Finn, Poe, Rey, and Rose are on vacation in the luxurious Halcyon starcruiser (of Walt Disneyworld fame-I see what you did there, Disney!) to celebrate the end of the war. Former stormtrooper Finn has planned this getaway for his pals to give them one last hurrah before they all go their separate ways. But despite his best efforts and a rockin' Hawaiian shirt, his plans have derailed. Poe can't stop scheduling activities, Rey just wants to sleep by the pool, and Rose isn't sure if heroes even take vacation! Poor Finn, alone and bummed, attempts to drown his sorrows in the starcruiser bar. It's there that the action really takes off, as he's visited, A Christmas Carol-style, by three ghosts, who attempt to teach him something about letting go. Our final ghost is none other than General Leia Organa. She's the only one that Finn knew personally, so it makes sense that her story would be more personal than the other two. Her vacation story involves Han and teenager Ben taking a detour before they drop their son off at Jedi training. Han wants to visit sites of his past, while Ben just wants a chance to fly the Falcon. On Endor, past and future meet when Ben, through a series of mishaps involving a cute girl and a bully, ends up at the controls in an asteroid field made of Death Star debris. Ben must literally navigate the garbage of his family's past to get to safety. The story ends with something that a huge section of the fandom has been clamoring for: a Ben/Leia hug. Watching Ben skip off to the Jedi temple while knowing what awaits him there definitely gave me the feels-the happy vacation is even more precious than Han or Leia knew because it will be their last as a family. Force ghost Kylo Ren appearing on the Halcyon, coupled with Leia reminding Finn "no one is ever really gone," is a touching moment that will no doubt send Reylos into a storm of theories about whether Ben Solo is indeed truly dead for good. LEGO Star Wars is known for its Easter eggs and movie callbacks, and there are here in force. All three trilogies are represented, as well as the standalone films Solo and Rogue One.
Lego Star Wars Summer Vacation
Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Sci-Fi
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