Friday, January 31, 2020

Baby Yoda (The Child) & The Mandalorian Star Wars Series Reviewed

Baby Yoda (The Child) & The Mandalorian Star Wars Series Reviewed
With the release of "The Mandalorian" on the Disney channel, Star Wars fans have gone crazy over the adorable "Baby Yoda"!

In the The Mandalorian episodes, "Baby Yoda" is simply called "The Child".  After all, he is not Yoda.  He looks like Yoda to fans, therefore he is widely known off-screen as Baby Yoda. 

One look at "The Child", humans & creatures on and off-screen are smitten with his enchanting personality, as well as his looks.  A slight tip of the head is all it takes for "The Child" to have you under his spell.  You, too, will wish to hold and protect him! 
  



 

Star Wars:  The Mandalorian Series


 Star Wars The Mandalorian Poster BookCheck PriceMandalorians are an elite group of trained warriors who never reveal their own identity.  In the series, "The Mandalorian" is a bounty hunter for hire.  When a bounty hunter is commissioned to track, find, and capture a target, opinions of the target are not his concern.  However, when the Mandalorian sees the child, he doesn't have a clue about his species and wonders about his clients intent for this youngster.  As the story progresses, what becomes obvious to him is that "The Child" needs protection from his client.

To break the Guild code of conduct and steal the child in order to protect him, the Mandalorian must choose a lone existence, which makes him the hunted as well.

At times, he finds aid from friends, as well as a few who don't mind alliances as long as they are paid.  But every step alone this protective path has dangers.  The Child is fortunate to have a true warrior by his side and the Mandalorian finds out just how fortunate he is to have The Child by his side.

This is a fabulous Star Wars series that I highly recommend!  As a matter of fact, just reviewing it makes me wish to stop and watch it again.  I can hardly wait for season 2.  Beware though, "The Child" will steal your heart!





Season 1 is available to watch now on Disney Plus.  Season 2 is already in production and will release in the fall of 2020.







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Baby Yoda (The Child) & The Mandalorian Star Wars Series Reviewed Written by:
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5 comments:

  1. I want to adopt Baby Yoda! Those Mandalorians sound rather intriguing. Perhaps I need to get "with it" and up to date on popular culture. I feel a bit backwards when it comes to all things Star Wars. Somehow, I missed out on most of it (the whole Star Wars scene). Good thing I have you in my life to keep me from totally failing every Star Wars quiz. I know just enough to be dangerous!

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  2. My neighbor, another crochet crafter like me, recently crocheted a Baby Yoda - so adorable. Sure to win hearts everywhere. I can see this series becoming as popular as the original Star Wars movies.

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  3. My husband and I don’t have Disney Plus, but reading your review makes me wish we did! Even as a still image, The Child has an emotional pull on my heart. I can only imagine how much more compelling that pull must be when watching his character come alive with the magic of animation. I hope Disney will eventually make this series available through another streaming service, such as Amazon Prime Video.

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  4. I admire your reviews on things I've never watched or know much about. I've watched movies you've written about, especially the Avenger series, which I had no interest in, and now love - and Star Wars (hides) but yes, not much interest in - BUT you've peaked my interest, so I won't ignore this. And oh, what a cute Star Wars gift as well.

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  5. I know that Baby Yoda seems to hit the spot with a lot of people. He is kind of cute and I know there will be grandchildren in my family that won't be able to get enough of him.

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