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An Inconvenient Truth…

(Alternate Title: My SW:TFA review... because the world doesn't have enough of them already)

I saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

It was the Sunday after the movie came out. I know, I know…  me… a dyed in the Wookie Star Wars fan, waited 4 days before going to the new movie… but come one, those last three abominations that came out scarred me. They scarred me deep… I’m looking at you, George…

I’m looking at you, George…

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Anyway, back to this new one…

I didn’t hate it. I kind of actually liked it. I even made a few comments to my wife during the movie about some of the throwback scenes that felt like great nods (more like grand salutes) to the original movies. Continue reading An Inconvenient Truth…

This Explains Soo Much…

I’m a bit of a Star Wars guy. Not a fanboi, not one of those raging nerds who argues whether Trek is better than Wars (they are both good (and somewhere, a nerd just exploded)), and not one of those people who is going to the first showing on the first night of the new movie (seriously… I don’t really like crowds that much).

However… I do love the movies. I have been known to quote Yoda (“Do or do not, there is no try”), I am a firm believer that Han shot first, and that the only movies that matter begin with Chapters. Seriously, those episode abominations or so much crap, I mean in the first 20 minutes of “A New Hope” Ben Kenobi completely disavows the whole midicholirine, mycochondriat… whatever it is that George tried to pass off for what the force was… but, so not the point. Continue reading This Explains Soo Much…