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Star Wars #Theforceawakens Review. Short & Spoiler Free

Review by: John Meneghetti

As you all should know by now Star Wars: The Force Awakens was, or is, my most anticipated film for this year. And why not, I did name my daughter after the princess. I also tattooed her on my leg.

I want to keep all the spoilers out of this so this review will be straight to the point. Look for Matt's comprehensive review later this week and make sure to listen to our upcoming podcast for everything Star Wars.

So let's begin. GO SEE THIS MOVIE IN RPK, DX, IMAX or somewhere with awesome picture and sounds first off. We saw it in a small and older theater with really shitty sound. But I do appreciate seeing it early.

I liked how it holds up as its own perfect stand-alone movie and only requires you to know the basic Star Wars mythology to enjoy it.

We all knew that the crawl was going to be there at the beginning of the movie.

We learn the back story of who Finn, Rey, and Poe Dameron are all about. Or do we?

We also learn what our favorite smuggler & teddy bear have been up to for the last 30 years.

So what happen to the Resistance and the Empire? Watch the movie to find out.

There are many questions answered and not answered throughout the film. That's why they are making 2 more films. Why give it all away in the first film. They want more of your money.

Blah Blah Blah. Some awesome fighting scenes.

And the climactic battle.

Que Star Wars theme.

To recap there is a beginning, a middle and an end.


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Aaron Jones said…
Best. Spoiler free. Review. Ever. Thanks!

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