Это фото с самого первого задания для конкурса. В этот день мне было намного холоднее, чем когда я лазила в воде, наверное вода действительно моя стихия😂
В эту субботу вместе с @francis_witch будем снимать фото для четвертого этапа🌹
Durmak yok ortak 🤜🏽 @mertildir 🎬
Doğum Günü 🎊🎉 #7
Yine mutluluktan kareler yakaladığımız günlerden birindeydik ☺️
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The Movie Maestro's Reviews: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) dir. J.J. Abrams
With Disney now the owners of the franchise and Lucas riding off into the sunset, Star Wars is not only back in safe hands with this installment--it is soaring off into new heights.
JJ Abrams proves he's a much better fit for the Galaxy Far, Far Away than for Star Trek, helping create with Empire and Jedi scribe Lawrence Kasdan a logically-minimalist evolution to the world of the OT and it's denizens, famous and background, that honors the best parts Lucas imparted onto the saga. With this strong foundation in place, Kasdan revisits the sublime character drama that he and Kershner perfected in Empire, giving us the Anakin Skywalker we should have had in Adam Driver's Kylo Ren, a dashing, genre-deconstructing pulp hero in Oscar Isaac's Poe Dameron, a quantum-leap in moral complexity with John Boyega's Finn, and the perfection of the Mary Sue protagonist of Luke in Daisy Ridley's Rey. Each performer is a star, owning their moments effortlessly; Ridley's and Boyega's pure chemistry is especially compelling, as is Harrison Ford in Han Solo's last flight. Even as simple and familiar a concept as the evil, fascist empire is utterly transformed into the First Order, easily as extreme as an intergalactic Airstrip One.
To introduce all of this new dramatic material to the universe, material that would have been deemed blasphemous to Lucas, Abrams and Kasdan wrap them all up in general story beats of the original film, which has led to much criticism from the fans. Ultimately, these gripes miss the point of Abrams' triumph of cinema here. The Phantom Menace did the same, as did Jedi on a limited basis, establishing a cyclical history prevalent in the mythic basis of Star Wars, one that simply continues in TFA. To see the difference, the viewer has to only believe their eyes, that Star Wars has indeed been returned to the people in the best way possible.
“First off, everything you think you know is bullshit. You don’t fuckin’ know squat, get it?” -Leonard P. Truman
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