Before people drop the highly cliched "you're old" line which I find to be both overused and irrespective to any debate, consider this:
Disney keeps purchasing tried and true intellectual properties saving the need for creation of something new.
Reboots, prequels and retoolings are growing stale quickly for a great number of people.
Why did I dislike the TFA and TLJ so much? Disney posed this great promise of moving away from the prequel trilogies and then brought in the original actors as a bait and switch to what we knew.
Instead we get re envisioned heroes, bland story telling, lack of character development.
Subjective is opinion, and I am sure any Star Wars movie they make will be financially successful. That however does not "prove in the courtroom of public opinion" that it is good
We the people who are "just old and jaded" are responsible for this franchises initial popularity.
Why cant't Intelllectual properties and franchises be left alone? Where does it stop? Reprint the Mona Lisa with a tattoo and nose ring? Change Mozart by adding a digital drum beat?
The Last Jedi, to me, truly represents creative bankruptcy.