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Select the Light Side using the Limited Edition Light Side Graphics Sleeve variant of the title. This film derives a whole lot from the very first Star Wars, since it is Star Wars and only goes along as you could expect, yet it is still quite enjoyable. Star Wars: Crowds dazzle with a surface of nostalgic enjoyment made gleaming new-but beneath that mask, if you care to find it, lurks an abyss of futility. Definitely, the characters sound the same, and they do act the same, but they merely do not feel the same. Critics Consensus: Populated by both recognizable faces and fresh blood and packed with actions, The Force Awakens successfully recalls the show' former glory while injecting it with renewed energy.
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Critic Consensus: Packed with actions and populated by both familiar faces and fresh blood, The Force Awakens successfully recalls the series' former glory while injecting it with renewed energy. From the away, the picture of JJ Abrams sets out to shake Star Wars from its slumber, and reconnect the series with its much-pined- for past. But also, for all those enthusiasts who have been displeased with all the Prequel Trilogy, The Force Awakens is the much-needed reboot that takes fans back to the Star Wars of their youth.
This may start to make things right." So talks Max Von Sydow in the initial words of The Power Awakens; and how appropriate that is. InThis will begin to generate things right." So speaks Max Von Sydow in the initial words of The Force Awakens; and how appropriate that is. In short, The Power Awakens is a return to the ways of the first trilogy, an enormous triumph, and, particularly, what made them loved, and so great.
The new entry to the Star Wars universe is profoundly derivative, essentially an updated retelling of A New Hope, and while ignoring the backstory about the Primary 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.