it is a masculine movie with female lead, Harry Potter is a lot like Luke Skywalker but the story is told totally different. You will still get majority male fans. Not that there is anything wrong with it.
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I'm not sure why Finn would be excluded from this conversation. He had some of the funniest moments and developed bravery over the film. He didn't win his fight with Kylo, but don't forget that Luke lost versus Vader in ESB.
Finn is a tr8or (albeit to the bad guys) who runs away and bumbles his way through. He leaves his "girlfriend" then realizes that he is pretty lame so goes back for her, though she barely cares and doesn't need him. He loses most of his fights and his great accomplishment, which is the focal point of the film, is . . . Poe lets him keep his jacket. Or, put it another way, if you and your eight your old friends play Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and you get to be Finn (because Nunchuk guy was already taken), what do you get to do? Run away (from the First Order). Run away and come back (from Rey)? Get beaten up by Whino? If you're the right "kind" of boy, the highlight for you will be when you get to wear the cool-kid-who-is-playing-Poe's jacket.
Which brings up a point that has always sort of bugged me about the SW universe: how is it that a mass murderer gets to be "redeemed" by a couple of virtuous acts? Vader killed countless people but somehow turning on the Emperor and saving his son one afternoon made that all okay? Kylo murders his own father along with a bunch of helpless villagers, but we're all fully expecting him to somehow turn things around and maybe get Leia a Mother's Day card by this time next year. It's kind of troubling, really. It's like having Stalin do all his Stalin stuff and then save a puppy from drowning in a pond and all of a sudden he's everyone's hero.
How is it any different than most Christian teachings? One can commit all kinds of evil acts, but asking for forgiveness is often enough. Plus you're stretching your argument - it isn't like Vader saves a puppy. He kills a Sith Master who is murdering millions and suppressing trillions (or more).