If you’ve never heard of Earthsea, don’t let that deter you from checking it out. It wasn’t too long ago that I heard of the Earthsea series for the first time myself, but after reading the first installment, A Wizard of Earthsea, I plan to continue exploring the fictional world that Ursula K. Le Guin has created.
Star Wars has always been about black-and-white heroism in a fun fantastical universe with admittedly bad theology. In its newest installment, the bad theology is mitigated, but to a certain extent, so is the heroism.
One might suspect by the simple title that my expectations to the most anticipated film of 2016 (personally speaking) were not met, but that shouldn’t be your conclusion. Rather, just take it as a caution that my expectations may not have been aligned to the correct reality…