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This year's Star Wars: The Force Awakens seems to be an entertaining movie. Though fans of the saga were disappointed with the prequels, this movie seems to make up for lost time.
I watched the movie several times, and the moments I did not get, were ones I could not understand at all. And yet, I know that sounds strange, but it is true. If you are not familiar with the Saga, you will most likely struggle with some of the scenes in the movie.
In particular, I found that the movie benefited from having the Prequel Trilogy as reference. For example, the scene where Rey (Daisy Ridley) had a vision that Jyn Erso (Carrie Fisher) was on the Death Star's bridge or that Han Solo (Harrison Ford) had gone missing. The actors in the Saga had such vivid imaginations and could turn on a dime on screen.
Those scenes are highlighted in the movie, so that if you can suspend your disbelief, you will be able to connect the dots of the entire saga in just a few minutes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. If you are not going to do this, you may find yourself frustrated that you are left confused as to where you are and what is going on. Remember, that is not how it was done back in the day.
Many critics have praised the Star Wars: The Force Awakens film. The first half hour in particular, during which the main characters have already become separated from Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), is where the movie gets its best reviews.
In the fourth film, Return of the Jedi, the characters were so far away from each other that they barely interacted with one another. In this movie, they really looked into each other's eyes and actually shared a physical connection for the first time.
But the real difference in Star Wars: The Force Awakens from the previous Saga movies is the range of emotions and the kind of characters that the characters can be. The movie really is an improvement over the original trilogy, which was bland and monotonous.
This movie was also supposed to be set thirty years after Return of the Jedi, but it seems like that didn't happen either. There has been no official word from Disney about a sequel yet, but if you plan to see this movie, you should watch it in theaters and enjoy the scene where Rey transforms from a human being to a spirit in a Force trance, and when Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) is finally stopped from killing Rey, finally putting an end to the saga.