Kevin_Robbins’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Book of Boba Fett (2021-) is a series that I recently watched on Disney+. The storyline follows bounty hunter Boba Fett as he claim leadership of Tatooine, which has recently become available with the passing of Jabba the Hutt. When a man arrives looking to take over the local spice trade, Fett's journey gets excitingly mixed with the Mandalorian.
This series was created by Jon Favreau (Iron Man 1 & 2) and stars Temuera Morrison (The Mandalorian), Ming-Na Wen (The Streetfighter), Jennifer Beals (Flashdance), Robert Rodriguez (Planet Terror), Pedro Pascal (Mandalorian) and Marlon Aquino (Lucifer).
The special effects were outstanding as are the depiction of the settings, aliens and universe the storyline takes place in. The series does a good job of establishing Fett, providing a worthwhile villain, and delivering the Mandalorian storyline in a parallel path before connecting the two characters. Everything was so well executed and the puzzle fits together perfectly. This was really exciting to watch unfold. The last three episodes were gold. I would score this a 8.5-9/10 and strongly recommend it.