I can't believe stuff like the milk scene and the porgo crying that Chewie was eating another porgo was filmed, let alone made it into the final cut.
That seems like stuff people would joke about adding in a SNL parody or something...
I want to see this again more than I wanted to see TFA again (which I just watched once and thought, eh...) just to see how much more I notice on a second viewing.
A lot of the movie seemed a bit weak, but I also appreciated that they did not feel the need to explain every little plot detail. I also appreciated how unashamedly weird they decided to go in some scenes, but still, that doesn't necessarily make for a good space opera.
The fact that the internet seems to be reacting worse to this movie than it did the prequels, AND the fact that Disney looked at this movie and thought "solid, we need this guy to write and direct the next one" just blows my mind.
Considering they have fired two other sets of directors on in progress SW movies, but thought this one was solid gold on track is troubling... how far off track were those other ones, or are the people in charge just that out of touch?
Even Rogue One needed a tonne of reshooting and the first half seemed like a mess of stuff likely due to this. If Disney manages to kill its SW cash cow before I die, I will actually be kind of impressed with that level of incompetence.