In response to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zI3qnK8r-kY
I'm not sure that all those who like The Last Jedi are adopting a stupid mentality.
The plot holes are too numerous to mention and these bother me, as do the social justice warrior messages, so I agree with almost every criticism I have heard about The Last Jedi. However, I don't mind the Luke arc because it surprised me and I find it entertaining. It's not my story, nor is it the story I would have written for Luke, but it's their story and I enjoyed it as is.
There is so much in the movie that I like: All the interaction between Luke and Rey. The force bond between Rey and Kylo. Rey's vision. Everything that happened in the throne room is gold, and it concludes with Ben practically proposing to Rey which is even more interesting. The Canto Bight story is not the best, but neither does it take up as much screen time as people claim it does. Parts of it, such as the chase scene, are interesting. Everything that happened during the Battle of Crait was also excellent, except for the stupid Rose scene. I liked being surprised by Luke's force projection. His passing, or becoming one with the Force, moved me to tears.
The first time around I was a little uncertain how I felt about broom boy. I found the scene both emotionally moving and a little cheesy, but this scene has grown on me. It creates hope for the future.
One the first viewing of the movie, the humor made me laugh out loud several times. It comes in surprising places. I knew that they were overdoing the humor, but I didn't care because it made me laugh. The humor is so minor in places that it is hardly a distraction. Of course, by the third viewing the jokes had lost any surprise effect and were falling flat.