The finale of The Mandalorian had what I’ve been waiting for all season–background on Mando, even with the long awaited reveal of his actual name, and the removal of his helmet as well. Jam-packed with action, a bit of intrigue, and surprises, “Redemption” is an episode that nicely wraps the
Wow! Just…wow! My fears about The Mandalorian being too episodic and not having enough overarching story are now proven to be completely unfounded. I’ve never been happier to be wrong in my life. Deborah Chow who previously directed the third episode of this season, “The Sin,” has outdone herself, directing
On the whole, I’ve had a blast with The Mandalorian so far. I’ve appreciated the subtle nuances that pay homage to the original trilogy, and other little details within and outside of Star Wars canon. “The Gunslinger” does that very well, taking us back to where this whole adventure began–Tatooine.
This. THIS! This is the episode I’ve been waiting for since The Mandalorian premiered. Chapter Three: “The Sin” has it all–beautiful cinematography, great battles, a Tolkienian Eucatatrosphe, and our hero confirming that he does indeed have a conscience. “The Sin”, while still not revealing anything about the origins or abilities
The Mandalorian is sticking to its guns (or blasters, rather) with the latest installment in the saga, “The Child.” In my review of “Chapter One,” I pointed out that Star Wars has a history of blending elements from different genres. “The Child,” continues with this approach. Most notably, we have