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The Mandalorian concludes with whiz-bang action and a heartening dose of "Redemption" while teasing tantalizing new adventures to come.
The finale served as one long, spectacular vindication of Kuiil's point of view.
"Chapter 8: The Redemption" has high stakes, but its quieter moments also offer satisfying payoffs.
The Mandalorian has worked as an adventure-of-the-week episodic show, but these past two episodes have revealed those episodes as part of a grander design telling a cohesive story.
Its closure works well as a starting point for a new set of adventures that have room for improvement. [Full Review in Spanish]
Taika Waititi Mandalorian finale is the best episode ever
A dramatic and unexpectedly funny (temporary) finale for this notable series. [Full review in Spanish]
With the second stage of our quest defined, we know where the second season is headed, but we still don't know what adventures it will bring.
A show that has reinvigorated many fans and their love of Star Wars, The Mandalorian was nothing short of amazing in its finale.
The show, and episode eight in particular, remains a good Star Wars story that isn't interested in subverting or digging into anything bigger but delivers an adventure that fascinates and delights nonetheless.
The first-ever live-action Star Wars TV show wrapped up its inaugural run with "Chapter 8," an explosive episode that concluded one story and prepped audiences for another.
The Mandalorian closes its first season with an action-packed installment that leaves us with more questions than answers, but still offers valuable insights into our core characters.
This finale, helmed by Taika Waititi, was action-packed, gave more backstory to our hero and revealed just enought to keep him mysterious but further let audiences buy into this story.