Robwinz’s review published on Letterboxd:
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is such an underrated Star Wars film and it's such a great addition to the Star Wars franchise. The movie's got a somewhat decently written story, great performances, some new memorable characters, strong dialogue, amazing comedic timing, great humour, weak and strong pacing towards certain events, a few pointless scenes (the casino scene), lack of emotions, beautiful cinematography, an interesting villain, called Snoke, who's interesting for the most part. There's even some beautiful special effects, well designed droids, cool designed creatures, hilarious and cute Porgs, well choreographed lightsaber battles and an amazing soundtrack, which was only composed by the man, the myth and the legend, John Williams.
Overall, the real question is? Is Star Wars: The Last Jedi, a brilliant Star Wars film? No, I wouldn't consider it a brilliant Star Wars film like A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back but personally I would say, it's a great Star Wars film.
Is it worth the watch? Yes, it's definitely worth the watch. I'd definitely recommend, Star Wars: The Last Jedi to any Star Wars fan of the new trilogy or to any fans of the OG trilogy or to anyone, who just enjoys these sort of films.