Other mistake: In Finn's attempted sacrifice, there are plenty of logical inconsistencies. First, Rose's pod is to the side or behind Finn, but manages to beat Finn's pod to the cannon. The collision had a similarly high chance of killing Finn as would ramming the cannon. Finn then carries Rose back to the hideout faster than it took the speeder pods to reach the cannon.
Kylo Ren kills Supreme Leader Snoke and takes control of the First Order - he asks Rey to join him in destroying the past and moving forwards free from it, and she refuses. Vice Admiral Holdo destroys Ren's ship the Supremacy by jumping to light speed directly through it, sacrificing herself. The Rebels barely make it to the planet below, but, hopelessly outgunned, are forced to retreat, aided by Rey, and the few survivors escape on the Millennium Falcon. Luke buys them time by facing Kylo Ren one on one - we eventually learn he was projecting himself across the galaxy from his home planet. Exhausted, he collapses and fades from existence, becoming one with the force.
Trivia: Rian Johnson wrote TLJ without knowing how TFA was going to end or how the trilogy would be concluded in Episode 9.
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