I think that having Andor start off at point A and having a journey that went to point D is one reason it didn’t take off. I remember some Star Wars fans talking about the side story of the Corporate Security guys and Syril being a waste of time that didn’t fit the story. But one of he things it...
I do wonder what the psychological effect is having a mini-tank bust through the door rather than a human. Is the person that it’s after more likely to surrender given that they can’t take anyone with them, stand zero chance against it and it’s just scarier?
Maybe they should start with having...
Cat (what I called her) would always stalk my dog who is about 60 pounds and jump him when he turned a corner, but they liked each other like a big brother and annoying little sister. She was raised with dogs so wasn't very cat like in many ways and was more like a small dog that could jump on...
The great part of this Thanksgiving was not having a cat jumping on the table knocking stuff over or stealing food, making decorations fall off the tree and jumping on the dog while he’s underneath the table.
Sometimes I miss that critter.
I think all of this is going over your head.
You must have known what you were doing also. I do believe anybody that posts on social media should be ready to have everything they do nitpicked, anyone who does the nitpicking is joining the game and has to be ready for the blowback.
Actually what I liked about that scene is they were building something important but almost mundane. There was so much good in that scene that reflected the rest of the series, small things that don’t seem important but are.
Definitely. She’s always been around but clise to an NPC, now when you see the movies you are seeing an actual character.
Even fleshing out what all those different uniforms of the Empire represent.
The great thing about Andor is that it adds to the movies without screwing up the original story.