Kirby Ferguson explains how Episode 8, impressive as it was when compared to Episodes 1 to 3, follows nothing more than J.J. Abrams remixing techniques and wonders if remixing in general has reached its limits.
The remix method of copying, transforming and combining is definitely used in The Force Awakens, as well as the other works of JJ Abrams. Is remixing a weak point in The Force Awakens? Is the remix method growing stale? Have we reached the limits of remixing?
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