This looks awesome! I just hope that they make this very serious and don't turn it in to a comedy. It works for some Marvel movies, but this needs to be serious and people need to die for it to have any gravity.
I liked it and had fun! Granted, its not a great movie. There were plot lines that seemed superfluous, some comedic moments that seemed jammed in there, and generally just seemed to drag on. That said there were enough great moments to make up for it. Seemed more like a B- ~ B+ movie that could have really used a lot more editing instead of the trash fire some of its fans are claiming it is
**WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN'T SEEN STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI YET!**
Forgive my very late (exactly 1 month, actually) response. You see, it took me a damn month to see the film and I just got back from it. In my quest to avoid all opinions and spoilers before I had seen it, I scrammed as soon as I read "Finally saw TLJ".
Unfortunately, it did not escape me that the movie got a lot of mixed reactions and Mark Hamill didn't seem to be too happy about what they did to his character. Even if it does not really alter your opinion, you kind of take that stuff into a viewing as some kind of unwanted mental luggage which makes it bothersome - at least that's how it works for me.
Now, having said the above: I really enjoyed the film! I would need to see it again and let some time pass for a more nuanced opinion, but the only thing that I didn't like is that I wanted Luke to have a bigger ending.
I wanted the big, cliché dying-in-one-last-grand-battle ending for him rather than 'it was a hologram of me all this time, but I'm still dying for some reason!' Isn't the whole point of using a hologram - in that type of situation - so that you avoid actual physical danger?
Also about fans, or anyone saying anything: You can never please people. People are horrible.