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Here are the first (spoiler free) Star Wars reactions


You'll have to wait one more day before the review embargos lift on Star Wars: The Force Awakens - but the world of Twitter doesn't seemingly hold to such laws.

With the world premiere of Disney's rebooted sci-fi saga taking place in Los Angeles last night, many fans fortunate enough to see the film took to social media to share their impressions.

We've ensured that none of the following tweets reveal any plot details. If you consider an emotional response a 'spoiler' ("It was great/It was awful"), then look away now. And yes - these are fans, reviewing a film they want to enjoy. Expect things to be pretty merry from here on in.



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