Han Solo’s mentor Tobias Beckett offers him a bit of advice at one point that comes to be a defining difference between the two characters.Read More Tobias Beckett v Han Solo: Who Was Right About Trust?
What is the implication of Sybok making Han deal with his deepest pain?Read More The Sybok Series: Helping Han Solo
I’ve pondered the limits of artificial intelligence. Some days I lean a little Kurzweil on the topic, others I lean a little Tolkien. But I started thinking about it again.Read More How Han Solo Demonstrated the Limits of L3-37
I mentioned Solo: A Star Wars Story, and how much I loved it, in the context of another post lamenting that no one seems to want to talk about the actual Star Wars movies themselves. So here’s the original review.Read More Solo: A Star Wars Story
Every good theory needs refinement. Every good boy deserves fudge, too, but that’s a topic for another time.* A couple of comments (and thank you for comments!) asked for clarification on the impact to body processes. One of those centered on the explusion of biological waste/excrement and “where it would go,” which I answered with […]Read More Further Considerations Brought on by “Han Solo, The Tin Man, and Inception”
Re-listening to the first couple of episodes of The Empire Strikes Back Radio Drama recently, I had cause to mull over something that happens in such short order in the film that I never really paid it much mind. Heck, I don’t think anyone else has either.Read More Tauntauns: Strangely Useless?
It’s time to bring back the classic series to see if you’re willing to exercise that old grey matter a little bit and noodle things through.Read More Yet Another Unanswered Question from Star Wars
Why did the Rebel Alliance trust Han enough to give him rank in their military structure?Read More Another Unanswered Question from Star Wars
Sequels usually follow the law of dimishing returns. Look at The Matrix sequels, which went from pretentious fluff to execrable nuisance in record time. Starting from Star Trek II (because honestly, who really wants to start with The Motion Picture?), the next time we got a truly worthwhile Star Trek film was VI; I may […]Read More My Honest Reviews of the Star Wars Films: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back