Daisy Ridley believes that the Last Jedi's logical flaw was to blame

Daisy Ridley believes that the Last Jedi's logical flaw was to blame ...

Rian Johnson isn't well-known among Star Wars devotees. His version of the star saga sparked outrage among many viewers. The Return of Luke Skywalker was a disappointment for many fans.

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While Rey is considered to be extremely force-sensitive and develops incredible abilities in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, numerous theories have gone wild as to who they might have inherited these abilities.

In episode 8, Antagonist Kylo Ren gleefully told Rey that her parents were "worthless nobodies" who sold their child into slavery to finance her next bottle of wine. In Episode 9, what seemed to be Darth Sidious, also known as Emperor Palpatine, was renamed Rey.

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In retrospect, it must be said that Kathleen Kennedy's original plan, to develop three new Star Wars films independently from one another by three different directors, went horribly wrong. You can clearly see in Episode 8 that Rian Johnson probably didn't really know what JJ Abrams intended to accomplish with the story. In many places, Rian Johnson seemed to want to clarify what he had "done".

Daisy Ridley defends director Rian Johnson and attempts to savor things in a very diplomatic manner.

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"It was JJ's assumption that Rey was a nobody," says the author of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. "You can be a hero no matter where you come from, even if you're descended from literally the worst person in the universe." Daisy Ridley as Rey is one of the highlights of the sequel trilogy.

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