"STAR WARS: EPISODE VII - THE FORCE AWAKENS" (2015) Review
During the fall of 2012, the media and many film fans were stunned by news of filmmaker George Lucas' sale of his production company, Lucasfilm, to the Walt Disney Company. I was flabbergasted. However, this sale led to Disney's plans to continue Lucas' "STAR WARS" movie saga with future releases, television shows, novels and comic stories.
One result of this sale proved to be Disney's new film, "STAR WARS: EPISODE VII - THE FORCE AWAKENS". The first of three movies for the franchise'...
So, my friends and I are nerds. I mean we love Star Wars, Harry Potter, etc. Anyway, I went with one of them (out of four) to see the seventh movie. It wasn't very good in my opinion (I mean it wasn't as bad as some movies but it was pretty bad). Oh, yeah. If you liked it and are reading this anyway, please don't be offended. I am very critical of movies. I expected a lot out of this movie and I wasn't very impressed. I might compliment it (don't look for it). But, seriously if you liked it and still want to read this, don't be offended. That's not why I wrote it. FYI: I'm assuming anyone...
Scout ship Valor on the outskirts of the Republic's boundaries. Routine patrol. Commander Ahsoka Tano.
Ahsoka saw again his face in the darkened saloon. Determined, self-righteous and positively pissing her off. She had left the order, there was no going back. Not for her. Then the scene changed to one more recent. Rex and her sitting in their spot having their usual, after another dragging campaign. He'd leaned over his empty mug, staring into it as if by will he could refill it again. Eyebrows furrowing he'd frowned. " I hear there's a sweet post on Alderon." She'd...
I found a great article about Padme's death. I don't know why, but i can't submit it in the Links. So, if someone want to know more about it: http://www.retrozap.com/padme-didnt-die-of-a-broken-heart/
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