Similarities Between Star Wars And Star Wars

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Star Wars vs. Star Trek Star Wars and Star Trek, two movie titles often confused by non-fans because the first word of both titles is ‘Star’. But do not be confused because the two are extremely different in all sorts of ways. One of them is fantasy, the other sci-fi. One is full of creatures and heroes and villains and spaceships and power and darkness, the other filled with humans and aliens who fly ships together in primary colored uniforms. In other words, one is clearly better than the other. If you’re asking yourself which is which, let me make it a bit easier for you. Star Wars is the better of the two. Star Wars is worth more, the Star Wars video games put the Star Trek ones to shame, Star Wars has better film making and better special effects, the Star Wars antagonist (The Empire) is far scarier than any Star Trek villain, and the list goes on. Still don’t agree with me? That’s okay, keep reading and you’ll see how much you are wrong. The dollar value of the two franchises says a lot of what fans and billionaire companies think of the two. The Star Trek franchise with all of its movies and tv shows approximates to about $3.5 billion. Star Wars not only beats that value, it nearly triples it. In 2012, Disney bought the rights to the Lucasfilm franchise from Star Wars creator George Lucas for $4.05 billion. Since then Disney has used those rights to produce four new Star Wars movies (so far that we know). In 2015, Disney released Episode 7 of the Star
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