In response to this second video, I made the following comment ...
"Let me make an analogy with Spider Man 3. The last 25 to 30 minutes of that movie were pretty terrible, but the first 90 minutes I found very entertaining. Overall, to me the movie felt like it was worth watching, despite an obvious flaw.
With both Star Wars movies in this trilogy, I notice some major plot holes, more so in The Last Jedi, and what feels like missing information. There is still way too much that hasn't been explained.
However, The Last Jedi seems to be designed to defy all our expectations as a form of entertainment. They seem to be deliberately withholding information, like the backstory of all the major characters, so as to more easily surprise us. Part of this is because the structure of the film crams too much stuff in it, so there isn't room for a lot of exposition. This makes it feel compressed, but that is part of why it is entertaining. The structure of the film feels like it is experimental, because they are not following any normal path. You could attribute this to bad story telling, or corporate boardroom shenanigans where they tried to put too much in the movie, or maybe it is secretly brilliant.
Regardless, even if parts of the movie are bad, there is way too much stuff in the film that I like. I think that there is a lot going on under the surface that I hope gets explained later, and I noticed way more detail on my second viewing."