Pedz wrote:More I think about it and the more I see you guys discussing it the more meh I feel about the film.
I'm actually getting the opposite; most of the issues I have are down to shitty scenes that are definitely shitty but they are ultimately superfluous and the main storey beats are actually quite interesting.
OrangeRakoon wrote:Despite my numerous complaints, the biggest problem I have with the film is it's just too long. It kills my desire to sit through it again.
Yup. It is by no means a perfect film and is definitely the sloppiest of the main series in terms of pacing. I think these are outweighed by the originality it brings, but I can definitely see why some people disagree.
I know nothing about the stuff above has i haven't really ever watched Rebels or Clone Wars etc..
I was think on TLJ, do the rebels now think that Kylo killed Luke as she sensed his death? did Leia know that it wasn't really luke and just a projection. So would either her or Rey be aware that Luke appears to have sacrificed himself to the force or whatever he did.
smurphy wrote:Well she 'touched' Luke's hand so I assume she knew then, if she didn't already. Also, she sensed Han's death, so if she can do it for her husband, I assume she can do it for her brother.
I was getting at more whether they now think that Kylo killed Luke, rather than Luke doing whatever he did and then just vanishing into the force or something. I don't think that's something that would be touched on or explored going forwards though. Especially as Leia can obviously no longer be in it to query what happened.