Star Wars: The Force Awakens
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It took a while, but Luke and Leia and Han (and Chewie!) are back in theaters, now dealing with a new threat called the First Order. Newcomers Rey, Finn and Poe join the frey, while Kylo Ren hopes to become one with the Dark Side. May 24, 2018 Update: Don't miss your chance to see how Han Solo's story begins in Solo: A Star Wars Story, in theaters now!
- Harrison Ford
- Mark Hamill
- Carrie Fisher
- Adam Driver
- Daisy Ridley
- John Boyega
- Oscar Isaac
- Lupita Nyong'o
- Andy Serkis
- Domhnall Gleeson
Did You Know?
- Creator George Lucas stated that the transition from Lucasfilm to Disney was a way to "pass Star Wars on to a new generation of filmmakers."
- Rey repairs parts of the Millennium Falcon, ripping an electrical device apart. In one shot, she is showing it with the cables hanging loose down that device. In the next shot back to Rey, the device is now a little bigger and the cables are gone from the same view.
- [stepping on board the Millennium Falcon]
- Han Solo: Chewie... we're home.
Atom User Reviews
A nostalgia trip from start to finish!
Star Wars: The Force Awakens pumps new energy and life into a hallowed franchise in a way that both resurrects old pleasures and points in promising new directions.
Robustly entertaining while carrying the weight of impossible audience expectations, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a fascinating, often satisfying mixture of rollicking mythmaking and fan service.
Although Star Wars has always been about the past, The Force Awakens is ironically at its best when it looks the future.