Many fans cite this moment as one of those magical scenes in the entire franchise. The cinematography, the score, Yoda's incredible monologue about the force... I totally get it. It's a very well done scene on a technical level. I have a small problem with it though, and it's something I don't usually see brought up. It's redundant. The problem is that the movie had already made it very clear that jedi can use the force to move objects with their mind. We'd seen Luke do it twice up until that point. First on Hoth with the lightsaber and then during his training with Yoda as he lifted the rocks off the ground. Sure we hadn't seen him move anything as large as an x-wing before... but then is that really such an awe inspiring reveal? "Oh wow I knew the force could move objects but not LARGE objects?" From a storytelling perspective wouldn't it have made more sense to keep that ability a secret from the audience until it was time for Yoda to raise the ship out of the swamp? Wouldn't that have made for a much better scene?