I finished watching it about 24 hours ago.
1st up practical advice:
It made very little use of 3D, no need to spend extra on seeing it in 3D.
It did implement 4DX well, but employed it excessively so much so that eventually we just wished we could just sit still and not get constantly sprayed, tossed and poked.
It was largely awful.
Not as bad as Phantom Menace or Clone Wars, but way worse than most of the others in the series.
It felt like it was co-written by a teenager and a child.
It was chock full of Lucas Cringe (as if to make up for the relative lack of Lucas Cringe in the last 2 films).
Adam Driver remained excellent as Kylo Ren - the saving grace of the film.
Laura Dern was good too.
Benicio Del Toro embarrassed himself less than Samuel L Jackson, Liam Neeson, or Ewan McGregor, but it was still well sub-par for the performances he usually delivers.
They continued to try shoving 2nd rate characters & actors down our throats - but I guess that’s to be expected with Star Wars at this stage.
The child actors on the casino planet were a particular low point and almost as bad Jake Lloyd.
While Star Wars is not hardcore science fiction, I think it should at least expect itself conform to a few basic things such as the nature of gravity and the lethality of the vacuum of space.