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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force AwakensMovie...

Rey (Daisy Ridley), an inhabitant of Jakku, finds BB8, and takes it to the local marketplace where he meets Finn, who wears Poe's jacket that BB8 recognises. They get attacked by mercenaries sent by the First Order, then First Order forces, so they steal a spaceship, the Millenium Falcon, and escape from the planet. Above the planet, a larger spaceship catches them, and Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Chewie appears, who takes the Falcon for himself. Space pirates board the larger ship, they start to fight, and in the end, Rey, Finn, Solo and Chewie has to escape with the Falcon.

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force AwakensMovie...

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Finn is the one that looks to be the main protagonist, and he would be a good choice. I consider him the best part of The Force Awakens movie. He is not only an outsider to the Resistance, but he was one of their enemies, a member of the First Order. This would give a potential to express feelings about other members of the First Order - if Finn is has feelings, if he is a normal human under the armour, we could start to see the other stormtroopers through his eyes now. However, this part is never taken into consideration - Finn never thinks twice about killing his former comrades, and that makes him look kinda psychopatic. That is one thing that Luke tried to kill Imperial troopers, but he hated them, they killed his foster parents, blown a whole planet, and he didn't see them as humans. Luke got Ben as a mentor, but Ben really stayed in the background, he didn't overshadow Luke. In this film, Finn got not one, but two mentors, Rey and Poe, then Solo also appeared, and they just took over the story. That meant that we couldn't really delve into the character arc of Finn. When Finn finally joined the Resistance, we could have explored how do they accept new members, especially ones who were former members of the First Order, and as he is a deserter, there's always a shadow of suspicion how long will he be loyal to this cause. They could question where his true loyalties lie. But this was also forgotten in The Force Awakens film. I liked the cowardly nature of Finn, I've found it fun, but I don't think it's really believable after all those years of First Order brainwashing and indoctrination. (Edit - Spoilers!: Unlucky for him, the creators didn't know how to use this otherwise great character, and Finn couldn't get a proper character arc through the sequel trilogy. Even in the final episode he is still a sidekick, who doesn't do anything substantial.) 041b061a72

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