HITC Tech writer Adam Gell discusses why the new Star Wars Episode VII teaser isn't getting him excited.
Not really sure what to say here. The whole article is just, "I saw (blank), I felt nothing. I saw (blank), I also felt nothing". Yet no explanations whatsoever. I LOVED the trailer. It did what it was suppose to, tease me.
Pretty much. Granted, it's a short teaser, but it did everything right for what it was promised to be.
Trailer was good. Still have like 380 days till it comes out so I didn't expect much. Got me excited for the film though. Looking forward to seeing the first footage of the classic cast. Maybe on May 4th? Who knows.
I didn't love the trailer but I didn't hate it either. I did feel some excitement over the music and the look of the movie. I know I'll be at the movie opening weekend but I need to see more to get totally excited.
Best Friday morning I've woken up to in a longo time. (Oops, there I go with my Gungan again) Dang it if those effects weren't the "practical" ones I've been dying to see in ages. And the Falcon soaring over the clouds and sand dunes like that? Genius. Could've done without the tri-lightsaber sword though. You've nailed 1 minutes and 38 seconds of awesome, Abrams. Now for the other two-and-a half hours.
Not sure why people expect anything and everything to be practical just because they said they're bringing "the OT back". Remember, we move forward, not backward.
"I'm a BIG star wars fan", and then he clearly has no knowledge of the Star Wars world outside the cinematic films. The lightsaber that the sith uses is featured in the extended universe at multiple occasions, and the 'duplo' speeder looks exactly like what I'd expect from a Star Wars film. Perhaps it's nostalgia, not Star Wars, that he's longing for?
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