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Mark Hamill and Rian Johnson revealed at a BAFTA screening that Hamill asked to play a CG character in addition to his role as Luke Skywalker, saying that he had done it before (he had previous done CGI work for the computer game "Star Citizen"). In the film he plays Dobbu Scay, the character who puts money inside BB-8 in the Casino scenes. See more »
When the fathiers stampede out the stable, a guard rushes into the corner of the room near a pipe. In the next shot the guard is no longer there. See more »
Disney has done lasting damage to Star Wars.
It is game over because the characters are unexplained and magical, they have everything happen way too easily and any storyline development can simply occur due to some magical power.
Yoda and Kenobi were clear they cannot interfere after death. Guess again... !?!?!
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