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A neat detail in Star Wars: The Last Jedi [Coded Spoiler]

We saw Star Wars: The Last Jedi for a second time a while back, mainly because a large group of friends was going and we had most of the theater to ourselves, so it was sort of like a private screening. During my re-watching, I spotted a number of things that I'd missed the first time, but one in particular stood out…

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11 thoughts on “A neat detail in Star Wars: The Last Jedi [Coded Spoiler]”

  1. I did notice that, that is one of those things that show a remarkable attention to detail in the movie. Did you notice the dice were in old (Episode IV) Millennium Falcon cockpit shots all along?

    Also, at first I wondered why [spoiler]when Kylo lunged at Luke, in the very next scene they were something like 12-15 feet apart. It made for good cinema (widescreen) but also a clue that there was something unusual going on.[/spoiler]

    1. Note: If you're reading this now, things have changed as I stopped using the ROT13 plug-in (it was flooding a database table with millions of entries). The post (including how-to-hide spoiler instructions) and comments have been updated for the new method.


      1. It didn't work at first, as I provided incorrect instructions. I edited the comment (and the instructions), so now it works.


    1. Good catch—turns out you can't "double tap" on an iPhone. I changed the setting to "single click," and now, in testing on my iPad, it seems to be working. Please let me know if it works for you.


        1. Small aside: kinda weird that emoji get turned into question marks. Ideally they'd come thru OK; if that's for some reason less than feasible... maybe some other glyph. Question marks can look kinda confusing...

          BTW what a nice little feature, that [spoiler]rot13 can be embedded within a post like this in the middle of [/spoiler] otherwise normal text :)

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