The inaccuracy is fixed by Mon Mothma’s mention of Canto Bight in the season 1 finale of Andor, who explains one of the arguments for its inclusion in Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. Many fans of the Star Wars franchise continue to have strong disagreements about 2017’s Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. Both supporters and critics of Rian Johnson’s epic movie can agree that Canto Bight was the worst scene in Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi.
Highlighting how locals in Canto Bight benefited from both sides of the conflict was one of the goals of Finn and Rose Tico’s visit. To fully get the point across, Andor’s amusing talent for addressing the gravest Star Wars issues was necessary. The most despised story arc in Star Wars: Episode VIII – Mon Mothma’s allusion fixes the Last Jedi to Canto Bight during a crucial ending scene, which puts the full force of Andor’s first season behind Canto Bight’s heinous past.
Andor Demonstrates Just How Difficult the Star Wars Rebellion Was
Mon Mothma sets up her husband, Perrin Fertha, to take the fall for certain financial misdeeds connected to the Rebellion in the Andor season 1 finale. During her acclaimed acting workshop, Mon Mothma says, “You need a casino to survive. Fine. You travel to Canto Bight and complete your tasks there.” The turning point reveals that Canto Bight is where an evil person like Perrin Fertha would fit in just fine, which is just one of Mon Mothma’s familial twists. In the context of Andor’s first season, a reference that might typically be harmless turns into something altogether else.
Traditionally, Star Wars has made a sharp distinction between good and evil, but over the past decade, this has gradually eroded. Andor illustrates the complexity of the Rebellion by highlighting the numerous, often dubious sacrifices made by everyone from Mon Mothma and Luthen Rael to the Ferrix residents. Even though Perrin Fertha is unlikeable and unconcerned by the Empire’s increasing evil because he can afford to care less, he doesn’t deserve to be falsely disparaged. But those types of sacrifices were required for the Rebellion to be successful.
Why Canto Bight’s Story in The Last Jedi Offended So Many People
Even if Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi lacked the time and space that Andor had, it at least made an effort with its Canto Bight sequences to examine the hazy boundaries between good and evil. Despite the built-in reasons why they had to go to Canto Bight, those sequences with Finn and Rose Tico, unfortunately, backfired since they felt so out of place and possibly even a little needless. That’s unfortunate because their time in the city addressed some of the same topics that Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Andor from 2016 more effectively dealt with.
The Last Jedi from Star Wars: Episode VIII at least made a careless attempt to implement Nemik’s philosophy in Andor. The sacrifice of Mon Mothma’s spouse and the mention of Canto Bight helped save not only the future of the Rebellion but a Star Wars movie from not too long ago, even though the Canto Bight parts in the movie eventually fell flat. We don’t yet sure what else the magnificent Andor can accomplish in its forthcoming and last season.