Movie looks great and I can't wait, this is a gorgeous trailer, but I gotta say it's not as good as it could've been as a trailer. It feels way too CONSISTENT with TFA trailers. It feels very derivative of those, and I think it makes this movie feels less like a huge awe-inspiring event and more like... the continuation of the movie we all saw in 2015. I know it's exactly that, but marketing's job is to make sure this looks like a must-see to everyone. To me, this trailer doesn't make me more excited than I already was to see the film, because it doesn't raise enough questions and does not surprise me enough.
- Cool to see Luke apparently training Rey. It looks like she emerged from a cave at the start of the trailer, could it be similar to the cave on Dagobah where Luke fought Vader?
- The force being "far more than light and darkness" sounds VERY interesting. Could there be more shades of grey to the Force than we've realized? That goes in hand with the "end of the Jedi" idea at the end of the trailer and the talk that Luke is a far darker character in this film.
- What was with that random shot of tree branches on a wall with the plume of light? I have no idea what that was about.
- Looks like we're getting a Hoth-style land battle with AT-ATs going against the Resistance's new airspeeder which look super cool. And it may just be the way it was cut, but it looked like one was being piloted by a still-comatose Finn?
- Yay for more space battles, and it looks like this one will be at a far greater scale than Force Awakens. I'm okay with this.
- The biggest shot is the destroyed mask of Vader. It looks like Kylo Ren might go on a bit more of a freakout than we expect.
But yeah, I'm hyped. It's nice that this trailer basically didn't reveal anything, no cool teases, no story hints, nothing.