How come the stormtroopers always have American accents when all their officers are upper-middle-class North London British?
>Finn slaughtering mercilessly other stormtroopers
>despite knowing that they've been programmed since childhood for this job first hand
>despite being living proof that they're all redeemable
>not even a slight hesitation
Jayj is such a hack
Yeah they should had added a ''oh god I can't believe I'm doing this'' Factor to it.
He's still young so he should still be somewhat attached to the First order soldiers, If he was old he would had time to really be disgusted by them and to hate them
Finn literally seen one battle and turned.
>if your brother/sister was ordered to kill someone you would immediately forget your relationship with them and feel no remorse killing them.
You know why criminal families are the first ones questioned when a criminal is on the loose?
Do you think First Order has Stormtrooper-dramas like how we have cop dramas?
>Riot Control: Nar Shadaa
Because the troopers are strong, and they have to follow along with their cucked English master's orders. And to any brits who disagree, تمتص ديكي الأمريكي أحمد
Don't worry, Finn will eventually get what he deserves.
The way I understood it is he didn't really feel bad about killing people, he was just a coward afraid of dying, and made all that shit up to get sympathy from Poe.
Because it wasn't really the killing innocent villagers that shocked him as much as it was seeing his friend die.
Also when he says "it was the right thing to do" and then admits that he just needs a pilot.
Plus in the first half of the movie he just wants to run away. If he really felt bad, he would have wanted to stay and help.
>The way I understood it is he didn't really feel bad about killing people, he was just a coward afraid of dying, and made all that shit up to get sympathy from Poe.
Where the fuck did you get this from? Fucking Christ, /tv/...
>Yeah they should had added a ''oh god I can't believe I'm doing this'' Factor to it.
I actually do agree with this. I think it's very obvious that he hated the First Order and basically wanted out. >>64515318 is correct as well. There should've been at least some hesitation on his part to kill his former comrades, or better yet, it should've been made clearer that he wasn't really on board with slaughtering innocents and shit before deserting. If anything, the movie kinda began a bit too suddenly. Should've spent a bit more time showcasing Finn as the lone moral outcast among the cold-blooded stormtroopers.