Director: Deborah Chow Writers: Joby Harold, Hossein Amini, Stuart Beattie, Andrew Stanton, Hannah Friedman Solid: Ewan Gordon McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Rupert Good friend, Joel Edgerton, Bonnie Piesse Cinematographer: Chung-hoon Chung Editors: Nicolas De Toth, Kelley Dixon, Josh Earl Streaming on: DisneyPlus Hotstar
You could not have been a fan of the Star Wars prequels once they got here out. However now, a long time and a sub-par sequel trilogy have handed us by since Obi-Wan and Anakin gave us the best lightsaber duel ever whereas taking part in The Flooring is Lava. Time has led audiences to think about prequel sequence and the actors’ performances in a brand new gentle. There may be an elevated fondness, reverence and an acceptance for each. After watching Rise of The Skywalker, and The Mandalorian, it’s secure to say George Lucas and the Prequels crew do certainly have the upper floor.
And that’s a bonus Disney is hell-bent on exploiting and operating into the bottom, within the absence of any cohesive future for the Skywalker saga. Early-to-late millennials like me, who grew up on the prequels (and unabashedly liked them!) now have the cash to pay for the hundred and eleventieth streaming service, simply to really feel younger once more.
Obi Wan Kenobi is aware of this – and that’s why whenever you begin streaming it on DisneyPlus Hotstar Premium, it throws you proper right into a ‘best-of’ recap montage from the prequels, and into an pointless, however acquainted ‘Order 66’ sequence. Whereas I’m assured that the sequence has ramifications in a while (and I can guess what they’re), that doesn’t cover the truth that it’s a blatant fan-service and nostalgia bait.