- Apr 7, 2015
- Reaction score
So I've seen this spoiler fly around a lot lately, and I just want someone to confirm (even if it does happen) that
Han doesn't die and Kylo isn't his son
I think this is also reinforced by Kylo's lightsaber itself. It's a rough clamoured together hunk of junk, it's got exposed wires and it needs two vents to release the excess energy and the blade just looks jagged. It just shows how rough around the edges Kylo is, and possibly how little instruction he's gained in the way of lightsaber training.Pretty much this. It is possible that Kylo has received very little training in a lightsaber. Even if he was trained, the is a good chance that was his first duel with an actual opponent. His lightsaber was much more a symbol of his status than it was a legitimate weapon. Also, I think the point of the movie is to show that he is not a stable person at all. He has little control over any of his skills.
He had also been shot before that fight. That in of it self is going to affect how one fights.
The scene reminded me of actual combat and not a pre-planned dance like the prequel movies showed (Though I like those as well)
That wasn't romance. That was a strong platonic friendship between a man and a woman. I was really happy about that, because movies, especially sci-fi and action movies, rarely just let a man and woman be friends without any romance involved.Finn and Rey, I could clearly see hints on them both liking each other, heck the joke with "do you have a boyfriend" I saw them really trying to make it work (the directors) though this is just my opinion and what I thought I saw. I at least think these two are going to have a relationship. And I am already calling it, now who wants to wager what happens.
Just another hope is that Finn is actually force sensitive that would be super cool and awesome.