‘Star Wars’: 7 Questions Still Left Open After ‘The Last Jedi’

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi is finally here and critics and fans are clamoring for more. Writer and director Rian Johnson turned in a mature story that moved the Star Wars plot forward in a lot of unexpected ways. Some questions from The Force Awakens were finally answered and new questions were set up for future movies to answer.

In addition to humorous moments and explosive action scenes, The Last Jedi has some of the most complex plot points of the entire Star Wars franchise. The universe is a dark and mysterious place, and the characters have just as many questions about what’s going on as the audience does. Nothing will ever be the same, and now the Star Wars universe and everyone’s favorite character must adjust to everything that took place in The Last Jedi. 

Warning: this article is full of spoilers, so turn back now if you haven’t seen it! Hit Next to learn about the seven questions still open after seeing The Last Jedi! 

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  • Vegas82

    I’m going to add, Who are Rey’s parents. I feel like calling them nobodies who sold her for drinks was a misdirect.

    • I think you’re totally right. Her vision in TFA shows a ship leaving Jakku, so Kylo basically told her a lie to make her feel alone in hopes of turning her. I agree there is definitely more to the story.

      • Darthmanwe

        Kylo didnt tell her anything. It was Rey that first talked “They were nobodies.”

        Its amazing how %99.99999 of internet seems to forget that she was the one that said it first.

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  • The only part of The Last Jedi that disappointed me was Snoke’s abrupt departure. I can totally see where the story is going with Kylo doing what many thought his grandfather should have done to Palpatine, but I think fans were robbed of an obviously powerful villain who we didn’t even get to know. I did however read an interview with Rian Johnson where he stated that in the original trilogy we really had no idea who the Emperor was until the prequels told his backstory, so it’s possible that he will delve into Snoke a little deeper in his forthcoming trilogy. To me it’s just really frustrating we had this powerful leader that was struck down because he pissed off his “stepson” and we are all left wondering who he really was.

  • bingeit 45

    why luke left a map if he really went to the island to die?