Mar. 26th, 2017

ericadawn16: (Naughty)
Damn, I was on the edge of my seat almost the whole time!
I was also so glad that I knew that at least two characters make it because they were in Star Wars: Rogue One and...

Did you catch the ending?!!!

YAVIN!

Which should be the fourth moon of Yavin but whatever, I can look past that.

And I hope that weird expression isn't that he's going to double-cross them after all or something because I like him being a rebel...

David Oyelowo, dammi! He's been one of my favorites since Spooks/MI5.
ericadawn16: (Optimism)
Now that the Rebels are starting up their base on Yavin IV and Hera certainly earned a General title during that season finale, here are the Star Wars: Rebels references in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story:

THE GHOST!!!



It's also shown in the Battle of Scariff numerous times and as mentioned in the link below, we're supposed to get a whole episode of the Battle of Scariff...in season four or five, depending how many more seasons we're getting.

CHOPPER!!!



Damn, he's cute.

So, everything else is discussed here:
http://ew.com/movies/rogue-one-rebels-references/rogue-one-and-rebels

It's everything my magazine had.

And I'm going to be a broken record...dammit, please Cassian Andor for season four!
ericadawn16: (Jubilant)
Ever since the first Transformers film came...live action Transformers film...I get suckered into these sequels and trailers make it seem like they're going to be as good as the first one, but...

They never are. Instead, it's more like diminishing returns...the last film even had a protagonist's friend who I ROOTED to die and then, he did and it was glorious!

But I'm getting suckered in again...


You have a teenaged Latina and she's like the main character! She's kicking butt and not afraid of the Decepticons and fixing things!
Then, you have baby Dinobots!!!
And Grimlock possibly having more than 10 minutes like the previous film?

It has a possibility of being almost perfect and I hope they don't screw it up.

Next we'll work on legal women can also be protagonists without being defined by how sexually attractive they are or their relationships to the male protagonists or just doing whatever the script needs so the male protagonists can save the day.

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