As you may have heard, this week a new Star Wars film is coming out. Chances are, it may even be good. Or, if you're as excited about The Force Awakens as I am, you know it will be good. The trouble is, between now and the time that most people see the film this Thursday, the Internet will be awash with chatter from the film's recent premiere in Los Angeles, and from early press screenings. There's a chance, however unlikely, that said chatter will say the film is bad.
Obviously, those people will be wrong. Fortunately, the Internet has come up with a way of blocking naysayers and negative nancys until the rest of us can watch the film and give it the positive reception it so clearly deserves. A new Chrome extension, Force Block: the Star Wars spoiler blocker, blocks pages containing what it thinks might be spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, replacing them with various Star Wars quotes. There's even a whitelist should any regular Star Wars content get blocked.
Having just tried out the extension on a Guardian article about the premiere, I can confirm it works as described. You can of course choose to ignore the spoiler warning and continue to view the content, but remember that for most part, these people will all wrong and in reality Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the best Star Wars since Star Wars. Definitely.