Director Rian Johnson's second installment in the third "Star Wars" trilogy made box office history over the weekend. The highly anticipated film debuted in North America theaters with a $220 million at the box office, making the "The Last Jedi" the second-best "Star Wars" franchise opening under 2015's, "The Force Awakens."
In addition to the film's box office success, the film was well-received by critics and earned a "fresh" score of 93 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. But despite the critical acclaim and the box office domination, viewers and fans of the "Star Wars" franchise took to Twitter to share their divided opinions about the film.
Many fans who did not enjoy the film complained about everything from the movie just not feeling like a true "Star Wars" film to being annoyed by Luke's overall character.
But fans who did enjoy the film praised the movie's acting and enjoyed analyzing some of the deeper meanings and life lessons they acquired after viewing.
According to Disney, "The Last Jedi" brought in a total of $230 million in international ticket sales and a overall three-day global haul of $450 million.