Now that it has arrived Disney Plus we can continue to follow the Star Wars series without hearing each other Jack Sparrow fleeing from england. The fourth episode of the series, Pending issues (Unfinished Business) is an interesting, action-packed episode with some flashes of depth and characterization. Given the shortage inlast episode of something that seemed deepening of the characters, we can only be satisfied. If you missed the previous episodes, you can find the first and second here.
Trust is trust gained
The Republic's plans are not going exactly as expected: a bad mathematical algorithm is making the win Tecno Union any battle on Anaxesdespite the purchase of Echo in the team. The Separatists, led by Admiral Trench, manage the battlefield from a space cruiser, which Bad batch, together with Anakin, decides to assault. The plan is to send erroneous signals to Trench and to make the Republic win, led by Obi Wan e Windu, the battle. Things aren't exactly going for the best: Echo's help turns out to be crucial but this time it's Anakin who brings the success home. Again, however, acting "not exactly like a Jedi". Once he regained the Echo shipyard, earning the trust of his teammates, he joined (in effect, this time) the team.
It is complex to talk about Pending issues since, from a certain point of view, Migliora compared to the previous episode, all shots and explosions. Nothing to say about the graphics department which, with dozens of different scenes and several fights, is very pleasant; shame about the writing altogether, which in some cases appears a bit flat and not as full of pathos as in the previous episode. Trench turns out to be a very two-dimensional villain (pretty typical, actually) while Windu on some occasions he seemed like a simple bad-ass rather than a Jedi master. I was pleasantly impressed to see a previous design of the imperial ship and the ship consulate Republican I haven't seen since Episode 1!
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