>>93992905>Favorite Part of the movie
The Toffee goo stuff, Star's transformation, and his death were all pretty metal. Still shocked they went there this early but they pulled that off about as well as they could either way.
Other good stuff: Moon turning out not to have been as badass as the tapestry implied, Ludo breaking down about the spellbook, Star and Ludo's conversation about Toffee in the wand, Moon attempting to cast the Darkest Spell again. In general I think they've recently really nailed making the episodes solid and the character interactions/dialogue strong-- despite the fact that the overarching plot suddenly seems to have gotten really iffy.>Least favorite part of the movie
Feels like we're lacking some context about the Moon the Undaunted episode-- from everything related to Moon's mother's death to what Moon went on to do about the monsters. Toffee's motivation wasn't presented well at all let alone how he knows the stuff he knows (granted that could come up later but since he seems pretty definitively dead they could've tried for some of that when he was alive).
All that stuff can be assumed, but a little more of it and a little less implication could've made this stronger.>Anything you love?
God-Mode Star is gorgeous. If we get to see her brutally murder a guy on screen with a smile in the middle of the series I can't imagine what kind of beautiful genocide she'll commit by the end.>Anything you were disappointed with?
What the fuck are they even doing with the larger plot anymore. Eclipsa's obviously coming back but until she does I guess we're gonna be in a weird limbo of having no outside pressures or greater threats (Miss Heinous doesn't count).
Also several episodes in the movie seemed to raise interesting questions or present certain implications that never were followed up on and indeed might never be. It's weird, the individual episodes were all really solid but the plot of the show itself could easily fall off a cliff right now.