humility or anxiety when coming up against an enemy. I wish we’d had seen a bit more of him in this film, but being that this film had quite an ensemble, I can understand why and hope to see more of him in the sequels. Right away, he’s likeable and we understand he’s a heroic figure as part of the Resistance.
However, later in the film, it appears he’s conflicted with his emotions involving his parentage which creates a problem for his allegiance to the dark side of the Force. The arc of this character may seem a little quick and forced, but as with all the aspects of this film I have to look at it as a third of a story. Hopefully we get to see more on how Kylo Ren came to be…as well as The First Order as a whole.
information from other characters’ minds, so how would Finn be any match for him? Through exposition we find out that Finn was born and raised to be a storm trooper, not even given a name but a label—FN-2187, so how is it he can use a lightsaber and go toe-to-toe with a being as powerful with the Force as Kylo Ren?