Thank you, @Toa_Heatwave. I was about to take it upon myself to explain things, but you beat me to it. So, I’ll just add some points.
@Likus They did not ruIn Luke’s character. He never really was the best Jedi, and he even said it was an emotional impulse, like what @Toa_Heatwave said, and you can not tell me that he did not have an impulse to kill Vader. It was even wanted by Yoda and Kenobi.
We still don’t even know if her parents are “random”. They might not even be drunkards. I can tell you that what is most likely going to be the new prevailing theory is that DJ is her father. At least I think. And even then, what if Rey’s parents are important, and after the Galactic Civil War, they just drink to forget it all. I can see Antilles traveling that path perhaps.
We don’t know why no First Order ships were called in. I bet the most likely circumstance is that they were preoccupied, perhaps fighting the Rebels in the Outer Rim that were unable to rescue those on Crait.
I did not think the Casino was silly. If the lesson of the movie was to learn from failure, this was the biggest example of that. Besides, if it was not included, we would never have met the kid at the end.
Snoke did not die too easily. Perhaps for as powerful a character as he was, but he is a seducer and a deceiver. In the end, he was decieved. And, if he’s Plaigus, I wouldn’t be surprised if he died twice! And I remember walking out of the theater after TFA thinking Phasma was a waste and shouldn’t have died with as little of a part she had in that movie.
For the guards, after Padmé died, what reason did Vader have for staying on the Dark Side? What reason did the Empire have for fighting after the Emperor died? How about the Seperatists after Dooku passed away? Because of the vision. They were still loyal to the First Order, and Kylo Ren just betrayed them. And, they may have been avenging their leader.
The reason why Kylo and Rey didn’t team up is because they wanted two things. Kylo wanted power, Rey wanted balance.
Yoda said the texts were useless anyways. The texts basically just said all the rules the Jedi follow. At least, that’s how I understand it.
I don’t remember Yoda ever saying Rey’s training is complete. Besides, she was much more open to learning than Luke was, and even than Luke was to teaching.
I liked the jokes, so that’s just an opinion.
If you’re serious about Chewbacca, think about this: they have no way of communicating with Resistance, and even then, they don’t have money. If they were to steal some, well you’d just have yourself another Casino scene if you disliked that so much.
Leia, I admit it was weird, but not impractical. I’m kind of nervous to see how they handle her in nine, Carrie Fischer being... dead and all...
The cow was very vital to the plot. She’s both Rey and Snoke’s mother. You can tell because if you watch the seen where she goes through the hole in the island, Rey’s shadow is the creature. And when Snoke get cut in half, you can see his belly bulging in the same place as the cow.
Who’d Benecio Del Toro act as? Was that DJ?
Poe was almost as much of a boss as his astromech was.
The lightspeed crash was my favorite death. Not because I was happy Holdo died, but because she sacrificed herself by taking out so much First Order toys... I wish Admiral Ackbar did that.
So, to everyone else, what were your favorite parts? Was it sad to see Ackbar go? (I mainly ask this because @Kalmah_Ren told me no one cared about him. Now, for all of you who are dissapointed about Snoke and Rey’s parents, here’s something I noticed that was off. They played the Emperor’s theme when Snoke first started using th Force on Rey. Why? Perhaps we’ll find out. This can mean hope for Rey’s parents being cool, or Snoke getting a backstory. What do you guys think?