Disney Sponsored Fan Fiction The Force Awakens Is A Disgraceful Example Of Corporate Filmmaking.

For those praising this film, Star Wars Episode 7 is a despicable corporate product of a movie, that leeches off the imagination of the man who created its universe, while simultaneously giving him a giant middle finger by erasing all remnants of his Prequel Trilogy and turning the franchise into a vehicle for pandering fan …

maybe on jakku it’s an 82, on earth it’s about a 4

.. after Mel Brooks in Spaceballs. J.J.Abrams should have stuck to something he does not kill. The Force in this case. If there would be justice, this movie would never have been created due to copyright infringement. Except that those rich enough can buy up anything, strip it from the essential values and present a …

JJ does it again (and not in the good way)

You’ll notice that SW7 only has a “based on characters” credit for George Lucas. That’s because Disney decided to make it “for the fans” — that is, a movie pieced together out of a sort of “greatest hits” of the other 6 movies, with nothing new whatsoever. We are, they suppose, not smart enough to …

Worthless crap

The Force Awakens is unoriginal, superficial and dull. The characters have none of the life or independence of those in the original trilogy. They just pant and stare at each-other with intense emotions. I’m not surprised J. J. Abrams scolded Daisy Ridley for being too wooden because he seems to like overacting rather than natural …

Like a Big Mac… sounds great until you ate it.

I must admit, I watched the first one in France when I was 9 in 1978 (France had to wait 1 year to get it) at The GRAND REX in Paris: GIANT screen, an amazing painted roof full of little stars on a dark night… the historic seventh art movie theater of Paris. So, yes, …