For this week’s episode review, a spinoff story takes place before A New Hope called Rouge One A Star Wars Story. As a separate but connected story to the franchise, this is a perfect film that focuses on the harsh reality and effects of war and how there is so much complexity but also tragedy. But it also allows some fan service to shine a bit with the appearance of Dark Vader, despite a few flaws that it may contain with the movie not letting us get to know the characters a bit better other than their personalities and backstory. Overall, it’s a good film that shows how to be faithful to a franchise without insulting them.

Cinema Playlist

Your Father Would be Proud
Michael Giacchino
Rogue One A Star Wars Story
The Music Box
Torin Borrowdale
Locke & Key
Heaven’s Light/ Hellfire
Tony Jay, Tom Hulce, Chorus
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Be Prepared
Jeremy Irons, Whoopi Goldberg, Cheech Marin, Jim Cummings
The Lion King
Katniss Afoot
James Newton Howard
The Hunger Games
Am I Dreaming
Metro Boomin, A$SP Rocky, Roisee
Spider-man Across The Spider-verse
As the Jurassic World Turns
Michael Giacchino
Jurassic World
The Great Migration
James Horner
The Land Before Time/ Soundtrack Version
Go for Baroque
Michael Giacchino
Doctor Strange
Han Solo and the Princess
John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back
Captain America Main Titles
Alan Silvestri
Captian America: The First Avenger
James Horner
Michael Giacchino
Rogue one: A Star Wars Story