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‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Is Where You Can Visit Old Friends And Feel Like You Never Left

  • December 16, 2015

Han is a substitute for a audience, vacant that he’s done it this distant in a galaxy’s history. Even naysayers turn disciples sometimes. And that is a beauty of “The Force Awakens”: It stands in astonishment of a predecessors, and but being corny, it is authorised to exist within a sad framework. It is paced most like a films of a strange trilogy, and a amusement is even some-more riotous. Abrams employs bend but creation it a gimmick. The film would rather plant an circuit for a many installments nonetheless to come

Along a way, callbacks are sprinkled via — in a visuals, a discourse and a music, oh, a music! Han takes Finn and Rey to a elaborate home of an “old friend” named Maz Kanata, a motion-capture alien

You’ll notice we haven’t mentioned many flaws in “The Force Awakens.” It’s not since they don’t exist. (The second half moves too quickly, creation a movement feel somewhat smothering.) It’s because, after so many years but these cinematic companions, it is illusory to declare them again as they exist in a memories. So few characters who lapse to a large shade get a revivals they deserve, both in and outward of “Star Wars.” That we can spend a few sprightly hours with these and travel divided enlivened is value eons of anticipation. Our pals have returned to a amatory arms, and new ones — looking during you, BB-8

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” opens Dec. 18.

 

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