of weeks ago when I heard about a special screening of the Final Fantasy XV film tie-in, called Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, I was curious to see what it was like.