Why is it so boring?

Ever since I was a kid, I was obsessed about Boba Feet. I still remember spending hours upon hours drawing his awesome armor, his helmet, and the great green and rouge red color way.

After watching the Mandalorian, which I loved, I was eager to watch Boba Fett. However, after watching the first episode I was massively disappointed. Why? Some of my honest and constructive critique:

  1. First of all, it is just boring. As a viewer, I’m not really interested or captivated by Boba Fett himself. He just looks like an old fat dude. Far less enigmatic than the Mandalorian, in which you don’t know who the person is beneath the helmet. And this is what I think: the reason why we are captivated so much by the man behind the mask is that we think we are the person behind the mask. It might have been far more interesting if in the original writing script, you never saw the face of Boba Fett.
  2. It also seems that it would be much more interesting if Boba Fett was far more dark and sinister. He seems too hell-bent on justice, which is also boring. I thought he was supposed to be a bounty hunter?
  3. What I do like about the show is I like the scene in which Boba Fett has the recovery tank. It reminds me to sleep more and that more, in order to recover more.
  4. I am still grateful that Star Wars and Disney has created the show. I don’t think one should make a final critique, until the very end. Therefore most likely, I will watch the entire series, and then make my final judgment at the end.

What do we want out of media anyways?

And this is what I wonder the most: what do we really want out of these TV shows, films, and media? I think it is this: to expand our world, to expand our imagination, to expand our creativity, and to expand our wonderment of the world.

Therefore, for these media companies who desire to succeed, perhaps they should increase creative optionality, rather than restrict it.


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