Ah, yes, the glorious film industry in all of its prestige and glamour you know that it’s always going to be that way and it’s all about who can make the most occult symbolism in their film and who can make the most money with the biggest budget and do things with film that no one else has any idea how to make, and that’s what making movies is all about in a nutshell, but of course it is a lot more complicated than that. Making a movie is so complicated on so many different levels, but when it really comes down to it all filmmaking is pretty much is a camera capturing an actor doing something and that’s about it. If you can do something really unique that doesn’t cost any money but it’s just footage from a camera then you are actually a director, and the video you made is technically a movie.
But what this blog is about and this entire website for that matter is about the real movies that have come out to the general public and was in theaters everywhere throughout the year of 2015, and to tell the truth there were quite a lot of really great films that came out in 2015, and of course there were some movies that didn’t make as much money or didn’t do as well or just flat out sucked because for some reason the Hollywood studios will sink their money into movies that suck for some stupid reason which probably has something to do with the fact that Hollywood is a boy’s club and big time executives might be just trying to get some big time money for their friends and other creative people, but who really knows. This blog isn’t about the worst movies of 2015, although that would be pretty funny to write about, but it is about the very best movies that came out this past calendar year and for the most part every good film had its own style and uniqueness to it, but there was one movie that stood above everyone else in the year 2015, and this movie just so happened to be the most lucrative film in Hollywood history. That’s right, you probably already know what I’m talking about: Star Wars The Force Awakens was one of the best films of 2015 and had to make this list because I mean come on, it’s Star Wars and they’re like the coolest franchise film to ever do this thing in the first place, but this film was definitely a little different than the past Star Wars films, and that might have something to do with the fact that it was a Disney movie this time around.
Star Wars The Force Awakens is really different than the Phantom Menace or some of the even newer Star Wars films, and that’s partly because we now have some new cool characters that are just beginning a whole new saga of films, but we also got to see some of our favorite characters of all time with Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and Princess Lea. Everyone loves Chewbacca and R2D2 and C3PO of course, and these characters were definitely a refreshing sight to see on the big screen again, and it’s part of what makes this movie so much different and a lot better than the previous films that tried to talk about the prologue to the original films from the 1970s.
In terms of the plot of the Force Awakens you have to know that it actually is oddly very similar to the original Star Wars film although it is different it still has the same kind of scenes and bad guys, and the bad guy played by Adam Driver honestly doesn’t even seem like that bad of a guy although he is super bad and kills Han Solo, played by Harrison Ford, who just so happens to be his father! So you see it is like the old ones but it’s the opposite father and son relationship in which the father is the good guy and the son is the bad guy, which makes sense in today’s time I would say, at least compared to the 1970s.
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