StarWars vii; bromance love

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    Dec 24, 2015 2:46 PM GMT
    Finn & Poe
    Are a thing only problem is these characters spend very little time with each other over the course of the film. Their “burgeoning love” is quite a long shot. Yet, this fantasy is not the first of its kind in real life.

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    Dec 25, 2015 12:09 AM GMT
    No, stop trying to see things that arent there.
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    Dec 25, 2015 4:29 PM GMT
    it was a junk movie otherwise
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 25, 2015 5:02 PM GMT
    I thought Finn was great with Rey and Han Solo. Poe just faded into the background for me. I thought he was a very bland character. Finn is easily the best of the new characters though.
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    Dec 25, 2015 5:17 PM GMT
    pellaz saidit was a junk movie otherwise

    I think the hokey junky aspects of the movie arose from making it a kid's movie. They could've made it a more serious adult sci fi, but it would've been less profitable.

    ***spoiler alert***

    I think realistically Kylo Ren should've been ten years older, and more adult, like his grandfather. I think Princess Leia should've gone with Han Solo to get their son back, but that she should've been the one who got killed. Matricide would've been more "monstrous" and been a bigger blow to the rebels. It just would've darkened the movie and raised the stakes.

    But alas, it's PG.
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    Dec 27, 2015 5:10 AM GMT
    Harrison Ford wanted his character to bite the dust in Return of the Jedi, so no way was he gonna make it out of this one alive after they got him to do it.
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    Dec 30, 2015 10:48 PM GMT
    sunjbill saidHarrison Ford wanted his character to bite the dust in Return of the Jedi, so no way was he gonna make it out of this one alive after they got him to do it.

    Harrison Ford was the best part of the movie for me, so I would say whatever price it took to get him, it was worth it. But it's not the way to make art. The trouble here is that Han Solo is a supporting character. Princess Leia is more a main character, because she is the connection between Darth Vador and Kylo Ren; she has the force. She is the leader of the rebels and to defeat her would force her brother Luke Sykwalker's hand. Han Solo is just loser dad. I love him up until he dies stupidly, but I think his death is an anticlimactic ending in context of the plot.

    If it had been Princess Leia putting her hand onto her dark sided son's cheek before falling into the chasm, it would've made the audience cry. This was more of an unfeeling Disney death scene, like it doesn't even matter.
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    Jan 02, 2016 11:34 AM GMT
    I thought Poe was gonna be more prominent in the story, as he was mentioned in the opening as General Leia's best pilot, but that's all he is - a really good pilot. I'm glad he survived the crash and all, but I was hoping for a bit more from him (hopefully we do get more from Poe and the other x-fighter pilots in the sequels)

    By the way, did anyone else think Finn was gonna bump his head on the ship when he turned around after Poe tapped him on the shoulder?