And, the thing is, I actually like Solo and Rogue One movies. Which, I think did all this nostalgia things better. With Rogue One doing it the better of the two. It had all those nostalgia things in it, but they were mostly just window dressing. The sequel trilogy keeps throwing it back in our faces. It rubbed these things in our faces. Heck, the entire episode 7, was all about finding Luke. That was the plot, Finding Luke. They made us want to see more of him with that movie. And, then they disappointed us with the movies we got afterwards. But, had they not included that at all, had the plot been about finding Jake Skywalker, I think it'd be a whole lot better movie. Jake, Luke's son or something. He could even be still played by Mark Hamill. That'd I'd be okay with it. Remember it is Disney who played these things up. And, it is Disney that put all this nostalgia in our faces. Not us, not me. I did not demand these things, I did not ask for them. Yet, Disney did it anyways. Why? Because playing on nostalgia is Disney's entire business model.