‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens:’ It Could Easily Have Gone Wrong, But It Didn’t

By April Lara | 1 year ago
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens:’ It Could Easily Have Gone Wrong, But It Didn’t
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So far, “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens” has been doing really well in the box office. Ever since it’s release last week in cinemas, a huge fanbase of the iconic movie series made sure that they get a ticket to see the latest instalment of their favorite sci-fi film. The question is, is it really that good? Or is it just hyped up?

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One of the most anticipated part of the “Star Wars” franchise is that if director J.J. Abrams still has his flair for bringing in the epic galactic days back. The prequel trilogy of the franchise was released between the years 1999-2005 and it did really well in the box office. And it looks like, Abrams has delivered well again because fans and critics have given their seal of approval that the movie will certainly not disappoint as reported by ABC News.

According to Rotten Tomatoes, 97% out of 100 are positive reviews regarding “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” While Metaritic holds 83 positive reviews out of 100. Here are some examples of what critics have to say about the film. Don’t worry, we come in peace and will only deliver a spoiler-free review:

“This could easily have been a mess, but in nearly every way that the film could have gone wrong, it doesn’t. ‘The Force Awakens’ finds just the right path through reverence and respect to find invention, ushering a new generation into its galaxy of iconic visuals and reliable heroes by raising the epic stakes, while keeping the narrative, for the most part, focused and propulsive.” – Vanity Fair, Richard Lawson.

And here’s another one from Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post:

“Filled with incident, movement and speed, dusted with light layers of tarnished ‘used future’ grim, it captures the kinetic energy that made the first film, from 1977, such a revelation to filmgoers who marvelled at Lucas’s mashup of B movies, Saturday-morning serials, Japanese historical epics and mythic heft.”

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With such awesome reviews, there’s nothing to expect but really an epic return of one of the most loved franchise in the world of movies. Enter the galactic universe once again with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

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