This week’s installment of ‘The Mandalorian’ season two, is the season’s finale – and its packed with reveals. Even if every single fan around the world is mourning having to wait for more space action, fans will rejoice after seeing this episode. This episode proves that Star Wars is more alive than ever and has never been closer to its roots. Jon Favreau truly understands what George Lucas had in mind when creating the otherworldly universe.
Beloved actor Jeremy Bulloch, known most popularly for his portrayal of ‘Boba Fett’ in 1980’s ‘Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back’, has passed away at the age of 75. Bulloch was pronounced dead in the hospital on Thursday, Dec 17th after battling complications with Parkinson’s disease.
This episode is FULL of reveals, even more than last week’s episode “The Jedi”. In perfect Mandalorian fashion, the chapter wastes no time getting you excited. As soon as Grogu and Mando reach the jedi structures, we get a nostalgic and fanfare deserving shot of Boba Fett’s Slave One reaching Typhon’s atmosphere. From this point on, the episode is nothing but raw action and butt-kicking, and its spectacularly filmed and paced.