At this point, pretty much everyone that has been planning to see the new Star Wars story in theaters has already watched it. Perhaps there might be some out there that feel that an eighth movie in any franchise isn't worth seeing, and maybe some out there saw it, but didn't understand how much effort, love, and time went into each second of the movie. I will now recollect every right move that the crew over at Disney did in order to make a movie impossible to hate, without spoiling it of course.
There is a little known rule in the movie industry called the Bechdel test, which is put in place as more of a guideline than anything for gender diversity in the media. What entails inside it are three vague rules making one vague sentence: at least two female characters that discuss with each other something other than the opposite gender. The test doesn't specifically state how long those characters have to be in the movie or if their talking plays a prominent role in the story, making it c