I like the trade and politics involved. The prequels had world buildings, a good cast and the memes alone are worth it.
The sequels had some cool scenes but you can't build a movie around that alone. It needs a vision, a strong story and character development rather than leaning so heavily on skywalker name. Adam Driver was the best part. So much for handing the torch over, they couldn't even put together a cohesive trilogy.
Rogue One and Mandalorian did fan service but they stand on their own feet. The sequels are using the nostalgia as a crutch and emergency life support to keep interest and it is the worst of both worlds. Guardians of the Galaxy was a better new Star Wars.
Out of all the franchises you could fuck up, Star Wars was an easy win. Fans can write better stories, the main cast members aren't sold on the idea, you don't keep the same director, half written characters, abandoned stories, conflicting character moments and desperately bring in a dead villain, disregarding the legacy. Yoda should have set fire to the writers room.