‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ has everything the Star Wars fan wanted… and hoped for | Spoiler-free review

Disney Plus surprised all Star Wars fans by announcing an early premiere of ‘, the long-awaited series starring Ewan McGregor set 10 years after the devastating events of ‘Episode III: Revenge of the Sith’. The fans did not take long to express their reactions to what happened on a project that took a long time, but that we finally see on screens.

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Below we present an analysis of the first two chapters of ‘Star Wars: Obi Wan Kenobi’ and we detail which were the most outstanding aspects of this popular production that reveals the hidden life of the Jedi master after his exile on Tatooine.

POWERFUL START

The series manages to catch the viewer with a shocking and emotional opening scene. Just as it happened in the animated series ‘Bad Batch’, the first seconds are so powerful that it is impossible not to feel nostalgic with the dire events that occurred in Episode III.

Obi Wan on Tatooine, where he is tasked with taking care of Luke Skywalker.

A BROKEN AND WEAK OBI-WAN

Undoubtedly, it was an emotional preamble to narrate the events that occurred 10 years later and contextualize the viewer. Second act, Obi-Wan Kenobi enters the scene to show us the most broken and weak side of him. And it is that we will not only see the fall of an empire, but also the emotional collapse that the breaking of his bond with Anakin Skywalker, now turned into Darth Vader, still generates.

Obi-Wan has been transformed into a hermit for survival. And as Ewan McGregor himself said, much of the psychological side of his character is inspired by the adult version of Alec Guinness, the reminiscent ‘Ben Kenobi’ from the original trilogy, And she did succeed. His ‘quiet’ lifestyle is upended when a last-minute assignment forces him out of retirement and back into action.

'Obi-Wan Kenobi', the new Star Wars series premiered on Disney Plus. (Photos: Disney)
‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, the new Star Wars series premiered on Disney Plus. (Photos: Disney)

REVA, AN OBSTINATE VILLAIN

On the other hand we have to mention the Inquisitors. While it is true that ‘The Grand Inquisitor’ is the character with the greatest relevance and weight in the franchise, finally ‘Reva’ totally takes the praise as an antagonist. When the villain manages to generate antibodies and even rejection, organically, it means that the actor did his job very well and this happens with Moses Ingramwho manages to prominently play the stubborn ‘Third Sister’.

'Obi-Wan Kenobi', the new Star Wars series premiered on Disney Plus. (Photos: Disney)
‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, the new Star Wars series premiered on Disney Plus. (Photos: Disney)

NOSTALGIA AND EMOTIVITY

Nostalgia is also manifested with the return of endearing characters and, above all, with the younger versions of the already established protagonists. from the Star Wars franchise, Luke and Leia. There is nothing left to do but wait to find out what history has in store for us and, above all, how the much talked about possible fight between Obi-Wan and Darth Vader will be.

‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ managed to excite fans with all the ingredients they wanted so much to see on screen and that they missed a character whose presence is essential for the development of the prequels, original saga and the new trilogy.

The years of waiting for this project, which seemed impossible just a few years ago, were worth it. The Star Wars universe remains current and expands with the new series and projects that will soon see the light. May the Force be with us on this new journey.

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‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ has everything the Star Wars fan wanted… and hoped for | Spoiler-free review


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