They mention vectors
It's just that they write it the way their use DOES make sense, but doesn't HAVE to be understood.
I pity those who enjoy star trek because pew pew and le nerdy bing bazinga babbling. You don't even have to be a scientist to understand it, just not a fucking redneck.
>I barely know how to operate a blaster
>proceeds to destroy the entire flight deck on a cruiser
>destroys the cruiser's batteries
>kills 2 tie fighters
>outskills a sith fucking lord with a lightsaber
>said sith lord is a fucking bona fide robot
>I was a janitor at the death star, therefore I know how it operates
>forces a former CO to disable a planetary wide forcefield
>an attack is planned and executed within 15 minutes
>12 x-wings overwhelm an entire planet's worth of defences
>still doesn't die
THE POWER OF PLOT COMPELS YOU!
It's a good movie, but it was clear throughout the whole thing they were trying to get nostalgic feelings going and to distance the new series from the prequels as much as possible, which is understandable.
I just hope they begin going somewhere a lot more original starting with the next movie or else the story arcs are going to be incredibly predictable and bland.
Literally just okay. I liked Poe and Finn plus the X wing fights. Other than that the movie is pretty bland, didn't get excited for it. Better than the prequels at least. Didn't really like Rey or Kylo Ren though.
Whatever, I'm much more excited for Rouge One though.
Honestly I don't give a fuck about Star Wars
I just don't see the appeal
idk havent seen it and not curious either
from what ive heard it seems like a typical hollywood movie made on a big old title so it can revive it and get even more money from the sheep
i was really enjoyed it. all new characters and actors are good. finn, kylo, rey and poe are awesome. not very fresh, but ok 2bh.
i know rey seems to be mary sue, but it is a movie m8. little mary sue-features make movie better.