When one thinks of Star Wars, one generally doesn’t think of Studio Ghibli. However, Zen – Grogu and the Dust Bunnies are the best of both worlds.
Star Wars is among one of the most beloved sci-fi franchises of all time. Of course, that was before some of the recent moves and choices Disney has made. Even so, the franchise as a whole is beloved by many and it makes sense.
Along the same vein, Studio Ghibli has its own band of loyal followers and viewers. The movies the company has produced are some of the best and most heartwarming films of all time. There is just something so comforting about settling in to watch a Studio Ghibli movie.
That’s why it was so awesome to see Star Wars and Studio Ghibli work together on something and the result is every bit as cute and adorable as you might imagine.
Zen – Grogu and the Dust Bunnies is the ultimate Monday pick-me-up.
As far as the plot goes, there really isn’t much of one in this short. It’s a short and it takes that word literally as the entire thing is only 3 minutes long including the credits. If you’re looking for a plot or anything resembling that, throw that out because it’s all vibes here.
Within those 3-minutes though, you’ll have a chance of dying of cuteness. There is just something so adorable about seeing Grogu and the Dust Bunnies together. Maybe it’s just me but I’ve already watched it a handful of times because it’s just that cute.
If you’re a fan of Studio Ghibli and Star Wars, you have to check it out. It’s the perfect palette cleanser after a busy day at work or the perfect way to unwind after your day in general. Even if you don’t love both franchises, you’ll get a kick from seeing how they interact.
While it might not be anything ground-breaking or noteworthy, Zen – Grogu and the Dust Bunnies gave me all of the cozy vibes I was looking for. Even thinking bout it now is making me smile so I know I’ll end up watching it before the day ends.
Zen – Grogu and the Dust Bunnies is currently streaming on Disney+.
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