With Star Wars: The Force Awakens cheap blu-ray disc and DVD set to be released this April, it’s time to begin showing some restraint until we have an opportunity of seeing the movie. Without a doubt, I know most of us are anxiously waiting to see the behind the scene on blu-ray/DVD. If that’s what you’re waiting for, then this new Star Wars cheap DVD or blu-ray disc won’t leave you disappointed. Chances are high that there’s a scene that might overwhelm you with emotions. Watch it please!
Thankfully, The Force Awakens is a unique movie that feels like something you’ve seen previouly but keeps on providing something new. Since the Return of Jedi about 30 years back, Luke Skywalker has gone missing, the Jedi have moved into myth and the rebels have rebranded as Resistance and the Galactic Empire as First Order. This change has seen the emergence of new set of characters like Rey (Daisy Ridley)
Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) is having a threatening dialogue with Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Sekis) about crushing the Resistance. I am quite sure that as a Star Wars fan, you’ve already heard a variant of this conversation.
There are some other new thrilling shots as well. There’s Finn (the ever awesome John Boyega) and Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac). The stories of these magnificent characters are intertwined as Finn abandons his role as a Storm Trooper due to injustices he witnesses, only to assist Dameron who’s a Resistance X-wing fighter pilot to escape from the First Order.
Rey is a scavenger existing under the shadow of the past. She seems to be very confident about her flying abilities. She has an improvised X-Wing pilot doll and she wears an old Imperial pilot’s helmet, pretending to be in a battle.
Rey’s opening shots are just perfect. She searches for spare parts through rusting debris to purchase food and survives in the remnants of a derelict AT-AT. Just like what we all do with our fake Lego kits and lightsabers, Rey is making the world of Star Wars real.
About two weeks ago I watched the trailer for the first time, and the real setback moments came when I saw Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew) and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) backing behind the controls of the Millennium Falcon. I don’t know what you feel, but I am not comfortable with what takes place after the Falcon crashes through the tree line. That’s the part that literally drew me back and made me react audibly to myself. I feel the movie could have been much better without that part, but I am just anxious to see if the ship will survive. If it didn’t, that would be a travesty, but I suppose anything can take place.
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In every new world we encounter, dog fights are beautiful. It really is worthy buying The Star Wars cheap DVD or blu-ray disc and watching The Force Awakens on the biggest screen possible. You know the line when Han Solo tells Chewbacca, “Chewie, we are home”? Well, this April, you can now bring Chewbacca, Han and the whole Star Wars: The Force Awakens crew to your actual place of residence.