There’s been no greater pop culture milestone than the Star Wars franchise. Starting in 1977, Star Wars has revolutionized filmmaking and genre, creating avenues of licensing and merchandising that has never been rivalled (Star Wars lipstick is a thing).
The most recent installation, The Last Jedi, has gone a step further than just inspiring people to fight with broomsticks or squawking like a Porg from Ahch-To. It has done something that the previous eight films, animated TV Oseries and countless books and comics have failed to do. It has made fans re-evaluate the characters that have lived in their hearts and imaginations since the first crawl appeared on screen.
I know what you’re thinking. There have already been a million articles dissecting The Last Jedi so why write another. Well, like most, The Last Jedi got me thinking but not about plot or character arcs. My fandom has been consumed by how this movie reconceptualised the idea of leadership.
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