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Andor episode 10 review: Diego Luna's series is a step closer to the rebellion

The episode gets impressive as it progresses.

3.5/5rating
Andor episode 10 review: Diego Luna's series is a step closer to the rebellion
Andor - Diego Luna.
  • Shaheen Irani

Last Updated: 06.26 PM, Nov 13, 2022

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Story:

Andor is stuck working for The Empire till his last breath. He refuses to do so and needs to figure out a way to get out.

Review:

Andor commences from where the last episode ended. Things are messier and now Andor cannot take it anymore. So, he decided to take matters in his own hands. Where will that go?

Diego Luna enters the episode instantly and he is impressive already. This actor will keep growing on you with every passing episode.

Denise Gough as Dedra Meero, surprisingly, has a briefer appearance this time around. She tries to be impressive but has almost no screen space this time around.

India-origin Varada Sethu is back but only for a brief appearance. She’s a good surprise at max.

Genevieve O'Reilly’s Mon is in trouble this time around. While she is still flawless, the story around her gets complicated.

Stellan Skasgard is back and he's finally back in character but still isn't as magical as his entry on the show. His monologue, though, is pretty powerful.

This episode is probably one of the best in the longest time on the show now. This is mainly because of all the action it offers. The rebels are formed and they are here to stay till their final breath.

Verdict:

Episode 10 of Star Wars: Andor is the best in the longest time. Definitely give this one a watch.

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