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This masterpiece is so brutally honest about the way our society is degenerating into utter nonsense. Idiocracy also makes the 2016 election totally understandable. In any case don't watch it, because you're probably an idiot that will be offended by its content.
Definitely a good movie. Did I love it? No. Did I hate it? No. However, I can't say I'm as impressed as I should've been, given all the hype. Largely, episode vii is a remake of episode iv. The plot is very similar and it even borrows elements from empire strikes back. I can hardly praise Abrams for script originality, but I can give him credit for keeping the writing on par with the original trilogy vice the prequels. The action, however, is much more like the prequels, with choreographed light saber battles and CGI space ships.
If you love Star Wars, then you will experience the same initial elation as the premiere of Phantom Menace. However, there is some lack of clarity in the plot that will likely cause questions about the overall direction of the storyline. Likely, this may be intentional in order to build speculation about episode vii, but this dastardly tactic may be enough to simply make people impatient and angry.
One of the better independent horror movies of the past few years, all things considered.
I wasn't expecting much from this movie, but I have to say it delivered a more than impressive sci-fi extravaganza which will surely produce sequels.