This thread is for discussing The Mandalorian, the Star Wars TV show on Disney+. The second season premiered today. I have not watched it yet.
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So “Nope, just neat looking and Symbolic for those Boba Fetty guys”
It did, but not in a way I felt was very meaningful. A tiny village that looks just like everything else we've seen on the planet doesn't really do much for me. Now, if they had delivered a truly and meaningfully different locale like say, an underground city, or an oasis village, or into the mines they were talking about, or an orbital elevator, or a mountain top village, or something that represented a true departure from what we've previously seen and adds diversity to the setting, I would have been ok with it. But that's not really what we got.it expanded Tatooine
I mean, if the place isn't full of interesting things then why do we keep going back to a place that's fundamentally uninteresting?I think that's the whole point of Tatooine. "Tatooine is sparsely populated" after all. It expanded the stuff we already know about, but Tatooine is the arse end of the galaxy, they shouldn't suddenly make it packed full of interesting things.
I did too, but Mando S1 did that already tho to a lesser extent, so they're really just elaborating on something they already did. The scenes of Mando grunting at the raiders tho was a lot of fun.I appreciated the expansion of sand people into more of a culture and not a mob of enemies it's ok to kill
mean, if the place isn't full of interesting things then why do we keep going back to a place that's fundamentally uninteresting?
Also let's hear it for this good boy persevering!
further effectively humanizes the Tuskens,