Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

Kylo Ren is really Ben Solo, son of Han Solo and Princess (now General) Leia. Han is killed by Ren in Starkiller Base. Tapping into her dormant Force powers, Rey fights Ren in the snow outside, as the planet is ripped apart after the strike team scores a fatal blow. Separated by a chasm, she and Finn escape on the Millennium Falcon while Kylo Ren, injured, is retrieved and taken to Supreme Leader Snoke to complete his training.

Back with the Resistance, R2-D2 awakes from his low power mode and provides the missing piece of the map leading to the location of Luke Skywalker. Rey takes his lightsaber and flies out on the Falcon with Chewbacca, meeting Luke, who's standing along on a cliff, clearly having sensed her pending arrival...

Jon Sandys

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Poe Dameron: Do I talk first or you talk first? I talk first?

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While Poe leads the aerial assault on the oscillator, in the closeups of Poe and other X-wing fighter pilots, note the cockpit windows at the pilots' left and right have identical marks and scratches in their individual X-wings. It's particularly noticeable when one closeup follows another.

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After Rey touches Luke's lightsaber she begins to have the vision, and when she falls to the floor the blaster is missing from the back of her belt, but after she "sees" Luke and R2 and then stands up the blaster is back again, tucked into her belt. (Even though Rey's having her vision of things all around her, she herself is not a vision).

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