‘Ahsoka’ continues the trend of more rather than better ‘Star Wars’
Ahsoka represents a lot of what’s currently wrong with the Star Wars franchise while maintaining just enough fleeting interest and general competence to keep me from throwing it away altogether. This is not awful, but it sure ain’t good.
Clocking in at eight episodes for a "season of television" — whatever that may mean these days — it starts off turgid and devoid of urgency and then gradually builds steam before ending on a major note of "to be continued" frustration. We’ve reached the point where a "season of television" is not even envisioned as an "eight-hour movie" but an "eight-hour half-a-movie."
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