two four words: I didn't like it.
Fortunately, I am not a big fan of the whole series, because had I been I would have been greatly disappointed. Not being a fan I am just upset. I don't know what George Lucas was thinking about when selling the rights to the franchise to Disney, but under the guidance of the latter the episodes are becoming more and more distasteful...
I won't say anything about the actors (about both the new ones and the old ones, though I share a joke about the screenwriters overcomplicating their future tasks of writing new plots by "killing" and "leaving alive" wrong characters ))), but the authors of the plot should have read all the previous scenarios more carefully (or just read them once, because I'm not sure whether they actually did it). The universe created by Lucas was logical enough, viewers knew and thus could predict what the heroes could and couldn't do. In the new reality everything seems to be possible and thus illogical. For example, how did Luke achieve an ability to send his hologram to a place million kilometers away from him? He definitely didn't have such a skill in the previous episodes, and without any explanation such a twist of plot seems just "fabricated". How did Ray learn to move stones in just a couple of minutes, when for master Yoda it had taken weeks to teach Luke just to pick up a sword? And some scenes seemed to be awkward copy-pastes from the another episodes of the saga and other Hollywood movies.
Another problem is minor characters. I realize that in our time of political correctness for a "passable" it is necessary to have characters of both gender and different races, but IMHO in this movie there was too much of such a variety. This was a fantastic movie, not a picture about modern social problems, thus I think it might have been spared lots of character types.
Was there anything good in the movie? Well, there was a bit of humor, but it was almost not related to the plot. Scenes like Chewbacca eating strange chickens and a kind of a parody to James Bond movies were funny enough, but what on Earth did they have in common with Star Wars? (The authors didn't even invent some funny robots like they used to have in the previous episodes...)
To sum up - the movie turned out to be dull, boring and not worth to be watched at all. And it almost ruined any chances of the next episode to be seen by me, sorry ))