What’s your favorite “Star War” movie?
What’s the best movie theater in town?
Which movie theater is best for kids?
We’ve got all of that, and more, in the latest “StarWars: TheForceAwakens” trailer.
But first, let’s talk about the movie itself.
The trailer has two “Star wars” themes in it: one of them is the story of Luke Skywalker’s quest for the light saber, and the other is a very popular “Star” song, “It’s a Great Life.”
We’re not going to discuss any of those things in detail here, but let’s take a look at the main themes.
The first theme is the quest for a light sabre, a symbol of hope and light.
The second theme is that of a “great life,” that of the Jedi.
(I mean, you can say it’s a quote from the movie, but it’s not a quote at all.)
The “Star holos” are also used here, in reference to the first film’s “holos.”
We also get a look behind the scenes at the special effects.
The scenes are really quite cool, and I think this movie is actually the first “Star war” movie in a long time where CGI isn’t used, which is pretty amazing.
I mean, this is what I love about “Star WAR” movies, that they are always changing and changing and evolving.
But “The Force Awakens,” it looks like the only thing we know is that it’s going to end, and it’s never going to be the same again.
I think that’s a pretty great message, especially because it is about the journey.
The film starts off with an interesting scene, where we get to see a young boy, Rey, being held by a big, bad Darth Vader.
She has a lightsaber, and she goes up to him, saying, “My parents are not coming back, Darth Vader.”
He says, “Don’t worry, you will, Rey.”
He then proceeds to shoot her with a lightsaber and stab her in the back.
That was cool, because it was something you didn’t see in any of the “Star Tours” movies.
She was just sort of there in that moment, and that’s kind of the way it was.
Then we see Rey get shot in the stomach by the bad guy and the “force” takes over.
I love that scene.
I like that scene a lot.
And then, finally, we see Luke Skywalker and Rey on a planet called Jakku.
And that was kind of cool.
You get a little bit of a feeling that the story is not over yet.
They don’t go home, they stay on Jakku for a while.
But then, the bad guys show up, and they kill Rey and Luke.
Then, they kill Luke again, and again.
We get the first indication that Luke Skywalker has survived the first attack on Jakuk.
It’s the first time we see that he has survived.
The “Force” starts to take over again.
They’re back on Jakuni again, in a planet that was a little different from what we see on Tatooine.
We finally see a big battle on Jakuku, with Vader and Luke Skywalker.
And there’s an interesting sequence at the end.
We have a very long shot of Vader and Kylo Ren, and then we get a very emotional shot of Rey.
Then the baddies kill them all, and Rey’s family are taken away, and we get another emotional shot.
I really love that.
It’s like a very dark ending.
And I think it was a good ending.
You see, they were all killed off, and there was nothing left for them to do, so they just stayed and just stayed.
It was just a very, very dark, very sad ending.
I think that was the only way that it was possible for the filmmakers to finish this story.
And then we have a scene in the film where Kylo is back on Tatuus, and he goes back to the Jedi Temple to say goodbye to the other Jedi.
And he’s met up with Rey, and says, you know, he’s been thinking a lot about you, Rey.
And she’s a little emotional.
And, so, he goes off and she says, okay, I’m not going anywhere, and you know what?
I’m going to stick around here.
And now she has to deal with her parents and the rest of the family.
So, we learn that she’s been with the Rebellion, and now she’s in the temple to talk to Luke Skywalker, and this is pretty much the final scene of the film.
So, that was interesting, because you know you see that she has been with Kylo for a long, long time.
And the Jedi have been there for her.
She had to deal, obviously