A Critique: Star Wars VII (Part 1)

Since the 70s when it was born, Star Wars has been a part of culture. From the references that assume everyone has seen the movies (even though not everyone has) to the people who go to midnight premieres, Star Wars continues to play a role in society today. And like most movies, Star Wars tells a story. From a farm boy to a slave boy to a scavenger to a team, the story continues onward albeit with some different characters. And as with most things, I have an opinion. So without further ado, here it is:

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