Lucasfilm and airy director J.J. Abrams join forces to take you back again to a galaxy far, far away as Star Wars returns to the big screen with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This film derives a whole lot from the first Star Wars, and just goes along as you could expect, yet it is still very satisfying because it's Star Wars. Star Wars: The Force Awakens dazzles crowds with a surface of nostalgic enjoyment made shiny new-but beneath that mask, if you care to see it, lurks an abyss of futility. Surely, the characters sound the same, and they do behave the same, however they simply do not feel the same. Critics Consensus: Populated by fresh blood
and both familiar faces and packed with actions, The Force Awakens successfully recalls the series' former glory while injecting it with renewed energy.
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look at our web site. " So talks Max Von Sydow in the first words of The Force Awakens; and how appropriate that is. InThis will start to generate things right." So speaks Max Von Sydow in the very first words of The Force Awakens; and how appropriate that is. In a nutshell, The Power Awakens is a return to the ways of the initial trilogy, an enormous success, and, specifically, what made them so loved, and so great.
There have been many mistakes made in this film, from the selection to completely eradicate all Star Wars works before it accept the 6 pictures (which alienated all of Star Wars's biggest fans), to not having a single threatening villain that might be dreaded, to the protagonist inexplicably obtain the powers of Jedi knight in a single day with no training, to essentially ripping off the plot from Episode IV in one of the most sluggish writing stunts in cinema history.
The brand new entry into the Star Wars universe is deeply derivative, essentially an updated retelling of A New Hope, and while dismissing the backstory about the Initial Order mostly muffles the events of Return of the Jedi, the new characters are interesting enough that J.J. Abrams has successfully made me excited about the new installments, rather than cringing, as I did after The Phantom Menace.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens pumps life and new vigor right into a hallowed franchise in a sense that both resurrects points and old enjoyments in promising new directions. Disney was not scared to add dreary moments where needed, comprise a hard-hitting (if not wholly unforeseen) twist, and leave the storyline in a spot where you are bouncing in your seat to learn what happens next. The Force Awakens is more of a bridge than a completely new era, but it lets audience live again in a galaxy far, far away.