Tonight we officially crossed the halfway point with the Ahsoka series and after watching it I now know why they put it in some theaters. Tonight’s episode titled ‘Shadow Warrior’ may have given us one of the best live-action series stories to date. I know that is a bold thing to say these days but seriously I do not know how you can disagree. So I will do my best to not spoil anything and let you know why I thought this story was amazing.

Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) (photo credit: Disney/Lucasfilm)

Ahsoka: Shadow Warrior Review

Wow, I don’t even know where to start! We pick up where we left off with Ahsoka and Anakin in the World Between Worlds, and you know what that’s where I’m going to stop. It would be an injustice to say any more about this episode. So this will also include my final thoughts. The Shadow Warrior had it all. From epic battles to trips down memory lane, creator Dave Filoni may have created his finest masterpiece to date. Not only was the story amazing it also had an emotional impact I haven’t felt in a Star Wars story in a long time. Even now I am sitting here struggling to put words on the screen because of all the feelings this episode stirred up. I laughed, cried, and sat in disbelief as this story made me feel like a kid again watching Star Wars for the first time.

Ahsoka Tano (photo credit: Disney/Lucasfilm)

Yes, I do have one major complaint. I wish this was shown in more theaters around the country. I am truly jealous of all the fans that not only got to see this on the big screen but they also got an amazing poster as well. I just could imagine what the theaters were like during certain scenes, I get chills thinking about it.

Other than that there is nothing else to say. This episode is what Star Wars is about and I can not wait for more.

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