Niels ’t Hooft’s review published on Letterboxd :
Still think it’s too long, like an overflowing bucket, and that some of the less interesting material could’ve been thrown out (the casino, admiral Holdo), but watching it with my daughters last night my appreciation grew a lot. I especially liked the Luke/Rey and Rey/Kylo parts. Johnson really understands these characters/archetypes and makes them come alive in their relationships. I love the sense of weird/fun/samurai in this movie. Can’t wait for Johnson’s new Star Wars trilogy!