Before I start this review, I'd like to say that I won't preface it with a boring diatribe that overly-inflates the importance of Star Wars in my life. Nor will I discuss any overwhelming feelings I experienced the first time I saw Star Wars nearly 30 years ago, and I will refrain from making any overly-grandiose claims about me "waiting nearly 30 years" to see this movie. (In fact, no one has waited 30 years, since Star Wars was off the radars of everyone, even the most die-hard fan, for about 10 years between the OT and prequels.) I'll also not waste everyone's time writing a scene-by-scene movie synopsis, giving my opinion about every little aspect about the movie. If you're looking for any of these things in this movie review, please go to one of the many fanboy Star Wars sites.
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