How The Force Awakens Should Have Ended

The folks at How It Should Have Ended have turned their eyes upon Star Wars: The Force Awakens. And it’s about time. They’ve had a month and a half to second guess screenwriters JJ Abrams and Lawrence Kasdan. Need I say it? This contains massive spoilers.

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But this is more than just how it should have ended. They go through various scenes throughout the movie and improve the logic and dialogue as they go. As far as the ending goes, this makes more sense, but would have prevented us from enjoying endless sequels. Oh yeah, when you think this video is over, there’s more. Several times. -via Gamma Squad

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Rey: a kid who Leia just met, who not only isn't part of the rebellion army, but believes that the rebellion is a myth anyway.
Chewie: Left the rebellion army years ago, to go a-scavenging with Han. And nobody can understand what he says.
So was Leia's plan "Our number-one priority is to find Luke, and when we finally do, let's nobody go see him. Instead, let's hope that a couple of unexpected strangers show up and let's let them go see him."? Bad leadership.
Luke McGuffin Skywalker?
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What I don't get is that the whole plot of the movie centers on Leia and her rebellion army looking for Luke, and when they finally find him at the end, neither Leia nor any of her army go to see him. They all just suddenly forgot that they've been searching all over for him?
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