Come on, guys, really? There were times, when Ridley actually got a chance to smile, her face flattened into a virtual Ms. Knightley's Viking cat-face.
For a long time, the heroes of Star Wars Films were equally identical, even to the chin cleft:
And yes, I know, it's supposed to be Daddy/Big Boy, so they should look alike.
But finally, now, we get a hero who looks like his own self, not a cardboard cutout of the rest of them. (Yes, I know we and Billy DeWilliams, but he was a side kick, not a hero.
But even when you throw in Princess Leia, there is a definite pattern. (And, no I don't define casting someone not remotely Jewish as a change in the pattern.) Don't even get me started on Disney Princesses and the Short Nose Thing.
Please, next time, Mr. Lucas, give us a break. Cast the luminous and brilliant Lupita Nyong'o as a young heroine rather than a 1000 year old seer.
Oh, well, maybe next time.