By Cara McWilliam-Richardson
The Last Jedi was released on the 14th of December 2017 and within hours of its release fans started to flood review sites with negative reviews. It is possibly the most divisive Star Wars film of all time, and has been the subject of much backlash.
The Last Jedi had a lot to live up to, and anticipation and hopes were sky high for the film. When many felt that these expectations had not been met, director Rian Johnson was put to task defending his creative decisions.
Ironically the film has been met with overwhelming approval from critics, and unsurprisingly The Last Jedi has just gone past the one billion dollar mark at the box office. So why this massive divide? And why has The Last Jedi suffered such a backlash? This article looks at some of the reasons that audiences have been disappointed with The Last Jedi. Expect major spoilers from the outset and throughout.
1. Plot holes so big you could fly a Star Destroyer through them
Not every plot point in a film has to be so plain and obvious that the audience barely needs to bother paying attention, but on the flip side, an audience shouldn’t have to have to be left scratching their heads and trying to justify what just happened on screen because it doesn’t quite make sense in the context of the film.
In terms of The Last Jedi, fans definitely had issues with what they perceived to be various plot holes. There are even whole pages of the internet dedicated to the fact. Some plot holes include; the glossing over of the importance of the rebel ring and where exactly it came from, what happened to the rest of Luke’s students, and why Holdo
From:: Taste Of Cinema