That. Star Wars movies are so full of glaring holes relevant to the other movies in the series, which the movie makers always claim they planned ahead of time. I'm glad this quiz stuck almost exclusively to the first 2 movies. After that it jumped the Pistris Constellation, even by 10-year olds' standards.
When Vader says "I am your father", does he mean "father" the way understand it? It's fiction after all, so who knows!
That's a sure way to BS yourself out of any and every mistake. Lazy and bad writing.
The point is that the ship is powerful enough to cut next through some black holes and thus shorten the distance needed to do the Kessel Run.
Some people have a hard time grasping what a retcon is.
Thanks for the spoiler alert!
But it really wasn't a big deal, because kids say all sorts of stupid things and even then I'd learned that mostly, kids are stupid and say all sorts of untrue things. I may have heard someone claim that Leia got naked and "you could see everything", too. I didn't have much of a reason to believe it. So I don't really think it was "spoiled."
It also wasn't so much of a big deal to "spoil" a story then, because if a story is "spoiled" for you by knowing the ending or by knowing a central twist, it wasn't a very good story in the first place. The idea that spoiling a story is some grievous sin really gained traction during the Oscar campaign for The Crying Game and has gotten more popular since.
That said, I never try to reveal endings or twists to people and I'd say it's usually discourteous to do.
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