About a year ago, Star Wars: The Last Jedi hit theatres, forever dividing the fandom. Some people absolutely hated it, other said it was the best Star Wars movie ever. I fall somewhere in between. I didn't love it. I liked The Force Awakens more, but I didn't hate it as much as others either. There was definitely a lot I didn't like about it, so it's not among my favourite. I didn't like the character of Rose Tico, her story arc with Finn didn't make sense, the drama within The Resistance felt overdone, and the space chase with The First Order wasn't that exciting. I felt like Snoke was a wasted character, as was Captain Phasma. I get that Kylo Ren is the main antagonist of the trilogy, but still. Those two characters now seem completely pointless. It wasn't all bad though. It was great to see Yoda again. And Luke. Speaking of, I didn't have a problem with him dying, as many others did. As this new trilogy is meant to look to the future and let go of the past, I felt like it was time for him to follow Han Solo and exit the franchise.
All in all, not my favourite Star Wars movie, not my least favourite either, but definitely lower down in my list.
Which side of the force do you fall on when it comes to The Last Jedi?