Jesse_Wroe’s review published on Letterboxd:
Enjoyable entertainment. Insofar as an overtly episodic entry in a movie franchise can be dramatically satisfying, it's strengths come in particular moments, most of which are either visually appealing or effective action montages. Yet, there are a couple of thematically good moments too, which are strengthened by set pieces (dialog, fights, etc.).
I actually liked this more than Episode 7 and Rogue One, but that's akin to saying that a particular transitory pocket in the greater story of, say, Harry Potter, is enjoyable as an isolated narrative.