What the internet said about ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

The film Star Wars: Episode VII: The Last Jedi has been given a score of 95 on the internet, which is a record for a new Star Wars film.

It is a significant achievement given the films performance has been heavily criticised by critics.

The score comes after critics have lambasted the film, with some claiming the film was “bogus” and “sickening” and the film’s star Daisy Ridley has been accused of being “a disgrace to the human race”.

It also comes as an interview with the star was leaked online.

The actor spoke about her experience of being asked to take part in an online interview with an interviewee who claimed she had been abused by an older woman.

“I think I was a bit naive.

I think I should have thought twice about it,” she said.”

But it’s all over the internet.

You just take a look at the comments, you know.

I mean, I know how these things are.”

She said she did not expect the reaction to her interview to be negative.

“When you go out and say things like that, you are going to get the reaction you want, right?

It’s just the internet.”

She went on to say that she was not going to apologise for her role in the film.

“What I’m going to say is that this is what happens when you are an actress and you’re in the industry,” she told the ABC.

“This is what you get when you get into a business that’s not your natural habitat.”

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