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  #1452311 17-Dec-2015 14:42
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langers1972: I thought it was great, awesome subtle references back to the first 3 movies throughout


"First 3" meaning eps 4, 5, 6?

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  #1452322 17-Dec-2015 14:47
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Paul1977:
langers1972: I thought it was great, awesome subtle references back to the first 3 movies throughout


"First 3" meaning eps 4, 5, 6?


I've wiped those crappy prequel movies from memory

 
 
 
 


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  #1452338 17-Dec-2015 14:56
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I was 8 when I went to see the first movie (Episode 4) at the Regent in Ashburton. Still remember the long. long queues.


We went to see it at the 12.01am screenings at Event Queensgate (Lower Hutt). I think they had all 9 cinemas in action! It was chaos picking up tickets - so much so that screenings didn't get underway until after 12.30am. 3D was OK, best effect was when a imperial star destroyer was coming out of the screen.

Fantastic movie, but OMG.... Wow! cry But awesome! Well put together IMO.


Will definitely go see it again.

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  #1453111 18-Dec-2015 16:13
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Some subtle nods and not so subtle to the original trilogy. I gave up counting when I got to 20.
I really enjoyed the movie. Loved the level of detail. Now they have set the scene, albeit similar to previous ones, I look forward to see where Disney/JJ Abrams takes us.




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  #1453123 18-Dec-2015 16:21
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enjoyable but...

tired, recycled story

pretty awful acting except for harrison ford and daisy ridley

in a galaxy far, far away everyone speaks american !

it was good to look at, even the post-production 3d and i hate 3d

good sound

overall enjoyable but there's nothing new here

6/10


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  #1453124 18-Dec-2015 16:31
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i loved it, so many little details from the pass and you can feel the disney in the movie with the extra jokes

9/10

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  #1453127 18-Dec-2015 16:33
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mrphil: i loved it, so many little details from the pass and you can feel the disney in the movie with the extra jokes

9/10


many details from the past also! tongue-out

 
 
 
 


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  #1453136 18-Dec-2015 16:49
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I went and saw it.overall i did really enjoy it but ive got the man-flu so am pretty much dead so i guess i couldnt get into it fully.
I really didnt like the rey character and kylo was really weird and didnt fit that role atleast without his mask he didnt

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  #1453138 18-Dec-2015 16:52
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keewee01:
mrphil: i loved it, so many little details from the pass and you can feel the disney in the movie with the extra jokes

9/10


many details from the past also! tongue-out

oops

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  #1453152 18-Dec-2015 17:52
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Hey why wasn't I told about this?




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  #1453175 18-Dec-2015 18:30
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corksta: Hey why wasn't I told about this?


Evil bad guy (avatar) social media not working? :-)




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