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Star Wars: The Force Awakens  (2015)  (English)
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Rating:  3.8/5
| External Critics: 3.8/5 | Users: 5/5
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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review RatingSankhayan Ghosh (The Hindu)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens doesn't waste time trying to establish what has happened. From the beginning the film makes its intentions clear: this is made by a fan, for the fans. Not without its flaws, the film succeeds in spinning a yarn on the old and familiar from the Star Wars franchise.  Read Full Review

Anthony Lane (The New Yorker)

"The Force Awakens" is many things: a reboot, a tribute, a valeting service, and, above all, a wrestling match, so adroitly wrought that lovers of the original may not even notice the skill with which Abrams pins down the object of their love and, where necessary, puts it out of action.   Read Full Review

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review RatingMark Karmode (The Guardian)

What's most striking about Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the fact that this multimillion dollar franchise blockbuster has real heart and soul.  Read Full Review

Harsh Pareek (Firstpost)

As far as The Force Awakens is concerned, the wait was worthwhile and your anxieties will be rewarded. Go watch the movie. An adventure awaits in a galaxy far far away.  Read Full Review

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review RatingJyoti Sharma Bawa (Hindustan Times)

Smartly paced and full of wit characteristic of the series, this film is a copybook exercise in storytelling. There are holes in the script and obvious McGuffins but while the film lasts, you are prepared to ignore them. As it ends, you are already waiting for its sequel and some answers.  Read Full Review

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