How The Mandalorian Killed the Past

8 janv. 2021
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The Mandalorian is a certified success, bringing honor back to the Star Wars franchise while also opening the door for a host of recently announced spin-off series. But what if the show's success has less to do with faithfully honoring the original trilogy, and more to do with pulling from the tradition of revisionist Westerns? Let's find out in this Wisecrack Edition - "How The Mandalorian Killed the Past"

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Written by: Ross McIndoe
Hosted by: Michael Burns
Directed by: Michael Luxemburg
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  • Where do you think The Mandalorian is going in season three? Thanks again to Noom for sponsoring this video. Click here to take the free online evaluation:

    WisecrackWisecrackIl y a 3 mois
    • Yeesh, now i realise season 3 will just ripoff Rebels

      The ProtagonistThe ProtagonistIl y a 2 mois
    • Yo, how you gonna talk about westerns when they were identical copies of samurai films? Mandalorian is basically a Ronin with guns.

      Dork AndersonDork AndersonIl y a 2 mois
    • I have a nasty feeling that Bo-Katan is going to want to fight Din Djarin to get the Darksabre back, and to make him fight she's going to have to threaten the one thing he cares about, which is...

      Daniel CopelandDaniel CopelandIl y a 3 mois
    • whatever you do don't search "i live in a gay bar" on FRworld don't

      ali mansouriali mansouriIl y a 3 mois
    • It's going to be about a different Mandalorian, Boba Fett. Original Mando and Grogu will be side characters who make appearances. Didn't anyone wait till after the credits?

      George BighamGeorge BighamIl y a 3 mois
  • Your breakdown is on point, I really enjoyed watching!!

    Nathan WallNathan WallIl y a 22 jours
  • Everything about the Mandalorian reminds me of them old time Westerns I uesd enjoy watching as a kid, from the Unforgettable theme music, down to the story lines and the rich and colourful characters that populate each well crafted episode. 😎👌💯

  • Mandalorian isn't about killing the past, and Mandalorian isn't a revisionist work either. The Rey Trilogy, especially the middle episode, very much _was_ that revisionist work, showing how awful everything really is and how heroes can only disappoint you. Mandalorian doesn't say that. Mandalorian isn't cynical, it's _honest._ It says that yes, there is a lot of shit in the world. Bad things happen to people who don't deserve it, and fixing that isn't as simple as killing the Evil Emperor. BUT, it's also idealistic. It says that we're at our best when we work together. It says that talking and negotiating is generally better than killing one another. And it says that there are still people around who will do the right thing just because it's the right thing. It says all this while at the same time reaffirming the truth and importance of the earlier stories. Luke Skywalker really _is_ a hero. The Jedi really _do_ fight against injustice. It just expands the message to say that heroes and Jedi aren't the _only_ ones who can fight injustice. Doing the right thing, acting with honour, is important for everyone. The Mandalorian is a Reconstructionist work. After the Rey Trilogy tried to tell us that everything we thought about the Star Wars universe was wrong, Mandalorian tells us "Okay - here's the detail we didn't consider before'.

    Werrf1Werrf1Il y a 26 jours
  • I am looking forward to stories about Jedi -- specifically Jedi, who hold themselves to a high standard of generosity, kindness and service -- who are personally gifted but who are NOT predestined. Not chosen ones, but people with unusual capacity who must figure out how to apply a philosophy of compassion and learning in a complicated world. If with great power comes great responsibility (as I believe), why is that?

    WorldChampionWorldChampionIl y a 27 jours
  • As El-P said, "Morality's only a memory when belly's empty."

    UltimateMcNastyUltimateMcNastyIl y a 29 jours
  • Great video. Thanks for breaking this down!

    Kacy JonesKacy JonesIl y a mois
  • How do you talk about westerns without saying spaghetti

    JutadoJutadoIl y a mois
  • The nauseating tongue complementarily remain because donald regularly fill over a successful leopard. apathetic, ugliest check

    Tran Thien hungTran Thien hungIl y a mois

    Chris WeiChris WeiIl y a mois
  • Can't Mando just lose the dark saber in a boaking accident so Bo Katan can "find" it

    Bertrand Kurt RussellBertrand Kurt RussellIl y a mois
  • To me, the meaning of The Mandalorian is essentially that (among a few other things, including how the greatest happiness comes from doing and caring for others) in order to find personal order, satisfaction, and happiness, each individual must determine and define his/her own path even if, particularly if they have previously been put on a path set by others defined by a set of strict, never-to-be disobeyed rules that they had no hand in creating ("The Way"). This is the difference between religion and spirituality. Religion demands that we follow a strict path set by others. Spirituality is finding and following our own paths, defining and re-defining them as we go along.

    Glicksman1Glicksman1Il y a mois
  • Isn't it true/ironic that we too and Disney at large, are refusing to deal with the past and move on by recreating not-only past intellectual property for profit-- Star Wars, Duck Tails, Power Rangers-- but we also adapt the genre reflections in the new show's we create? If Disney was intent on this message-- they would spend less resources on homage to the past. Even if comparatively, The Mandalorean is a fresh take on Star Wars and is overall very good.

    KKIl y a mois
  • Ahsoka didn't leave the jedi and their ways behind, they left her behind.

    ScottScottIl y a mois
  • Can’t beat George’s foundation. I always said he took a different view, not that of Hollywood. And compare the success and impact of that to Disney’s. George shows his understanding of the human foundation, not some in-season and short-sighted take on here and now.

    Michael ManganoMichael ManganoIl y a mois
  • So it's the red dead redemption of galaxy far away

    Achintya PranshuAchintya PranshuIl y a mois
  • Please bring back Thug Notes

    Miss MissyMiss MissyIl y a 2 mois
  • I disagree with the assessment that the Mandalorian was killing the past. It does the opposite: It acknowledges the past and deals with its consequences. That is in stark contrast to the sequel trilogy, which tried to either repeat the past or turn Star Wars on its head and reinterpret it. The Mandalorian does none of these things. As far as the character examples you listed: 1) Ahsoka: Several characters refer to Ahsoka as a Jedi, but, as opposed to her entry in "Star Wars: Rebels", she doesn't reject the notion. Yes, she left the Jedi order at its worst, but that order does not exist any more. In a way, Ahsoka is more of a Jedi than any other Jedi in the prequels, besides Qui-Gon Jinn. She follows the "Will of the Force" rather than the doctrine of the Jedi, which is exactly what Yoda teaches Luke in The Empire Strikes Back. 2) Bo-Katan: She the one character that transformed most throughout "The Clone Wars" and "Star Wars: Rebels". You have to keep in mind that she was introduced as an all-out villain (see The Clone Wars, Season 4, Episode 14). Unlike Vader, she never turned on her "master" Count Vizla, but instead was forced to reassess her values when an enemy exploited those same values to Vizla. Since then, she has never stopped learning and adjusting, trying out new ways, since both her own and her sister's way has failed. Stepping down from a plain battle between good and evil seems like a logical progression after 40 years of Star Wars. It's not like it had never been done before, many Star Wars novels (now "Legends") did that. once one takes a step away from the large scale epic battles and takes a look at the small picture, it's not cutting down the past, it is rather growing the seed that Star Wars has grown. I, for one, expect that the clear distinction between light and dark in the Force will remain in the Ahsoka TV show. Originally George Lucas conceived in the Force such that it was correct what Yoda taught Luke on Daghoba, Force users on the light maintain the natural balance to the Force and act according its flow, whereas a Force user on the dark side reshapes it to their will. In contrast, The Last Jedi and several "The Clone Wars" episodes have taken a different stance: Balance of the Force is a balance between the light and the dark side. I do strongly prefer the prior view on the Force, I consider it an intriguing source of conflict, not just between good and evil, but also individually, as a character is never truly the one or the others. So, maybe I am wrong about this, and the writers decide to stick with grey-in-grey Force for the purpose of making their space magic more "realistic", but personally I don't think that the battle between good and evil is not over and will always stay a part of Star Wars, it just gets a little trickier in the details and it's not *all* there is to Star Wars any more. I love the Mandolarian to bits, but if I do have a criticism, it is that it is holding on to the past a little to much. And by that I mean the character of Boba Fett. As far as I am concerned, Boba Fett died when he fell into the Sarlac Pit. I don't mind a little necromancy here and there, but Star Wars has a serious problem with letting characters stay dead. Boba Fett, the Emperor, all the Jedi Force ghosts, including Luke, Yoda, Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon, Darth Maul, even Han Solo (kind of). I appreciate that they don't mess it up further with time travel (even though Ahsoka appears to be breaking with that), but I'd appreciate if Star Wars would honour consequences a little more. Even if I disregard the sequel trilogy entirely, how am I supposed to believe that anything that happens of Star Wars ever matters when hardly anything sticks? However, in spite of my disagreement on some points, I appreciate the insightful video and the comparison to classic and revisionist Western. Thanks for a great video, well done.

    Björn KeilBjörn KeilIl y a 2 mois
  • You know, it's all interesting and fascinating but I'm just a simple guy. It's an awesome show 😎

    WinterKnightWinterKnightIl y a 2 mois
  • If you guys liked the mandalorian, you should watch clone wars, it also has some really deep messages about war in it

  • Did he say "The one star war that is actually good"??? Sounds exactly like when Americans called them "Legos" not Lego. Just plurals in the wrong place

    Matthew CrowleyMatthew CrowleyIl y a 2 mois
  • 1:20 "...Take a quick and easy online evaluation....." [Me]: The quick and easy path... the dark side.🤭🤭 (jkjk)

    Briana MillsBriana MillsIl y a 2 mois
  • mando is kind of a space nazi if you think about it

    JoanJoanIl y a 2 mois
    • How?

      Χριστέ, ἐλέησονΧριστέ, ἐλέησονIl y a 11 jours
  • I'm not sure if you watched the Clone Wars, but I feel like the Clone Wars was definitely very similar. The clones were portrayed as if they were droids, only following orders, but the Clone Wars, especially the Umbara Arc, tells us that it's not just good and bad. The Clone Wars definitely paved the way for the masterpiece called the Mandalorian.

    Galactic PadawanGalactic PadawanIl y a 2 mois
  • 1:26 that felt... weird

    Zeo •Zeo •Il y a 2 mois
  • There are also many elements of the “Ronin culture of Japan. Masterless, former samurai looking for a sense of purpose once again.

    kane gallagherkane gallagherIl y a 2 mois
  • the real badass here is Bill burr ...he's trolling every star wars fan since the beginning

    kaito tatsuyakaito tatsuyaIl y a 2 mois
  • Noom uses CBT techniques, but are not equipped to deal with people who have any kind of ED, so be careful. I found it helpful in that I now know that I have an ED. Intuitive eating is much better.

    AmusedAbsurdityAmusedAbsurdityIl y a 2 mois
  • Very good analysis. But to be fair, Ahsoka left the Jedi order long before the Republic fell, so she's finished "running from the past" part a long time ago and I'm pretty sure she's very sure who she is in this galaxy.

    Cass WCass WIl y a 2 mois
  • Okay so you don't mention spaghetti westerns yet show a fistful of dollars which is a spaghetti western staring Clint Eastwood, and please shut up you "philosophers"

    Dan ManlilyDan ManlilyIl y a 2 mois
  • nice

    mothemexmothemexIl y a 2 mois
  • I think it is more "spaguetti" than revisionism western. (wich is more explicit in the inspiración para for boba fett, the man with no name) The type of bounty hunter we see is a "for a few dollars more" type.

    Fer BadCompanyFer BadCompanyIl y a 2 mois
  • It's a real shame about Mayfeld, it would have been cool to see him join the group. Tragic he died in that refinery explosion

    Matt ThomasMatt ThomasIl y a 2 mois
  • Disney star wars is all shit.

    KindartisticstuffKindartisticstuffIl y a 2 mois
  • Prob gonna fight Bo katan for the saber sense she wants to rule mandalore.

    Jos SteveJos SteveIl y a 2 mois
  • Just finished watching the second season. I will be harsh because for some reason no one has. THE MANDALORIAN IS A POOR EXCUSE FOR A SERIES. it is simplistic to the point of offensive. It has zero emotional grip. Seeing how well it was received mainly made me sad for this generation of people who is either unable or doesn't want anything more then an idiotic, expected and shallow story just as long as it carries a nostalgic title. The hell with you all.

    Ben HacmonBen HacmonIl y a 2 mois
    • @Ben Hacmon Did you even watch the first season?

      Brody CummingBrody CummingIl y a 2 mois
    • The sequels are worse. There are only three movies.

      Ben HacmonBen HacmonIl y a 2 mois
    • Or maybe because you are too brainwashed by the feminist propaganda that is the sequels, or look at the sequels from a lore perspective.

      Brody CummingBrody CummingIl y a 2 mois
    • Or maybe how it brought back loved characters, instead of throwing them into the shadow realm.

      Brody CummingBrody CummingIl y a 2 mois
    • Or talk about the no story direction of the ENTIRE sequels, Palpatine was NEVER even planned for the story, because Ryan johnson screwed it up?

      Brody CummingBrody CummingIl y a 2 mois
  • More Like How The Mandalorian Killed Star Wars.

    Sean McCormickSean McCormickIl y a 2 mois
  • Johnson attempted to give kylo ren Depth and a point; his line about killing the past seems almost like Kriea's philosophy he just didnt go as far as destroying the force itself. I would have liked seeing that philosophy alternative to normal sith vs jedi. but JJ was only conscerned with retconning as much as he could about johnsons film; only taking away any momentum- and any possible depth that coulda been made. so this series ends in a thud after showing some clear potential.

    Rose ErinRose ErinIl y a 2 mois
    • @Brody Cumming KYLO REN WAS RIGHT THERE! cmon now

      Rose ErinRose ErinIl y a 2 mois
    • The reason it ends in a thud is because, johnson killed off Snoke, the main enemy up to that point, cutting off any potential for a third movie.

      Brody CummingBrody CummingIl y a 2 mois
    • also when mayfield chose a side I got giddy. at one point he equalized the empire witht he republic, thinking that the guys in charge are just the one with the biggest gun- when he hears this officer dismiss his fallen comrades and even be alil happy that so many of his own men died simply cause they got theirs; I knew it was gonna happen. he was gonna shoot him, and before the thought even finished he does it. which is in line with george lucas and his point in the movies, filoni used this argument during the clone wars series too dropping a qoute before the episode that neutrality is not an option. before showing the nuetral planet being saved by anakin and crew from separatists trying to test deadly weapons out on the village.

      Rose ErinRose ErinIl y a 2 mois
  • Bruh really turned the concept of honor upside down

    Major SpaghetMajor SpaghetIl y a 2 mois
  • Empire pilot: "I saw your planet burn. harharhar" Also Empire Pilot: "Do YoU KnoW HoW maNy PeoPle Died On ThaT BaSes?"

    Isador AkiosIsador AkiosIl y a 2 mois
  • i just hope mando will just take of his helmet for special people/situations in the next seasons. i loved that he did it willingly for grogu and its meaning for him as a character. but if he just start whipping it out all the time (his face that is xD) s3 going forward would feel like a betrayal to the sect that saved him. p.s if they remove/sideline gina carano i will be pissed, her character and her portrail of her character is awesome.

    JakeDarkoJakeDarkoIl y a 2 mois
  • Damn this was a good video guys this is awesome

    Erick GErick GIl y a 2 mois
  • We know sequels are shit

    Vladlen VolkovVladlen VolkovIl y a 2 mois
  • Am I right in assuming bo katan should actually be way older in the mandalorian?

    Rayyan ARayyan AIl y a 2 mois
  • Eh, there's already revisionist elements in the original trilogy. Tatooine isn't really romanticized in any way, it's just kind of a sh*thole run by a gangster.

    Robert DullnigRobert DullnigIl y a 2 mois
  • The mandalorian didn't kill the past, it saw it, awknowledged it and looked for a way to live with the knowledge that it would always be there...unlike the sequel trilogies that just went "yeah no, forget that, look at this"

    Manuel AparcedoManuel AparcedoIl y a 2 mois
    • Legends Never Die-The Mandalorian😭😢😢

      AKASH AkashAKASH AkashIl y a 2 mois
  • We can’t trust Bo Katan. She too is part of a cult which she broke off from as well. I wouldn’t trust anything she said until we get another character to back the information up in another season.

    Kenshin HimuraKenshin HimuraIl y a 2 mois
  • The Mandalorian is like a samurai warrior in a modern world. He has a strict code that he was raised his whole life to uphold. To never compromise in the teachings of his creed. To always be the best he can be by following those ideals. It may not be possible to live 100% by a code, but it’s the pursuit of staying true to your beliefs that make you better. But he’s in a time of history where honour and valor don’t matter much. His code only alienates him from the world and from others. A samurai/Mandalorian without a cause or purpose due to said ideals and beliefs. He’s truly a well written character.

    Aesir UnlimitedAesir UnlimitedIl y a 2 mois
    • Legends Never Die-The Mandalorian😭😢😢

      AKASH AkashAKASH AkashIl y a 2 mois
  • Guess you could say Disney destroyed the past, hehe. BASED

    ChaotikPieChaotikPieIl y a 2 mois
  • And here I was thinking you were going to talk about the cultural rift between old star wars and Kathleen Kennedy's failed reboot that was marketed towards the twilight crowd, and how bringing in Thron was axing her original edicts about flushing the expanded universe. I thought you guys were going to discuss the internal war between Kennedy, Feige, and Disney's new CEO, about how the reports of Disney's new paradigm of making movies to appease the crowd, rather than follow an moral agenda, was a show of how one side of that culture schism was winning, and how Feloni and Favruae's story choices were defining that new paradigm. Instead, I realized by the end of the show that that was a clickbait title, and you chose the comfortable route by not addressing any of that. It was either on purpose, or due to a lack of research. I am disappointed.

    Clayton HClayton HIl y a 2 mois
  • "Let the past die, kill it if you have too." One of the best lines from the sequel trilogy.

    Aaron BonogofskyAaron BonogofskyIl y a 2 mois
    • Please tell me you're joking.

      Vincent VegaVincent VegaIl y a 2 mois
  • The Mandalorian is Star Wars Firefly and that is why I love it.

    Alfredo AriasAlfredo AriasIl y a 2 mois
  • Best Star Wars to date pretty much precisely for the reasons pointed out in this video. There are so many things to love about this series. My only complaint is that it probably doesn't have much replay value, it's not "dense enough".

    Henri PeräkyläHenri PeräkyläIl y a 2 mois
  • "Killed"? Really?

    Inceptions661Inceptions661Il y a 2 mois
  • You guys make the same videos. Just different movie. It always is you talking about the movie, sponsor (which is pretty lame, FRworld with less subs then you like the critical drinker doesn't even do that) then you say some philosophy stuff, things I learned in year one philosophy. Then it's on to "so what do you think?" I guess change hurts stupid people's brains (your viewers) By the way philosophy is a completely dead and useless skill now that science can ACTUALLY make changes to our natural world. Philosophers: scientist who only have a chair and think with no experiment. Other low sub channels do this way better than you weird ugly dudes

    Logan WaltersLogan WaltersIl y a 2 mois
  • This is one of the best videos I've seen on the series.

    ihatecorpsehusbandihatecorpsehusbandIl y a 2 mois
  • Friendly reminder that in the old EU/Legends no-one lived happily ever after either. The Galactic Civil War raged on for another 20 years at least after RotJ. and was then immediately followed up by an extragalactic invasion that retroactively makes the Empire look like the good guys and undermines the entire purpose of the original films. Also, too many Palpatine and Luke clones.

    PaladinGuyPaladinGuyIl y a 2 mois
  • It killed the bad taste of episode IX for me.

    paco ramonpaco ramonIl y a 2 mois
  • The outer rim, the phony said while reading what he’s told to pretend to sound original

    Phuk UoyPhuk UoyIl y a 2 mois
  • Freakin Bill Burr the guy who openly trashed Star Wars, is one of the best characters ever in Star Wars

    Miguel AngelMiguel AngelIl y a 3 mois
  • The mandalorian just about completely redeemed Star Wars under the Disney banner. The sequels still don’t exist in my mind, but with the mandalorian, I finally have some Star Wars content that I can get in to. Hey Disney.. this is the way. None of that directionless, storyless, sad piles of crap you call the sequels.

    Zachery JamesZachery JamesIl y a 3 mois
  • I was kinda disappointed that you didn't mention Ronin movies as the original 3 starwars are more that than western. I mean jedi samurai single hilt wears a robe. you even mentioned magnificent 7 witch is a western reimagining of 7 samurai. where as mandalorian is much more of a western with its gunslinging bounty hunting new frontier vib.

    nibuluxnibuluxIl y a 3 mois
  • Show is horrible

    JohnWerckJohnWerckIl y a 3 mois
    • @Brody Cumming No one owes you shit there Brody. Also, learn how to write a question.

      JohnWerckJohnWerckIl y a 2 mois
    • Explain why you think that?

      Brody CummingBrody CummingIl y a 2 mois
  • This channel is built on clickbait.

    aersiulaersiulIl y a 3 mois
  • If it "killed it" did it a hell of a lot better than the "sequels."

    Nathan TompsonNathan TompsonIl y a 3 mois
  • The philosophy of Cobra Kai

    César GabrielCésar GabrielIl y a 3 mois
  • This was a really good analysis!

    Matthew EricksonMatthew EricksonIl y a 3 mois
  • The past needed to be killed. Imagine how awesome it would be if we could get Mark Hamill, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, and John Boyega in a properly written sequel series in the FiloniVerse.

    Unreasonable BastardsUnreasonable BastardsIl y a 3 mois
  • Clearly these guys haven´t watched Clone Wars. TCW first introduced these themes or moral ambiguity, lone/rogue figures and disillusionment into SW. Also a lot of Honor based heroism and ethics but also the subversion thereof. Also lot´s of moments that were really not all that child friendly.

    Definetly not a CommentDefinetly not a CommentIl y a 3 mois
  • B.e.S.T f'u"l'l D.a.T.i.n.G -L-o-V--S-e-X-----۞------------ Here ▶️▶️ √™ Lorsqu'une pilule qui donne aux utilisateurs cinq minutes de super pouvoirs inattendus arrive dans les rues de la Nouvelle-Orléans, un adolescent marchand et un policier local doivent faire équipe avec un ancien soldat pour faire tomber le groupe responsable de sa fabrication. √™ Когда таблетка, дающая пользователям пять минут неожиданных сверхспособностей, попадает на улицы Нового Орлеана, торговец-подросток и местный полицейский √™должны объединиться с бывшим солдатом, чтобы уничтожить группу, √™ответственную за ее создание

    yuzi adeyuzi adeIl y a 3 mois
  • I don't get why people can't see how stupid this baby Yoda thing is... I mean we were told that Yoda was great and wise cause he lived for centuries. Now that thing is like 1 years old though he is 50 ... At that rate it will take him 250 years to be 5 years old... So when Yoda died he was like 15 years old ? That doesn't make any sense...

    MankindfailsMankindfailsIl y a 3 mois
  • This was one of your best vids in a while! Really showed why Mando is such a great show

    Daniel UlloaDaniel UlloaIl y a 3 mois
  • This show is absolutely inspired by the Revisionist Westerns. Good video. Ty

    DJ FACT.50DJ FACT.50Il y a 3 mois
  • 14:22 massive missed opportunity to mix up some Nietzsche reference in there

    TheGoodLordTheGoodLordIl y a 3 mois
  • You just liked how they showed Boba Fett and Luke slicing stuff. No need for these mental gymnastics.

    Vlad DascaliucVlad DascaliucIl y a 3 mois
  • Great video! My only quibble here is I feel like you overgeneralized the point here at 4:39, because I read that comment more as a specific comment on indigenous people vs. colonialism, NOT "all ordinary people are treated exactly the same by people in power." I can see why you might draw that conclusion from that, but I believe it was an intentional comment on indigenous populations (such as the remaining tribes in the Brazilian Amazon, as well as the American tribes in N and S America)

    Alexander KentoppAlexander KentoppIl y a 3 mois
  • Great analysis Wisecrack, i honestly felt the weight of Mando's decisions in the final episodes of season 2 and buildup to the that moments were well put just like a clear crumb trail.

    Shahar LeviShahar LeviIl y a 3 mois
  • mandalorians its like Ronins in feodal Japan

    Kar KanKar KanIl y a 3 mois
  • The light/dark duality was always an aspect of the force- not the characters. It's like this guy had a stroke and forgot who Han, Chewie, and Lando were.

    SvenStereoSvenStereoIl y a 3 mois
  • Kylo Ren kills The Child!

    he_who_is_nobodyhe_who_is_nobodyIl y a 3 mois
  • something interesting about Mando is that, as he gets further away from his home and old ways, the friendlier he becomes. The episodes with geko-mama are the perfect example, since this are about having a last chance for a happy future, we see him trying to make a few (bad) jokes, talking with, and being more flexible in some regards (he accepted being a taxi in the first place) And this pays him of at the season 2 finale, when he got allys that know how important the kid is to him and want to help him

    DLTR ,DLTR ,Il y a 3 mois
  • Its Grogu, not Gormond.

    XcellanceXcellanceIl y a 3 mois
  • May I just say that I like the fact that the show is not divisive? It seems that nearly all Star Wars fans like it.

    Tony MidyettTony MidyettIl y a 3 mois
  • Am I deaf or did he call grogu gromond

    tom simmondstom simmondsIl y a 3 mois
  • Luke or Ahsoka should go in the World between worlds to stop the visions of the future ( Ep 7,8,9.) from happening. The High Republic is a failure because it has Trekkies and ppl who don't appear to know SW. The story is good at first but evil plants and space Vikings vs Jedi on dinosaurs and space horses with characters equal to Marvel's Snowflake & Safespace - New Mutants. Why would they (Disney) pay 4 billion for something just to ruin it? They could just restart it over at the beginning with their own Old Republic series showing the HyperSpace wars, then the Mandalorians vs Jedi and Tarre Vizsla's story, then the rise and fall of the Sith. Then a very long gap before leading up to the Clone Wars with the Out-bound Missions into the Unknown Region. Finally the events of the Phantom Menace then Clone Wars. Rebellion vs the Empire and the early days of the New Republic and Luke Skywalker's New Jedi Order. Have a new unknown Sith rise up but falls and the galaxy achieves everlasting peace. The end. It could be retold as cartoons and comics with some video games also. Maybe some live-action TV shows and movies. No Mary Sue Rey or Emo Kylo or return of Zombie Palpatine. No killing Han, Leia, or Luke. OR Don't bother remaking it all, just do the first 3 things I listed and then new Ep 7,8,9 with no children of Solo or Skywalker or Palpatine. There is an entire galaxy to explore. It doesn't have to be Skywalkers and Palpatines all the time.

    Figrin DanFigrin DanIl y a 3 mois
  • I think our favorite Mando is destined to rise to become the new Mandalore. The Dark Saber will stay with him I think. He knows the ancient ways his kind abandoned. He is confronted with the flaws of both modern Mandalorians and the flaws of past ones he represents. As he finds his way through the story's conflict he'll also find his own creed and religion. That strength is what the Mandalorian people need to rebuild. Not someone like Bo-Katan who would rebuild what has already been broken and proven flawed. She also has flaws of herself but while she starts to aknowledge her shortcomings Mando is becoming more and more aware of how strong and noble he really is. Anyway, I think it'll be real fun to see what the future holds.

    Dr. ObviousDr. ObviousIl y a 3 mois
  • more like wolf with cub

    DeadEndFrogDeadEndFrogIl y a 3 mois
  • Identity takes a big role in this TV show, just like... *Rango...*

    - Blackemperor-- Blackemperor-Il y a 3 mois
  • The acting and writing for this show is so bad I'm surprised it's gotten so big, people really were Star Wars deprived

    Ryan KellyRyan KellyIl y a 3 mois
  • I think if Meta Jared were here, he'd agree on that ending statement

    BogusMojoBogusMojoIl y a 3 mois
  • The special vise traditionally program because myanmar typically tremble in a colossal wrinkle. rabid, aware start

  • Very Seven Samurai-ish.

    OrangeandBlackOrangeandBlackIl y a 3 mois
  • I really enjoy the video thanks. I am also a Mandalorian fan and i have printed a big figure of him from 3D printer and painted it. Take a look from here . Also check my channel for other characters.

    Print and PaintPrint and PaintIl y a 3 mois
  • Bill Burr is a good stand-up comedian. I like the evolution of his character and how it took place in just 2 episodes

    NexusNexusIl y a 3 mois
  • SUMMARY____ Space WITCHER.

    Pranav PandeyPranav PandeyIl y a 3 mois
  • SUMMARY____ Space WITCHER.

    Pranav PandeyPranav PandeyIl y a 3 mois
  • Aren’t these literally the same themes as TLJ? This isn’t new territory for the series at all.

    Sergio IzzaqtSergio IzzaqtIl y a 3 mois
    • TLJ was hated and Mandalorian is loved by the same fans

      Андрей ШурочкаАндрей ШурочкаIl y a 3 mois
  • And the best part of literally EVERYTHING you discussed, we are shown all of this through Mandalorian, not simply told in blunt narrative or dialogue. It is all woven seamlessly into the story. And that is what makes Mandalorian the greatest chapter in Star Wars so far.

    Max FederleMax FederleIl y a 3 mois
  • It is dumb, simple and fun. All things star wars should be.

    TheCCPfearsANZTheCCPfearsANZIl y a 3 mois
  • Forgetting the fact John was popular throughout his career.

    Donelle BullockDonelle BullockIl y a 3 mois