My fandom is over not because I grew up, but because they tried to grow up Star Wars. The results are disappointing to some, but to those like me, they’re disillusioning.
If this theory is correct, then this is J.J. Abram’s greatest plot twist to date, and will be hard to top for the rest of his career.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a mish-mash of fan fiction, as discussed on today’s Federalist Radio Hour.
On the one side, we have state-sponsored terrorists. On the other, we have the First Order.
There’s something about the Star Wars movies that touches a very primal chord in people—and not by accident.
Is this a movie that is going to make fans angry or set them up for a successful new series of films?
Star Wars anticipation has peaked. But fans tempted to revel in nostalgia should heed Admiral Ackbar’s warning: ‘It’s a trap!’
In watching ‘Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens,’ you can forget the prequels ever happened while enjoying an expanded galaxy far, far away.
Why I forgave George Lucas.
What can we expect from The Force Awakens and why should feminists hate the Jedi mind trick?
The House Select Committee that Hillary Clinton appears before is run by good individuals in a powerless institution, similar to Star Wars.
Star Wars fans are cautiously optimistic about ‘The Force Awakens’ after its new trailer.
The newest trailer for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ was just released. Check it out here.
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