- C-3PO's red arm. Shown but never explained. His first scene is a synecdoche of the entire film.
In the way that this movie is exactly the same as the original, but just a little bit different.
I feel like that's the kind of thing that works great in the Star Wars universe when you don't specifically call attention to it.
Also Rey is Luke's daughter right?
It seems so blatantly obvious that you would think it must be a bluff, but with as obvious as the whole movie was I don't know if they're thinking on that level.
No one was as good as Ford. I think playing Han was intentional. He's an old man trying to relive the good old days while drifting out in space. I understand the disappointment in his performance but again I think you're short changing the intelligence of the writing here. Age has been unkind to Han. He has lost a lot. It's a fairly depressing position we find him in.
Yeah you're right about that. I do give them credit for not having him still be super important the way that Luke and Leia are. Even though I have a lot of problems with the execution, I think on paper that some of the smartest decisions they made involve Han.
Sadly I agree about Fisher. I am looking forward to seeing what Hamill can do as old Luke. Seems the most promising of the bunch.