Final review of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’

Rather than re-watching the horrible Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005), the closing film in the unpleasant prequel set of three, in anticipation of the small series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, I ought to have watched Star Wars (1977), the film that began everything, including its irritating retroactive renaming as Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope.

Is New Hope also reveals the endgame for Obi-Wan?

It is monstrous enjoyable to watch C3PO tell R2D2 not to call him a careless scholar, and excuse the little whistling droid as an overweight glob of oil. There is additionally the piercing fear of Lord Vader telling his previous companion and coach, Obi-Wan Kenobi, “We meet finally,” before that last standoff.

Tragically watching A New Hope likewise uncovers the final plan for Obi-Wan, which is one of the most serious issues with the eponymous smaller than usual series. Obi-Wan goes head to head with Vader, and like Gandalf, gives his life on the scaffold, while the others escape. An aside — does Gandalf say “run” or “fly you tricks”? Like Gandalf, Obi-Wan additionally returns all the more remarkable. So since it has become so obvious what befalls Obi-Wan and Vader, the savvy thing to do is to recount different characters.

What’s the story?

The delight of The Mandalorian (chief Deborah Chow helmed two episodes), aside from sweetie Grogu, was the new characters, not the same as Solo and the Skywalkers. While the Force and Jedis are there behind the scenes, we are up to speed in the Mandalorian and Grogu’s story. Obi-Wan Kenobi, then again, seems like one more cycle of the Star Wars story.

A princess needs safeguarding, the Jedi are being pursued, and on the off chance that there was a planet obliterating Death Star and wise guy dealer, you would be felled by a sensation that this has happened before — and negative, not due to an error in the Matrix, but since of imaginative liquidation. Perhaps Obi-Wan Kenobi might have zeroed in on the Path, the Jedi form of the Underground Railroad.

Ewan McGregor repeats his job as Obi-Wan Kenobi from the prequels. The series is set 10 years after the occasions of Revenge of the Sith. Obi-Wan is broken and looking after Luke in Tattooine where he remains with his uncle Owen (Joel Edgerton). In the show, Obi-Wan discussions of his lost sibling; is Owen that lost sibling?

The Jedis are being pursued, and when one of the inquisitors, Reva (Moses Ingram) hits upon the splendid thought of capturing Princess Leia (Vivien Lyra Blair) to clear out Obi-Wan, he is constrained into the battle. Reva, as it turns out, is one of the fascinating characters; the conman Haja Estree (Kumail Nanjiani) is another.

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Obi-Wan’s light saber duel with Vader (Hayden Christensen) makes one wonder of why Vader tells Obi-Wan, “We meet finally,” in A New Hope. Did he fail to remember this gathering, or does he mean it figuratively?


Aside from looking excellent, and a strong presentation from McGregor, the greatest in addition to for Obi-Wan Kenobi is Blair’s Princess Leia. She is past adorable and acts very much like how Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher in the first) would have when she was 10… She even has the haircut, that Fisher broadly called the buns of Navarone!

While Christensen storms to a great extent with his shroud flying about, James Earl Jones actually gives voice to Vader — so it very well may be anyone under that dark outfit… At last when does Obi-Wan get Darth Vader’s light saber that he gives Luke in A New Hope?

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