... doesn't exist yet, because, in the fine tradition of my not bothering to see Star Trek: Into Darkness for five months, I took the rare opportunity a couple nights ago to see a film in a theater by going to see The Martian instead. Great picture! The classroom ending could've been skipped, but all in all it was remarkably good, even if I had quibbles with the realism at times.
As for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the issue I have, as noted previously (1, 2, 3), is that just as JJ-Trek isn't related to the Trek universe of TOS, TNG, et al., the new Disney universe isn't the same universe as that of Lucas. I consider this to basically be Vector Prime insofar as events mattering to the original universe or being worthy of analysis.
I will see it at some point, I am sure, and discuss the wacky technology in side notes just as with JJ-Trek, but it matters to me less than my recent binge-watch of the second season (to date) of Rebels. It's fun and all, but it's not real Star Wars.
I am well-spoiled, though. And may I say from that spoling that I much prefer the original Lucas idea of Han and Leia grilling burgers in the backyard, and have even come up with an alternate sequel trilogy, perhaps similar to the one Lucas made the story for that Disney discarded, which allows for that to still be so while creating a more compelling and meaningful storyline for this generation than the plot-hole-riddled only-in-Hollywood meaningless nonsense I am hearing about.
But that is a tale for another blog post.