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December 21, 2015

NON POLITICAL POSTING: My Star Wars: The Force Awakens REVIEW!

The lovely wife and I saw THE FORCE AWAKENS last night and now I have my SPOILER FREE REVIEW:

Ok. Here goes.
At a little more than 2 hours, The Force Awakens gives up some hearty action and deep story though [SPOILER REDACTED] and then [SPOILER REDACTED] and [SPOILER REDACTED] (when they bother to show) overpower the overall Macedonian-themed [SPOILER REDACTED] zeitgeist.

And I have to say the political intrigue of the second act (Act II) felt a bit predatory and yet still oddly derivative, though only the profoundest francophobes in the audience probably got the Piaf-ian puns. However obvious that is (and let's be honest, IT IS) it still doesn't over shadow the most flickeringly painful flaw of the work: that [SPOILER REDACTED] and then [SPOILER REDACTED] while headed to [SPOILER REDACTED] in their brand new [SPOILER REDACTED] fail to spot the [SPOILER REDACTED] and then, when push comes to shove and the rubber meets the road, most disappointingly [SPOILER REDACTED].

All in all I'd have to say that [SPOILER REDACTED] and [SPOILER REDACTED] and then [SPOILER REDACTED] while [SPOILER REDACTED] and [SPOILER REDACTED] treat [SPOILER REDACTED] like [SPOILER REDACTED] they, once again [SPOILER REDACTED], [SPOILER REDACTED], [SPOILER REDACTED] and finally, bewbs.
There.  That's it.

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