Fans Are Sharing The Most Frustrating Scenes In All Of 'Star Wars'

List Rules
Vote up the most frustrating scenes in the 'Star Wars' movies.

Star Wars is a beloved franchise that has delighted fans for decades, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. However, sometimes things you love can have flaws. In this case, MAJOR flaws, frustratingly major flaws. 

Fans are sharing which scenes in the Star Wars movies they find the most frustrating, and why. Vote up the scenes you agree with!


  • 1
    1,090 VOTES

    Rose Crashes Into Finn And They Kiss

    Rose Crashes Into Finn And They Kiss
    Photo: Star Wars: The Last Jedi / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/Vealzy:

    Rose crashing into Finn... the realisitic scenario of that being both of them dying, and the people in the base eventually dying. 

    From Redditor u/Bohica1099:

    Is nobody going to point out that the First Order just stood there while Finn and Rose had their "moment?" Literally were shooting at them then decided, no wait... they're talking...

    From Redditor u/Bleak01a:

    The kiss between Finn and Rose at the end of The Last Jedi. Cringe level maximum. 

    1,090 votes
  • 2
    911 VOTES

    The Odd Choices In The Final 'Return Of Skywalker' Battle

    The Odd Choices In The Final 'Return Of Skywalker' Battle
    Photo: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/DeathstickAreCool:

    "Ships that size need help taking off, nav can't tell which way is up out there."

    Seriously people? The bad guys can't tell which way is up? F**king pathetic.

    From Redditor u/FuckTumblrMan:

    Also, "jam their speeders," "They're not on speeders," - cut to space horses. 

    MF TILT THE SHIP, THEY DIE YOU WIN.

    From Redditor u/kingoflint282:

    This may be the dumbest thing in those movies. You have a fleet of star destroyers with death star lasers and they're suddenly not a threat because you destroyed one beacon? So are the ships just stranded there forever now? 

    From Redditor u/Any-Worldliness1957:

    Because gravity is a magical concept and only the Navigation Tower Wizard can lead the way...

     

    911 votes
  • 3
    1,007 VOTES

    Finn And Rey's Quicksand Scene

    Finn And Rey's Quicksand Scene
    Photo: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/LenniGengar:

    Finn wanting to tell Rey something in the quicksand...

    From Redditor u/Lombard333:

    "Hey Finn, what did you want to tell Rey?"

    "Oh, nothing."

    The final movie in an enormous franchise and there's this random set-up with no payoff or explanation. So dumb.

    1,007 votes
  • 4
    1,041 VOTES

    The Sith Dagger

    The Sith Dagger
    Photo: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/Omnislash99999:

    The Sith Dagger in The Rise of Skywalker... laziest, dumbest thing in Star Wars

    From Redditor u/That_archer_guy:

    Wow, this ancient Sith dagger matches perfectly with a piece of the only-a-few-decades-old wreckage of the Death Star...

    1,041 votes
  • 5
    1,008 VOTES

    The Waste Of Time That Was Canto Bight

    The Waste Of Time That Was Canto Bight
    Photo: Star Wars: The Last Jedi / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/ultratunaman:

    The whole casino planet, save the space horses, find the code breaker, Rose can tag along, waste of time sequence. 

    Sitting through that I was just like, "the f**k are we watching?!"

    From Redditor u/Shadowrend01:

    Jokes on them. Those horses would have been rounded up within a few hours. 

    1,008 votes
  • 6
    1,094 VOTES

    Leia Has A 'Mary Poppins' Moment

    Leia Has A 'Mary Poppins' Moment
    Photo: Star Wars: The Last Jedi / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

    From Redditor u/Theilliteratescholar:

    Leia's Mary Poppins moment was the dumbest part of the movie, I thought they were going to kill her off since the actress had passed away, but somehow they decided to keep her in, but let Admiral Ackbar die in the scene they inexplicably let her live in. 

    From Redditor u/Apprentice_Jedi:

    When Leia flew through space back into the ship totally unharmed... I laugh at it every time. 

    1,094 votes