may the force be with you

It's unofficial international Star Wars Day. To celebrate, we've put together a small collection of Star Wars themed videos made by Outspeakers.
The Force has awoken within its hero, Rey. We have a multilayered and complex heroine at the forefront of the action, who serves as the heart of the storyline, not relegated to being a "sideshow badass" as too many female characters in action and science fiction cinema have been.
While most would agree that Ren could never fill Darth Vader's black boots, he seems to be a suitable successor for this and subsequent sequels. But although Kylo Ren is a great new heir to the dark side, I do have some critiques about his characterization (or lack thereof).
Yau has taken AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Movie Quotes and turned them into a pictorial chart. Everything from "I'll be back
The Temple of the Jedi Order can perform weddings anywhere in the United States and is a non-profit charitable religious
There's a Jedi Church and Jedi Knights may soon be able to perform legal marriage ceremonies in Scotland, so is Star Wars a religion? Answer: May the Force be with you.
Star Wars represents something that has gone somewhat astray amidst the background noise of our snarky modern discourse, and deserves to be brought back in full vigor.
"Star Wars" Day isn't sanctioned by Lucasfilm (though the company is all for it) or the U.S. government, but that doesn't