I just got back from seeing it and I have to strongly agree. There are definite statements made about predetermination in this movie that fly in the face of almost two decades of Star Wars (yeah, including that last one that everybody thought changed the mold so much) and I can very much see how that has some people up in arms. But a story shouldn't fit into a perfect formula, it must be allowed to do things that people may not necessarily like. That's the only way it's going to stick with you rather than be a piece of cotton candy that you can't even remember the taste of the next day.
Although can we please try to do new things in terms of editing a film down please, this movie did not need to be so long
Back from the bellows of hell
Back from the back of a jail in a cell
Back from the common decrees to the common degree
Back to the streets from the East
Back to the belly of beast
Back to the place of my peace
Back to me holding my piece
Anything working disturbing that peace
Will certainly meet the deceased, capiche?