The Huffington Post ran an article shortly after The Force Awakens was released, criticizing the film for an "unforgivable" amount of plot holes. This provoked some fans, including Matty Granger, who took to Facebook to debunk all of the so called inconsistencies in the movie. While there were some moments in the film that seemed a stretch of the imagination, Matty made some great points to explain how many of the plot points are actually pretty
Yeah, I think we're just going to have to agree to disagree. No movie is ever perfect, and the goal is to have as much fun as possible. TFA is as close to a perfect Star Wars continuation as you're ever going to get. They nailed it.
Hoping someone can help. My child got on my phone and set a pattern lock in Hi Locker but does not remember the pattern. As such, I am locked out of my phone. Anyone know of a way to bypass the lock screen?
Question - and I am not some American Muscle car guy being a dick or anything, I just love cars in general and am starting to like more foreign stuff like Toyota, Nissan, and Hyundai (were seeing 12:1 compression on unleaded gas, for fucks sake!) But why on all these Nissans, Hondas, etc do people put those awful mufflers on that make them kind of sound like weed eaters? Is it for performance? And if so, could you put a different exhaust on that gives it more of a growl? Thanks and hopefully I won't get flamed too badly.
Unless you are an incredibly hardcore Star Wars fan, keeping track of the timeline can be an arduous task. Sure, it takes place "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away," but keeping track of how the movies, books, and videos games all intertwine is hard. But there's never been a better time…
With Episode VII coming in December, I think it's best to study what is wrong with the Star Wars Franchise. Historical revisionism is a danger be it George Orwell's "1984" or George Lucas' Star Wars Prequels.