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Old 12-21-2015, 11:31 PM   #1
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The first three are classics, everything worked. The next three I didn't much care for. This one recaptures the magic of the first three.
Lots of action, hardly a dull moment, and quite a few surprises.

There's so much going on, it's difficult to talk about it in any detail without giving something away.

Just go see it. You won't be disappointed.

3 1/2 out of 4*
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It's been a long time since I last adored a female character. I love Rey!
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This movie really bugged me.

At the beginning you get to see a cool new power that has never been shown before. Yodi, Darth Vader even the Emperor didn't show any sign of it.
I'm talking about the stopping blaster bolts in mid-air and also freezing the blaster bolt shooter.

With such an awesome formidable show of power Kylo Ren will need a truly impressive champion of "The Force" to even have a chance to stand toe-to-toe.

So,

How the heck does a non-force wielding ex-stormtrooper, who has never held a lightsaber before, pose such a challenge to Ren.
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