The humor found in the movie's dialogue from Finn, Rey—and almost everyone, really—has a Whedon-esque touch that I appreciated. Small changes like seeing different angles beneath and next to imperial starships during transitions led to some beautiful eye-candy. And a broader color palette of racial backgrounds is a welcome change from the original movies' theme of "White People and Lando." The actors in this movie are a nice balance of newer names like Boyega and Daisy Ridley, as well as older favorites like Game Of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie, Lupita Nyong'o, and even Daniel Craig, Bill Hader, and Ben Schwartz. Seeing Adam Driver's face as Kylo Ren added a nice touch to the ominous figure impersonating the persona of his Grandpa Anakin. While removing the mask humanized Ren as the troubled son of Leia and Han, I couldn't help but feel like I was watching a Girls episode when suddenly Driver's normal voice and face were revealed.