Star Wars TFA breaks new records beating out Titanic, Avatar, and Jurassic World

Yeah Celeb Star Wars TFA breaks new records beating out Titanic, Avatar, and Jurassic World

While there were a few things that might of annoyed some people about the new Star Wars franchise reboot, they were very few (like Adam Driver and or mainly his character Kylo Ren’s lame looking mask and voice), and thank god there was no effing Jar Jar Binks, or actors with annoying voices (aforementioned actors with annoying voices statement again of coarse also inclusive of Jar Jar Binks). Oh and guess what? SW: TFA made an astonishing $34.5 million on New Years Day alone! That beats of movies that have been holding the top spot for quite some time, like for instance Titanic, and newer features such as Avatar and Jurassic World. It’s also now one to top grossing movies of all time domestically (although it has yet to beat out Avatar as the top-grossing domestic film) ringing in at the #2 spot, and there is still time.


Yeah Celeb Star Wars TFA breaks new records beating out Titanic, Avatar, and Jurassic World 2

That’s said, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is definitely worth the price of admission. The only annoyances that might of effected the experience for some Star Wars movie goers, were Kylo Ren’s mask’s voice, Kylo Ren‘s mask/costume (although take into consideration it is a gold mine for cosplay get-up sales, because it’s mainly just some kind of plastic quasi samurai mask and a black cloak, not to mention Kylo Ren mask itself is probably already on the list for paintball enthusiasts), and possibly also the questionable believability of Adam Driver’s acting performance as the Kylo Ren character (the character itself is for sure just as evil as Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader although). Kylo Ren does at least drop the mask in the scene where he kills Han Solo though, so maybe he’d be a new one (oh and he’ll need to find a new dad too on Dadfinder.com or something).


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