After being dissected and analyzed, a lot of fans and critics alike gave their reactions to the recently unveiled “Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer. In fact, YouTube is now full of reaction videos from different people.

But, one reaction video stands out from the rest, and surprisingly, it is from Kylo Ren. Auralnauts shared an almost four-minute video where Adam Driver’s role can be seen watching “Episode 8” second official trailer.

Kylo’s reaction to the new trailer and truce with Rey

“What’s up everyone, it’s your boy Kylo,” a man wearing Kylo Ren’s attire said.

He was about to watch the new “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” trailer and gave his comments about it in every scene. He was making fun of the video when the teaser started rolling and Luke was talking about his “raw” and untamed power. However, he believed that the master Jedi was referring to Rey (Daisy Ridley) and not him.

He was watching Rey’s training under his uncle Luke. “That edit is super misleading,” he said about the trailer. It seemed like he has the same sentiments as most of the fans. He, too, believed that that the video clip was very misdirecting.

He was also confused to see the teaser’s ending. As Rey was looking for someone who could help her to find her place in all that has been happening, Kylo can be seen extending his hand to help.

In fact, he was annoyed by this. “Ha ha ha, there will be no truce,” he said while laughing.

Kylo’s reaction to other scenes in the trailer

Kylo Ren also has a soft side in him that was revealed while he was watching the new “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” trailer.

Just like others, he was also in love with the appearance of Porgs inside the iconic Millennium Falcon with Chewbacca.

He also revealed his inner “Game of Thrones” fan by comparing his uncle, Luke Skywalker to Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), who also killed his father, Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance). To recall, Anakin Skywalker, or more famously known as Darth Vader, died in the hands of his son.

Will the same happen to him and his mother, General Leia Organa (the late Carrie Fisher)?

In the trailer, Kylo was seen thinking if he was going to attack the fleet where his mom was inside.

Aside from that, he didn’t even like the scene where Adam Driver’s character smashed his own helmet. Lastly, he was confused about the word “Christmas,” saying that the First Order was not actually a fan of Santa Claus.

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is set to be released on December 15 in the U.S.