Star Wars Review:
Star Wars: The Book Of Boba Fett – Imagine being a kid and seeing Boba Fett for the first time. Hopefully, it wasn’t the Holiday Special, but Empire Strikes Back. The first episode of The Book of Boba Fett seemed very much like what you’d think about Boba Fett after knowing his destiny in Return of the Jedi. His intentions aren’t as straightforward as they appeared in The Mandalorian. The once-feared bounty hunter honors his word and pays Din his debt.
This first episode was mostly history to get us to the point where we see him at the conclusion of season two of The Mandalorian. We can see where he is right now, but the show’s plot is still unclear. Is it because competing crime lords are attempting to depose him? Is there anything more nefarious at work?
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I’m not criticizing; it’s just a unique decision that others may find off-putting. It would be folly to try to outdo that scene in The Mandalorian. Instead of going broader, writer Jon Favreau chose to focus on Boba Fett’s character development. Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen’s chemistry is still strong in this scene. The entire scenario with Boba receiving tribute from various crime/businesses throughout Mos Espa is the greatest.
That ambush moment was just stunning. Returning to the topic of thinking about what Boba Fett is capable of, this came very close. Boba Fett blowing out an assassin with his jetpack is a scene that will live in infamy. In The Mandalorian, his action scenes were standouts, and director Robert Rodriguez capitalizes on that in this episode. It was also interesting to see that practically all of the animals were rendered with actual effects.
If that’s the intention of The Book Of Boba Fett, we’re in for a treat on the monster front. I assumed it to be a Rancor, but the beast in this episode has a pretty beautiful look. It was a vicious beast, and the event as a whole was horrific. This film stands apart from the other Star Wars films we’ve seen so far because of its savagery. All of the bustle and movement felt heavy in this place.
All of this culminated in Boba eventually obtaining the water from the Sand People. Simple writing like that may sometimes be the most effective. It doesn’t have to be difficult. We’d want to know how Boba got here, and then we’d like to know where he’ll go from here. These shows will not reveal everything in the first episode. The finest Disney+ programs, such as WandaVision and The Mandalorian, didn’t reveal everything all at once.