There seem to be a few major things that haters keep harping on, and none of them really have much or any merit. Luke died or did not go out in a blaze of glory: Big deal. Mark is like 68 and Carrie already died. They cannot bank on him living to complete the trilogy. And hey, he is Dee definitely going to be in the next one anyway. Who cares that he don't go out in a blaze of glory? The whole theme of the film was "saving lives rather than destroying them." Thus fit in perfectly with that. Luke's interstellar projection was too powerful, except that it wasn't. This movie showed us the truth of Vader'sstatement that a Death Star is no match for the force. We've already seen people use the force over interstellar distances with the force chokes. What is the big deal? Rey's power level. I honestly think most of this is from boys who feel left out or threatened by strong girls. Snoke mentioned that Rey rises in power when Kylo does. These two are special. Besides that, Luke literally learned the force over what, a couple days in ESB? Men who complain about Rey but not Luke have a problem with women. No lightsaber duel. Except that there was. Luke and Kylo counts. As does Rey, Kylo and the guards. And to my mind so does Finn and Phasma. Snoke not getting a detailed background. Remember how the original trilogy explained Palpatine' s story? Me neither. Leia's "flight". It isn't like she was really flying. She grabbed the ship and pulled herself in. And in space there is no gravity against which to fight. The lack of white males in authority in the Resistance. Well, that is your problem. White men literally had six movies before this. Chill out. Porgs. No big deal to be honest. A few seconds every half hour is not a problem.