‘Andor’ Episode 4 REVIEW
The brilliant look into the rebellion continues in this masterclass from Lucasfilm, this is our Andor Episode 4 REVIEW.
From the very start of the series, Andor was set to build off of the legacy of one of the greatest creations in Lucasfilm history.
That was a story that moved away from the Skywalker family and toward the cause that they championed.
Rogue War was tremendous but also felt like the tale of that very rebellion’s final moments.
Andor Episode 4 takes that idea and continues building a foundation of a project that feels like that rebellions origin
The series is, with no hesitation, one of the most engrossing projects that Lucasfilm- and Disney+ have ever executed.
There are episodes that have exceeded 45 minutes that feel so engaging they feel like 30-minute television programs.
Where Andor is truly special is in its writing, which has built a narrative that feels like a true espionage story.
This isn’t simply a call to arms that galvanized a people, this is the story of the devastatingly high stakes.
These are characters who are true renegades, but not in any kind of appealing way.
These are rebels committed to death for the cause.
The performances are also incredible, with Diego Luna and Skellan Skarsgard working tremendously off of each other.
The latter is a revelation as a seasoned rebel leader, and the appearance of Mon Mothma adds yet another formidable performer.
Lucasfilm’s work on Disney+ has been a tad inconsistent, but it is clear that Andor represented an incredible outing for the studio.
Closer to The Mandalorian than Book of Boba Fett, this could end up being one of the better Star Wars stories we’ve ever been told.