STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS: New War, Same Stars, More Money For Disney!
Less than forty years and any number of prequels, book, toys, games and the like, Star Wars is still a thing. We love our Star Wars as much as we love breathing, eating and pooping, and this was definitely a good thing for Walt Disney Co. upon purchasing Lucasfilm, Ltd. several years ago and acquired all its Star Wars content.
There are definitely some fun moments in the film as is, really, the whole movie in general. Unfortunately, save for some pretty stunning surprises, there's nothing really spectacular or unique about this filof tm that we don't already know are aware of as we speak. Really it's a film that aims to bring more to the table for a seemingly endless universe of heroes and villains for the hardcore longstanding fans of this franchise who are eager to see more characters, more dogfights, intergalatic war room politics, brutal family drama, emotive lightsaber battles and epic clashes of whose use of the Force is more powerful, etc. And for better or worse, there's nothing wrong with that.