What I've stated in passing before, and what I will now expound upon, is that the movie does not have an internal logic, or system of rules. It is a sequel, and therefore should be subject to the same rules of reality that the rest of the franchise is, but it does not obey these rules. People fly around in space for no reason. Hyperspace ramming is suddenly a viable tactic, despite the fact that it was never brought up before. Random children with brooms have mastered the Force. Rey is just as infallible as before, utterly raping the point that, no matter how much raw power someone has, they need at least some training before they can do things that are incredible. Things and people pop into and out of existence seemingly at random. It's like a five year old wrote it.I never said they werent
I said the MOVIE said they werent [even though that didnt make sense] and you need to judge the movies internal logic by the standard it sets for itself to be able to suss out the deeper meanings of the story and narrative
Look at the files below, maybe I'm not wrong about this last point.
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