QI’RA: Chapter Ten

T-38’s Story

As T-38 was sent away by Qi’ra because she wanted to be alone with Top Lieutenant Nienye she couldn’t contain her scowl.

Throughout her life, T-38 had worked so hard to be in the position that she was in now. Growing up on Mandalore she learned to be a warrior. In her young adult years, she joined the rogue group, Death Watch. Their goal to make Mandalore a world to be feared was a vision that motivated her. Plus, the lust for battle filled her very being and there was promise for many battles as a member of Death Watch.

Then Pre Visla was slain by the wicked Zabrak opportunist, Maul, and she took it upon herself to rise in the ranks of his new coalition, The Shadow Collective.

After nearly dying during a terrible accident on the moon world of Concordia, she was forced to undergo a massive procedure involving all of her limbs and half of her head to be replaced with metal parts. At first, she thought the alterations would, in fact, change her for the worse but it wasn’t long before she learned that her accident was the greatest thing that had ever happened to her. Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Ten

I’m Getting Ready to Watch ‘TENET’ a Second Time

Okay, about a month ago I watched TENET for the first time and my immediate response was…“WHAT THE HECK?!”

Christopher Nolan is a genius filmmaker, bringing complex stories like Inception and Interstellar to life in brilliant fashion while upgrading simple movies like The Dark Knight Trilogy to legendary status. However, his latest film was such a doozy that it left me scratching my head wondering whether I really loved his latest cinematic endeavor or was overwhelmed by his bloated ego. (And I was one of those moviegoers who understood Interstellar on my first viewing.) Sometimes less is more and TENET is nothing but more, more, more.

Well today I discover the truth. I will be going to see the two and a half hour time-inversion espionage flick this afternoon for the second time and I approach this fun activity with excitement and a bit of nervousness. Will this movie be the film that I expect it to be; a freaking brilliant masterpiece. Or will it devolve into that overly stuffed sandwich that’s got a lot of toppings but no flavor? I am very excited to share my thoughts with you later on this afternoon and I hope I will have great news.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day.