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The Mandalorian's disparate plot threads coalesce in thrilling fashion during "The Reckoning," with familiar faces making a welcome return and the emotional stakes going into hyperdrive.
It's a superb slice of westernized sci-fi and a much-needed breath of fresh air that will leave viewers rabid to discover what happens next week in the season finale.
Plot-wise, "The Reckoning" is very clearly a prologue, but while that aspect is frustrating, the script by Jon Favreau and Deborah Chow's direction take advantage of the lulls to develop out the characters more than ever.
It is entertaining, spectacular, handles tension well. [Full Review in Spanish]
Deborah Chow once again proves here that she's a master director of Star Wars stories and if she wasn't handling the entire Kenobi series, I'd be rooting for her to step onto one of the feature films.
Sometimes, tropes are good. The Mandalorian delivered its best episode yet this week. Cara Dune and Kuill are back, and with relationships established and stakes clear, the characters seamlessly support an eventful, engaging episode.
With Season 1 wrapping up soon, it's about time The Mandalorian started delivering some cold, hard, Baby Yoda truths -- and "Chapter 7" delivers!
It was about time 'The Mandalorian' decided to develop its plot, and Chapter 7 does it quite spectacularly. [Full review in Spanish]
Chapter 7 demonstrated this season's grasp of episodic storytelling while still building toward the payoff of a serialized narrative.
I really enjoyed Cara in this one, too. She's becoming a fan favorite, and with good reason. How cool was it to find her competition fighting with a Dathomirian?!
The Mandalorian delivered an action-packed lead-up to its season finale, with returning faces, a nighttime assault, "more than four" stormtroopers and one gasp-worthy cliffhanger.
One thing I loved about this episode is how it tied things back to what came before... I am very glad that this week returned to the larger story and gave those past episodes more meaning in the process.
This episode is pretty darn epic.