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Andor

Andor

2022
Drama
Sci-fi
TV Series
Seasons: 1, Episodes: 12 Episode List
Prequel series to Star Wars' 'Rogue One', following the adventures of Cassian Andor during the formative years of the Rebellion (imdb.com).
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Andor

2022
Drama
Sci-fi
TV Series
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Rated 21 Sep 2022
89
97th
The Favreau-verse needs to step it up because THIS is how a Star Wars show should be. Actual dialogue, a plot, fresh places and characters, and a great score. Less of the last few series of glorified fan films and more of this please.
Rated 25 Sep 2022
80
83rd
Going out on a limb here, but this may actually be the first SW show/movie that is geared towards adults, like ever. And it's such a delightful slow burn...
Rated 21 Sep 2022
95
95th
The best Star Wars spin off so far. Characters are great, well acted. Does not feel cheesy or pointless. The depth of the plot is excellent. Can see how this will tie in well with Rogue One later.
Rated 24 Oct 2022
71
84th
Interesting deep characters and Luna is really likable. Its a completely different feel than Mandolorian universe.
Rated 21 Sep 2022
70
93rd
Okay this show is actually really good. Disney+ stepped it up this time around (not to give them too much credit though). Edit: this is definitely one of the best pieces of star wars media ever.
Rated 04 Dec 2022
15
40th
Why does disney hate me
Rated 24 Sep 2022
5
57th
Between Rogue One, Solo, Obi-wan Kenobi and now this I feel like I’m burned out on the between Revenge of the Sith and New Hope era of the Star Wars mythos (and will likely get sick of the after Return of the Jedi / before Force Awakens era next). Let’s get some stories either set after the end of Rise of Skywalker or before Phantom Menace
Rated 05 May 2024
88
89th
Maybe the best thing that came out of Star Wars Universe. It is a multilayered story, no corners cut, everything just oozes effort and determination. It has all the details the main Star Wars series lack; we finally understand what is so bad about Epire; brilliant acting all around, it was really a joy to watch. It will even make me rewatch Rogue One I think.
Rated 23 Jun 2023
96
91st
Pretend Star Wars doesn't exist. Picture a show set in outer space. It follows a guy who's trying to find his heritage & do right by his family in an increasingly fascist world, as well as the people he meets navigating the same problems from in & out of the machine. Somewhere between Firefly, Prison Break, Brazil & HBO's Rome, you get this tale of the banality of evil, the price of freedom, and the undying spirit of hope. There is "One way out!" for Star Wars, and it is more content like Andor.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
70
84th
For some reason, I rewatched it (rarely do any rewatches) and my opinion significantly improved. This is besides the prison arc which I found lowering the bar in previous episodes. Hopefully we'll get more of same mindset/cinematography with a better story structure which can make it high tier in my criteria.
Rated 29 Nov 2022
75
55th
It’s certainly the best thing so far in this era of Disney Wars but that’s hardly a compliment. Andor has three issues: Andor the character is a flatline, the existence of Rogue One makes the events of the show feel fairly pointless/anticlimactic and the Sequels effectively ruined the Rebellion and so what did these people die for anyway if there’s just another Empire-lite on the way. If you ignore all of these things it’s pretty good.
Rated 27 Nov 2022
80
54th
I think Star Wars sucks and I thought this was good.
Rated 27 Nov 2022
100
98th
Hands down the best Star Wars TV series
Rated 24 Nov 2022
95
98th
Delivers a delightful change of pace to the Star Wars I know and love. I don't want all Star Wars to be like this but I absolutely love it as a complimentary tale in the universe.
Rated 23 Nov 2022
85
85th
This is what I've always wanted from Star Wars. A mature, intense and humane series which stands on its own without the Jedi or lightsabers. The writing is just amazing, including multiple impressive monologues. The acting is some of the best in Star Wars, and even the score is up there with the originals. So excited for season 2.
Rated 19 Nov 2022
85
95th
Wow! This is the first truly great thing in the Star Wars universe since 1980 and the "Empire Strikes Back". Amazing stuff. The Empire is truly threatening again and this could be the first SW thing that does not include children in its target group.
Rated 01 Mar 2023
95
76th
The best SW Show besides Mando. Mature Themes Like War, Violence Politic and Sex closest Thing as a Got Like Star Wars Show.
Rated 09 Jul 2023
60
66th
Decent acting, interesting world. A bit too much overwrought heroic drama and a couple of weak characters detract from the overall experience.
Rated 05 Aug 2023
80
95th
Season 1
Rated 20 Mar 2023
81
73rd
Season 1: Very enjoyable overall. I have a bit of a problem with prequels, and especially with Star Wars prequels. (Though isn't almost everything in Star Wars a prequel at this stage?) This is a prequel to a prequel, but does it's best work when it just finds itself in a mini genre movie. The repeated 3-episode arc structure isn't always that effective. A few could have been trimmed down, but great moments throughout, and every setting looks and feels solid.
Rated 16 Apr 2023
79
84th
Who would've guessed that using proper screenwriters would make even SW universe have real people?
Rated 30 Aug 2023
85
81st
It starts out slow so I wasn't too sure about it at the start, but I think it picks up and gets REALLY good from the second half of the first season. Can't wait to see more!
Rated 10 Jun 2024
75
58th
The first 6 episodes felt fresh, were meticulously paced and visually stunning: 88. The rest of season 1 lacked purpose and originality, except for maybe the way the prison was set up: 62.
Rated 26 Sep 2023
90
66th
Rogue One was fine, but this is solid. It leans into politics (could've used more of that, really!) and grounds it all pretty well. Also I thought Bill Irwin was the droid, and he's not, and I don't know how to process that.
Rated 05 Oct 2023
80
78th
Not even a sleepy first three episodes and a dud of an ending one can prevent this from being a high rated show from me. There are two main plot points - a heist and an escape - and both are done with more drama and suspense than anything Star Wars has done since the final fight of Return of the Jedi.
Rated 26 Oct 2023
68
45th
It's alright. The last episode is really well put together. However, it is little more than competent. There are lots of boring conversations that are supposed to drum up jeopardy for characters we barely know anything about. The Empire is so absolutely, over-the-top evil that it just doesn't feel believable. And it's also no surprise that the Rebels spend so long getting their arses kicked in the movies, as it appears the movement was started by absolute morons.
Rated 11 Nov 2023
7
75th
Better of the newer star wars series's but does so by losing the star wars feel. This is a small scale dive and you don't get the titular war of the stars you'd rightly be coming for based on the saga. All for close looks at maul or Plo Kloon series but S01 Clone Wars 2006 was above this.
Rated 24 Feb 2024
92
43rd
Gripping and real, especially compared to its peers.
Rated 28 Jan 2024
80
78th
this is brilliant andor kinda unnecessary
Rated 06 Jun 2024
82
74th
TV: often exceeds its considerable hype - and with flair and substance too. Paraphrasing someone's response: 'I did not think that Disney was capable of putting out a mature show like this, let alone in the form of an original Star Wars franchise entry'. Felt like it was probably designed to be a movie at some point, so highly recommend watching in feature-length sessions (2-3 eps) for sake of better pacing (and odd early tonal shifts). Waiting n years for season 2 sucks, however (fix this pls!)
Rated 16 Mar 2023
62
16th
I know the series has found a lot of appeal among Star Wars fans and that's fine.But for me the spark just did not jump over.It was much too boring in places and did not feel like Star Wars to me. Qualitatively very good, which leads me to ask why they could not put the same energy and money in Obi-Wan, which also applies to the duration of the season and the individual episodes.
Rated 15 Mar 2023
85
92nd
Cuts almost all of the Star wars bloat to create a satisfying and grounded sci-fi experience.
Rated 14 Mar 2023
80
80th
S1: 80/100
Rated 02 Feb 2023
75
77th
I wasn't particularly fond of 'Rogue One' but this nicely cast and impressively made genrebending entry in a rapidly expanding franchise worked surprisingly well.
Rated 09 Jan 2023
70
76th
good series
Rated 31 Dec 2022
90
96th
Not everything Star Wars needs to be like this, but wow does this help ground the universe. There is no weak point that I can think of, I want to see the second series.
Rated 29 Dec 2022
85
81st
[Season 1] Not a big fan of Star Wars, but I am a huge fan of fantasy stories with great storytelling and worldbuilding. Andor is everything that was missing from the Star Wars universe. Delicious moral complexity and an astoundingly tactile production. The world of Andor is always real. It feels like you could follow any of the tertiary characters and discover a full life and universe completely orthogonal to the show itself. I especially loved how capable everyone were, even the bad guys.
Rated 01 Dec 2022
90
94th
S1: 90
Rated 27 Nov 2022
92
93rd
The Rogue One arc is an antidote to the middling sequels and prequels films.
Rated 27 Nov 2022
30
7th
First couple of episodes put the bar pretty high, and after episode three or four, the show totally plummeted.
Rated 13 Nov 2022
73
70th
A pleasant surprise. Look what the franchise can do when it's actually telling a story and not just fanservicing and just referencing the uncreative fairytale that started the hype ages ago
Rated 21 Oct 2022
90
79th
i love the darker tone, political intrigue, scale, and world building .. far better than previous disney garbage. makes the mando feel childish.. gets better and better.
Rated 28 Sep 2022
85
94th
S1: Second best entry in the whole franchise after Empire, it has the good parts of R1 without rewrite clunkiness & uncanny valley Tarkin - that is, moral ambiguity, no Skywalkers, new characters in new places, with a great 70's/ brutalist/ "used" look to everything. Highlights besides Luna & Skarsgard are the whole ISB office politics dynamic between Gough & Lesser, and that naked miner guy from Chernobyl popping up and stealing every scene. Just give Kathleen Kennedy's job to Tony Gilroy.
Rated 23 Sep 2022
64
25th
Full disclosure, only watched the first ep. No character was appealing to me- very little alien presence. Not sure what the plot is even fully about, because Andor's just looking for his sister, crosses the wrong people, things go south and he shows he's cold-blooded for no reason I can discern. I don't see any reason to follow this char, the flashbacks went nowhere and just seemed to fill episode time. It's boring, unappealing characters, does not feel Star Wars, offers nothing I want.
Rated 24 Dec 2022
100
99th
Someone really needs to make a collection with all of the pro-radical representation in media that's come out lately, and then some.

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