Like last year Holidays before that are special, Lucasfilm and Lego’s latest special shift Due to the fault outside the cannon, dived The trilogy of ghost stories The dark side surrounds the artInformation. Like its predecessor, it’s best when it looks at a relationship from a true sequel trilogy, ignoring its non-canonicality.
Although its nature as a book of poetry Musta was loosely loosely themed around Poe Dameron’s three stories Mustafa’s crash-landing, and was dragged to check out Darth Vader’s castle There, the middle transition to a new hotel, because, Hello Walt Disney-I mean Horrible story It’s not Descriptively deep As Lego Star Wars Holiday Special Managed to be. But Among its fools and jokes, one Of More interesting stories The sequel deals with a similar approach to the most interesting characters. If Ray and Finn were at heart Holiday special, Then it’s Kylo Ren – or rather Ben Solo himself – who gets the most exciting time Horrible story, Especially in the first of three stories, “The Lost Boy. ”
A reef on a favorite vampire movie The Lost Boys (On the right is a gag that looks like it’s coming out of nowhere with the feature of a shirtless beetle) City Like the clue horn A certain oily saxophonist), The short is located in the vicinity of the newly formed JD Temple in Luke Skywalker. Luke (Eric Bauer’s voice) is trying to train all of his students equally, much to the frustration of teenager Ben (Matthew Wood), who is obviously better at perceiving his forces because of his lineage in the Army family. Selected one. This is quickly a point of frustration within youncle and nephew: Luke doesn’t want to hear Ben complain that other students are holding him, and Patience is a virtue that is unaware of Ben Luke’s wisdom and his arrogance over his power can lead him down a dangerous path.
All of this becomes questionable when Ben, after training, goes to a nearby outpost, crosses the path with the Knights of the Rain and their mysterious leader (by voice). Christian Slater, of all people). Ren immediately promises Ben exactly what Luke won’t do: power, freedom and, above all, listening. It was, and some nifty black dress and a nice helmet, but it sounds like Ben wanted more than anything else, all we knew was The actual current authenticity of the event Run up The forces are awake. We know how Ben felt about sending his parents to Luke’s academy, how Luke finally tried to keep his nephew safe. Creates self-doubt in him Which will push him away for good. “The Lost Boy” also channels all those rolling frustrations, even if it turns into something more like a freight boy biker gang than the roaming band of Dark Side Acolyte that killed the Knights of the Rain.
Where the short story goes far beyond the minimal details we know how Ben fell into the temptation of the dark side cannot be heard in the young man’s feelings. “The Lost Boy” climax occurs when the Knights and Ren try to pressure him LightLuke’s temple is lying on the ground, and the little boy tries to explain that he didn’t I want Ruin herncle’s work, he just wanted to reach out and understand. After a brief confrontation with Ren, when Ben tries to save the temple from the blaster fire, the former knight is defeated (ironically, Ben is finally listening to Luke’s lesson). But we still know the way they are known: by occupying Ren’s place, Ben becomes Kylo, pushed away from his uncle, who doesn’t understand why Ben feels isolated and neglected in the first place.
It may be playing mostly for a few gags, and it may not actually be part of the text that we know of Ben Solo’s character in the sequel trilogy. But for a show about the animated Lego minifigure, “The Lost Boy” is a story that can still strike a chord with Leah and Han’s son’s tragedy that seems to resonate. Regardless of its canonicity. But, it is By There’s a shirtless beetle playing the clue horn, which is pretty great on top of everything.
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