Which is a fair point. It worked for me. I thought having him attempt to reach his son with the full knowledge he was probably going to Die served the story better than some cliched going out in a blaze of glory sacrifice play, But I understand why it didn't work for everyone. I would have preferred it if he didn't die at all...but again that was Harrison's decision. I thought Han's death scene and the follow up scene in Episode IX was well done. But of course YMMV. Marcia seems less upset with how it was executed and more upset with the very idea or concept of Han (or Luke) dying. I wish she would have been more nuanced with her criticism and actually expressed and explained why she believed what she believed rather than the fairly generic " JJ and Kathleen don't get Star Wars and killing Han Solo ruined everything". I honestly would like to hear from her why she feels that way rather than a vague regurgitation of the Fandom Menace's usual talking points.