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Star Wars superfan Sam Maggs reviews Force Awakens (very carefully)

Star Wars, The Force Awakens hits the super geek set differently, says Sam Maggs.
Sam Maggs, author of "The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy", has already seen the new Star Wars - because, of course she has. The proud geek shares the unique experience of watching the highly-anticipated film with superfans, and why they see this instalment in the long-running series differently. (She also promises not to drop any spoilers.) 11:02

Sam Maggs, author of The Fangirl's Guide to the Galaxy, has already seen the new Star Wars — because, of course she has. 

The proud geek shares the unique experience of watching the highly-anticipated film with superfans, and why they see this instalment in the long-running series differently. (She also promises not to drop any spoilers.) 

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"Do or don't do. There is no try." Super fans wait to see a glimpse of the cast in London. (Paul Hackett/Reuters)

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