This movie was fun. I must admit I felt myself more compelled by the old characters from the original Star Wars movies. This includes Han Solo (Harrison Ford), Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hammil) in a small roll and C3-PO (Anthony Daniels) also in a smaller roll. Of the newer characters, Rey (Daisy Ridley) is a mystery. Hers is also the most intriguing character. Here she is using the force before she has received any training, nor even know what she is using. Another character in somewhat the same boat, though we do get some of this past is Fin (John Boyega). Another character who is really underdeveloped is the son of Leia and Solo, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver). He is intent on bringing back the dark like his grandfather, and he does many evil things like Darth Vader. Another interesting character is Wollivan (Warwick Davis), another droid. R2D2 is here but in such a small way as he has shut himself off. You see Luke went into hiding when his training of Kylo Ren went bad. Now the dark wants to find him to remove any possibility of the light reemerging, and the light want to find him so he can lead them to victory.
And so we have our struggle again between the dark side and the light side of the force. I recommend this movie. The old characters have already been developed, and it seems the newer character need more development. Of course more episodes will be coming. As for now this movie continues to set box office records.
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