Star Wars the Clone Wars movie:
Jabba the Hutt's son gets kidnapped and he looks to the Jedi Council to rescue his son. So the Jedi Council dispatch Obi-wan and Anakin to rescue Jabba's son. Since the Hutt's control most of the outer rims trade routes both the Republic and the Separatists want to rescue Jabba's son, the reward is to seize control of the outer rim trade routes. In the midst of this conflict the Jedi Council assign Anakin a Padawan named Ahsoka Tano to help resolve the conflict.
Personal Thoughts: great movie/episode overall. It picks up where Obi-wan and Anakin leave off on Christophisis and runs straight into this conflict, this episode introduced us to Ahsoka, who is one of the best characters in the show and shows that the relationship between her and Anakin is a little rocky to start. Great plot, this episode had great graphics, and great character dynamics. .
Rate: (out of 10) I give this episode a 9.
En palabras de mi teacher Yoda:
“El tamaño no importa. Mírame a mí. Me juzgas por mi tamaño, ¿eh? Y no deberías, porque mi aliada es la fuerza, y una poderosa aliada es… La vida la crea, la hace crecer, nos penetra y nos rodea… ¡Seres luminosos somos! ¡No esta cruda materia!.” #chaparritaempoderada#yoda#starwars
So yesterday @rei.kennex.cosplay posted on her story what Rose's purpose was in The Last Jedi, and I am going to elaborate on that. Rose is what's called a "pivotal character" who doesn't necessarily drive the story forward but is essential in the story arc of another major character and driving their story forward. In this case, that would be Finn, before meeting Rose all Finn cared about was finding Rey and getting away from the conflict, he didn't care about the Resistance. But when Rose and Finn go on their journey, Rose is essential in opening Finn's eyes to the real world and him seeing that something needs to stop the corruption in the galaxy. Basically, the sequence on Canto Bight is monumental in Finn's character progression, without Rose Finn would've fled the Resistance and be a lost cause; but because of Rose that changed, she showed Finn that he had a purpose and he needed to realize that he had a purpose. I could elaborate even further so feel free to ask more questions on the matter in the comments.