Last night I went to see The Last Jedi for a second time. As a whole, I liked it as much if not more than the first time I saw it. But I also didn't come out of it the first time hating the movie, I actually quite liked it. I personally put it just below The Force Awakens on my list of favorite Star Wars movies, but TFA is also one of my favorite movies.
But that's not why we're here! We're here to talk about one of those moments that are in every Star Wars movie. It's sort of a tradition for someone to say, "I have a bad feeling about this," for someone to lose a hand, and for a stormtrooper to give out that generic scream.
So fair warning, there are SPOILERS AHEAD so if you have not seen The Last Jedi this might be a good time to stop reading.
**SPOILERS START HERE**
I don't recall seeing this anywhere or hearing about it after I saw the movie the first time, but the second time around I caught the "missing hand". Toward the end of the movie, General Hux is inspecting Supreme Leader Snoke's throne room and seeing the aftermath of the battle. We see a closeup of Snoke's face, then see his body slide out of the chair. When his body slides out of his chair, his left hand is distinctly still sitting on the armrest of the chair.
I think there was some speculation and assumption that it was his hand cut off (he was the only one truly cut by a lightsaber), but I can give my personal stamp that it is very confirmed. I'm sure I'll see this movie again in theaters, but for sure when it's released for home viewing everyone else can see it as well!
As a side note, apparently BB-8 is the one to say, "I have a bad feeling about this" in the opening sequence. As for the stormtrooper scream, I missed it in both viewings of the movie. Leave a comment below if you heard where that happened!