I suggest not watching The Rise of Skywalker unless you're a very forgiving fan. Even so, you would find yourself between being confused of the jumpy script and cringing at stupid characters (except maybe Robert E. Grant).
For once, I would have hoped JJ Abrams to go full-on fanservice mode and not trying to be original.
@nikoheikkila I thought it was good and also very fanservicy. The premise takes quite a bit of suspension of disbelief, but after that I thought the plot works nicely.
@jonne Yeah, the plot was rich of entertaining scenes that kept entertaining for a couple of minutes until they were hastily woven to the next scene. Left me a feeling that I watched about 2 hours worth of trailers.
As for the fanservice, it wasn't as shameless in it as Episode VII but at least it tried.
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