Alex Robinson and Pete The Retailer analyze, criticize and philosophize the STAR WARS movies, one minute at a time.
Last Jedi Minute 76: The Snap
Guest commentator Riley Silverman returns to watch what Rey sees as she gazes into the Magic Force Mirror to discover the secret of her parents!
Last Jedi Minute 75: Infinity Steeles
Guest commentator Steele Saunders is here to catch some Reys way down in the hole and gives us his HONEST opinion of #TheLastJedi!
Last Jedi Minute 74: Space Bones
Guest commentator Steele Saunders from Steele Wars joins Rey as she takes the plunge into the magic wet swamp hole!
Last Jedi Minute 73: Milhouse
Luke Skywalker ignites the green but is it enough to satisfy guest commentator Steele Saunders?
From a certain point of view!
Last Jedi Minute 72: The Ripple
Rey says hello to Swolo but guest commentator Steele Saunders is untoppable!
Last Jedi Minute 71: Spiral Staircases
Guest commentator Steele Saunders arrives just in time to watch BB-8 & DJ help Rose & Finn evade the Canto Bight police!
The future is bright?
The commentary an the original trilogy was so fun and textured. It’s amazing that this podcast created a genre. I’m being very selective on the TLJ episodes. The guests don’t seem to be adding much except for cringy skits. Hopefully Disney gives Alex and Pete something to talk about.
A Trusted Companion
The Star Wars Minute has been a trusted companion in the darkest of times. Their obsession over trivia and minutia knows no bounds. The troubles of the day melt away as you learn the names of the obscurest of Imperial officers and most vulnerable of Jedi.
Oldies but softies
I’m a longtime fan of SWM. I started listening back in the first season. I’m doing a re-listen (and keeping up with current TLJ episodes) and I love how the duo, especially Pete, has come around on being Star Wars sticklers. I could sit here and list examples but at the end of the day it can best be summed by a true love and appreciation of many a Star War, even the bits they aren’t huge fans of. Contain multitudes, they do, and you can too.
So take your first step into a larger world and listen.