Happy new year! It's a super-sized episode of the show as Brian and I take a look back at our top ten favorit...
The Force has awoken within its hero, Rey. We have a multilayered and complex heroine at the forefront of the action, who serves as the heart of the storyline, not relegated to being a "sideshow badass" as too many female characters in action and science fiction cinema have been.
A month ago, I was a carefree, happy young woman. I had a loving family and wonderful friends. Like the rest of the world, I was looking forward with giddy anticipation to The Force Awakens, the seventh installment in the Star Wars saga. Now it's much more than that.
So it's been a little over two weeks since Star Wars: The Force Awakens blew up box office records and people have come back on Twitter and Facebook, ...
The Empire Strikes Back often eclipses the original Star Wars in popularity and sanctity. It remains the favorite of its leading stars, its legions of fans, and even most film critics.
What lessons about leadership and mentorship can we learn from the Star Wars universe? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network wh...
The success of The Force Awakens should have been celebrated as an unreserved triumph for Carrie Fisher and yet, the movie not yet three weeks in theaters, it is instead dragging out old issues that she's struggled with her entire life.
How satisfying would that be to learn that the nine-episode arc is really, underneath it all, about the Kenobi family and not the Skywalkers?
This is how my brain works. When sh*t gets real, I get writing and somehow it helps the crazies work themselves out of my system so I don't end up eat...
Parts of the Internet erupted in a furor this holiday season when it transpired that a boxed set of action figures depicting characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens omitted a figurine of Rey, the female lead of the film, the series' new hero.
Apparently, The Force Awakens can only be regarded as a great or appalling film, and nothing else. Here are 10 reasons why irate critiques of The Force Awakens miss their mark.
I have this to say to you: Stop it, you stupid, ignorant young idiots.
It all feels like you're participating in the greater societal discourse. But all you're really doing is generating traffic and getting revenue for the publishers from ads and placements. If you really wanted to make a difference, you'd go out and make a difference
It is an era of civilizational war. Evildoers known as "Jihadists," terrorizing from a hidden based in the Levant, have won their first victory in reestablishing a dark Empire, known in the other world as the "Caliphate."
On the Star Wars fan scale, I am not a blinded fanboy. While I'm aware of, and agree with, most of the major criticisms leveled at the prequels, I am not a prequel hater.
I know you have some concerns. Many of them are understandable, and most of them are valid. But by the end of 2016, you'll see a thoroughly improved me -- assuming the following New Year's resolutions take hold