The Mandalorian season 2, episode 4 review: “Has my sensory unit in overload”

Warning: This is the Way to our The Mandalorian season 2, episode 4 review which contains major spoilers – turn around to avoid having the new episode ruined!

Let’s start by dealing with Gina Carano. There have been some calls from fans to dismiss her from the show following some unsavoury Twitter activity. Rather than wading into that debate, I simply hope we do not revisit Carano’s character Cara anytime because… well… she’s not very good. Her performance as the smirking badass is incredibly one-note, with every line delivery playing the same. Nowhere is this more distracting than her final scene, when we discover the former Empire brute came from Alderaan – the first planet destroyed by the Death Star in Star Wars: A New Hope. That’s some huge emotional baggage to carry around. Yet, none of that comes through as she reveals: “I lost everyone.” The New Republic trooper replies with another slightly clunky line, “I’m sorry for your loss,”  but thankfully composer Ludwig Göransson’s on hand to do the heavy lifting with a nostalgic cue.

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