I've been wondering about the Starkiller base. Does this planet have the ability to make a hyperspace jump or does it just sit there shooting at long distance tagets? If it uses up all the energy of a near by sun how does it maintain any form of life on it's surface. What happens when all the sun's energy is gone? Does it go find another sun to leech off? What happens to the sun it sucked inside? Does it become a black hole? What happens to gravity around it if the sun is gone?
I'm really hoping that Rey isn't related to any Skywalker and that Finn isn't one of Lando's love children. When Han said Kylo Ren's true name of Ben, I said "His name isn't Ben! It's Jacen! That's Luke's son's name!" I knew Han was going to get it in the end but when he did there was a collective cry of shock from everyone in the audience. It hit pretty hard even though I could see where that was going.
Nothing there yesterday morning. It looks like they have been replaced with R2-D60. No one seems to know if they are getting more. Hopefully I will see them again before the end of the year. I will keep up the hunt.
Incredible movie! Everything felt so real and alive. The dialog was smart, funny and emotional. Rey was the star of the movie. Han, Chewie and Leia never missed a beat in their ping ponging off of each other. A really sad moment that we all knew was coming but hoped it didn't. It needed more R2 but BB-8 filled in well. That is one fast and durable droid. This is a huge home run for J.J. and makes the prequels look incredibly bad.