We had a "long lunch" at work and caught an 11:45 AM show. I loved it, a notch behind Empire Strikes Back. Spoiler: Major spoilers here, do not click until you've seen the movie or don't care! Rey, Finn, Kylo, and underutilized Poe were all great. The human legacy characters (except for Luke and his 10 seconds) were the weakest part of the movie. They probably felt obligated to include them, and as a fan I wanted them to, but yeah, 10-15 years too late. Ford and Fisher came off as tired to me, Fisher moreso. I wouldn't be surprised if part of the brain trust's thinking in killing off Han was to check the legacy box and move on. It would work fine for me if Luke is the only human from episodes 4-6 whom we see in the sequels. Hey, when Rey went into that basement following a little girl's voice, and then touched the light saber for the first time, I assume she was that little girl in the flashback, being either dragged away or held back while that ship took off? The ship looked like the Falcon, too, no?. Maybe Han and Leia had twins. I'm taking my family after Christmas -- I'll have to watch that flashback scene more closely. Lupita Nyong'o is excellent as Moz, too, and I'm surprised that we didn't get to see Gwendoline Christie's (Captain Phasma) face. Would have been nice for them to show Brienne of Tarth!