Tag Archives: Star Wars

Inspiration for Star Wars fangirls… and other dreamers

It’s Your Universe, You Have The Power To Make It Happen by Ashley Eckstein. For those unfamiliar with the name, Ashley Eckstein is the actress who voiced the Star Wars animated character Ahsoka Tano on Star Wars: Clones, and in the … Continue reading

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Trying to understand the business of movies?

I enjoy reading books on the making of movies. Like potato chips, the books come out, are read on the sofa, and you go on to the next. Every now and then, a book will stick in your mind. When … Continue reading

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#ColorOurCollection and #SW:TFA in Imax: updates

What’s the use of a blog if you can’t update your earlier postings on such things as “#StarWars ” and “#ColorOurCollection” ? Update on ” #StarWarsTheForceAwakens ” see it your way: I went to see SW:TFA for a fourth time at … Continue reading

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See it your way: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in 3 different theaters

It’s been a month. If you’ve managed to stay spoiler-free about “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, then you must be living an Internet-free life or as a recluse in an Irish island monastery – and will not be reading this. … Continue reading

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens (spoilers)

I put off this review for three weeks but it’s hard to imagine that anyone who wants to see it hasn’t: 1) found a way, 2) or inadvertently, read spoilers. If you want to avoid this review, go ahead. Yes, there … Continue reading

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American commerce was alive and well at Dragon Con

Ignore the ups and downs of the Dow; the American consumer will shell out for luxuries if they can have it ‘their way.’ I was recently asked how the American economy was going. I can say, that as of Labor Day … Continue reading

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What has the 21st century done to the Bard?

So, what’s with the changes to the Bard? People are having fun with him again. For years, students have been dragged to performances, condemned to perform in, listen to their classmates recite or watch the BBC versions in darkened classrooms (which are … Continue reading

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