So have y'all noticed that Kylo Ren not only looks like a stereotypical school shooter, he actually sort of is one? (he used a lightsaber but you know what I mean.) I just think it's funny that A. Disney, a "family-friendly" company made him like that deliberately, or B. it totally went over their heads. Like seriously, he's a spergy-looking teen who probably sat in the back of the class and wore black even before becoming a sith, who goes and kills his entire school in a fit of rage.
Star Wars is a series that features Luke's adoptive parents burned to a crisp, Anakin killing children, being disarmed, defeated and burned, and the destruction of a planet. There's plenty of death and grim stuff.
best part of the movie and only redeeming part of the trilogy.but no more mask ;_;
tbqh family they left out too much exposition in the name of wanting to push twists in episode VIII. It left VII feeling like it was missing something. It's true that Vader wasn't even going to be Anakin Skywalker when Star Wars was first written and that change is what brought the twist, but they're trying to introduce a pre planned twist by withholding information that made the movie feel stunted without it.
I say this as someone who loved the movie and probably shed a few tears a few times during the movie.
I agree but I think the story was told this way in order to resemble the point of view of the new characters. It's about these new heroes joining this conflict, and they get information on a need to know basis.