It’s been 42 years in the making, but finally The Rise of Skywalker, the final film in the nine-film epic space opera saga called Star Wars, debuted in Dec. 2019. In this podcast episode, the topics discussed include: The reasons behind fans embracing the film and film reviewers critiques of it. The view of God in the Star Wars films, how The Rise of Skywalker affects the theology of the series, and how the meaning of Star Wars changed over the nine films.
This spoiler-filled podcast episode is a conversation with Journal author Phil Tallon about his film review of The Rise of Skywalker directed by J.J. Abrams entitled, “The Dead Won’t Stop Talking: A Review of The Rise of Skywalker”.
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