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Rave reviews of "The Force Awakens" insist that J.J. Abrams and Disney brought back the kind of original trilogy "Star Wars" that we all loved."The Force Awakens" is an improvement on the prequels (1999, 2002, 2005) in some ways.While Abrams repaired everything that was wrong with the prequels, he dropped the ball on everything else that mattered and which made "Star Wars" what it was.When we first saw "A New Hope" in theaters at its initial release – back when it was just called "Star Wars" – we quickly picked up that the galaxy far, far away was ruled by an evil empire, and that there was a rebellion fighting against its tyranny. My next beef is with the use of the big three original heroes – Leia (Carrie Fisher), Luke (Mark Hamill) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford).This being a "Star Wars" movie, you need a new superweapon.References to "A New Hope" after a supposed 30-year gap are too forced, with Han proposing they throw Gwendoline Christie's "Captain Phasma," the movie's coolest-looking character, down a garbage chute and into a trash compactor.Weird aliens are also integral to "Star Wars".As for Han Solo, the character that truly brought "Star Wars" to life, he is skewered and falls down a shaft – like Palpatine, but wider.
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