Woodaba’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Every Generation Has A Saga", this movie's marketing claims. You know what it says about this generation?
That you can never aspire to be anything more than an emulation of the faded glories of your parents. That legacy, that family is all that matters, and that any attempt to make anything of your own is doomed to failure, because your family name is what will forever define you.
Rise of Skywalker says that you don't deserve a story of your own. All you are good for is carrying the standard of your parents, everything they were and everything they cared about, into the future. Star Wars is not something you can make your own, it can only ever be a monument to what your parents loved.
Technically disastrous. Edited like a nightmare. Paced like a dentist on cocaine giving root canal. Sickening in it's technical construction and thematic intent.
Intellectually and morally bankrupt.
The Worst Star Wars Film Ever Made.