'Star Wars': First Reactions Show Up on Social Media (Spoiler-Free)

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People can't help but share their thoughts.

As expected, there's been an awakening when it comes to spoilers, and everyone on social media is sure to feel it over the next few days.

Although there is a review embargo in place for Star Wars: The Force Awakens (until Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. Pacific, if you were curious), the massive hunger for Star Wars content online is such that some people just couldn't quite keep their thoughts to themselves. Here are numerous reviews that don't ruin anything.

There are many things that should be made illegal in response to Star Wars: The Force Awakens: any variation on the phrase "The Force is strong in this one"; any attempt to say "Christmas came one week early for Star Wars fans"; and anyone even thinking of describing the movie as "BB-great." Let's add people who break embargoes and ruin the movie to that list.

After Thursday evening, however, those wanting to remain unspoiled should just switch off the Internet altogether until they've had a chance to see the movie for themselves. Too many Bothan spies would be sacrificed to keep spoilers hidden, otherwise.