40 Unforgivable Plot Holes in Star Wars: The Force Awakens


I'm not in the habit of quoting the Huffington Post, but this article pretty much sums up everything that didn't work for me when I watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens last Friday.

Spoilers alert! Only read if you have seen the movie. . .

9 commentaires:

John D. said...

Saw that. Amen!

Anonymous said...

I get the sense that most people were so happy that it didn’t have the same flaws as the prequels, that they completely ignore the armada of other flaws. This is one of the laziest scripts I have ever seen filmed.

Doug Landis said...

Why not just enjoy it for what it is... a movie. People are always so critical.

Anonymous said...

Lighten up!!

Adam Whitehead said...

Some of the criticisms are legitimate, but quite a few are answered in the movie, or are never really problems in the first place.

I might write a rebuttal actually, that's quite a spectacularly awful article.

Justin Whitaker said...

The article could use a good rebuttal. Applying that thought process to the original trilogy would yield the same amount of "plot holes." And that's a bloody fact...

Adam Whitehead said...

And there you go:

http://thewertzone.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/60-unforgivable-plot-holes-in-star-wars.html

Patrick said...

Hey Adam,

Do you still review SFF books on The Wertzone, or are you now reviewing elsewhere. Haven't seen a book review from you since October, if I'm not mistaken.

Adam Whitehead said...

Hi Pat. The last book I read was TO GREEN ANGEL TOWER, all half a million words of it. That was a bit of a hard slog at times, but I just finished it.

I do fear the days of one book review a week are in the past now. Too many other projects on the go.