After initially earning the title of the most divisive movie the Skywalker Saga had ever seen when it landed in theatres back in 2017, Rian Johnson's Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi has simply earned more love and appreciation with age.
Those who first balked at the idea of Rey being controversially revealed as a "nobody" all along, for example, soon realised that this bold call was at least more exciting than the idea of her bafflingly being the next generation of Palpatine.
And others eventually came to the realisation that the daring middle entry in the sequel trilogy actually contained some of the most spectacular visuals, dialogue exchanges, and twists in the franchise's history, too.
Even those who have gone out of their way to fire up Johnson's Porg-stuffed 152-minute epic on more than a few occasions in the time since they first witnessed Supreme Leaders get sliced in two and Jedi legends brush off an entire First Order, though, likely haven't spotted every single brilliant detail that makes Episode VIII such a rewatchable delight.
With that in mind, from the sneaky way the filmmakers managed to slip an iconic line into the action, to those awesome references that probably passed you by, these are all of the easily overlooked moments and wonderful elements you never noticed in The Last Jedi.
20. Those Bombs From The Last Jedi's Opening Weren't Actually CGI
The Last Jedi certainly came stuffed with its fair share of incredible CGI, with everything from the sensational Holdo maneuver to Supreme Leader Snoke being masterfully brought to life by digital wizardry in the flick.
However, one sequence you may have initially assumed was another jaw-dropping computer-generated moment of action was actually far more practical than you realised.
As noted by Episode VIII's special effects supervisor Chris Corbould (as per IGN), the visual of rows of bombs dropping out of a Resistance bomber early in the film was partly achieved by creating a legitimate 50-foot high set and releasing some very practical 16-inch prop bombs.
Once they "sort of went out the bottom and out sideways", CGI version of the weapons then took over as they travelled down towards the First Order Dreadnought below in the flick. But those bombs that initially fell past a brave Paige Tico were very much there on the day of shooting.