First was The Mandalorian and next is Cassian Andor.
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Flatliners is a remarkable film. Specifically, it's remarkable in that it takes an intriguing and ripe concept and does almost nothing with it. Instead, it fulfils the promise of its title by offering up a boring, lifeless story, fills it with dull, unsympathetic characters, and then keeps the thrills to an absolute minimum.
The most moving moments in the history of Star Wars are always the darkest. The end of The Empire Strike Back and the deaths of Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda are a few examples on a much longer list. Thankfully, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story understands that and more. It's a movie that nails what it means to be Star Wars in seemingly every way, and it's not afraid to scare the bejeezus out of a few kids to get there.
For Cassian Andor, fighting for the Rebellion is a way of life. It is "the only choice," actor Diego Luna told us at the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story press event this weekend. As the character becomes wrapped up in the mission to steal the Death Star plans, he becomes even more committed to the cause. "The hope for freedom in the galaxy -- it's everything for him. He's been fighting for the Rebellion all his life, and he doesn't have anything else."