The new trailer for The Force Awakens has been getting a lot of buzz, but some critics are taking issue with it.
One critic called it “trivializing” and another said it was “boring” and “borrowed.”
And while the trailer has been praised for some of its themes, it’s not all roses for some critics.
The New York Times ran an article on Saturday called “The new trailer doesn’t get the Star Wars treatment.”
In it, author David Pogue described the trailer as “more or less a rehash of the trailers of past years.”
But it’s important to note that Pogue’s criticism comes from an opinionated, opinionated way, not from an actual “opinion.”
For example, he wrote that the new trailer is “borring,” not because it fails to give the film a satisfying ending, but because it doesn’t address the themes and themes of the original trilogy.
The Times also noted that the trailer is also lacking in “the sort of subtlety and subtlety that would have made a movie so much more entertaining.”
In fact, Pogue argued that it didn’t make the movie better.
The New York Post, which was not involved in the review, called the trailer “slight” and said that it was too “borrowing” for many.
The Star Wars prequel trilogy is now a $2.5 billion global phenomenon.
It’s been released in over 100 territories, including Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
The films has earned over $1.7 billion in worldwide ticket sales and $1 billion in theatrical box office.