Finally got around to seeing A Farcical Awookening.
The Cutty Wren strikes back, and does something Œdipal, like solving the Riddle of the Sphinx or whatever.
A curiously well-scrubbed (for a feral orphan in a desert) Mary Sue has adventures.
There are cute'n'marketable robots that are utterly impractical, generally make no sense, and in some cases appear to incorporate TARDIS technology for expanded gadget storage. Also maybe modern-Dalek stair-ascending technology, used only off-camera.
There are awesome special effects, most of which make little sense.
There's a new Doom Planet, that apparently sucks up the nearest star, somehow compresses it into the interior of the hollowed-out planet, and then spits it out in a controlled fashion.
What happens when you break the machinery of the Doom Planet after it's sucked up a star? Does it promptly release the energy all at once, like a greatly-speeded-up nova, frying the entire solar system? Apparently not; seems that it collapses, with many little explosions, and then goes boom in a fireball big enough to annihilate the Doom Planet itself, but small enough not to bother anyone observing from a moderate distance. What happened to the rest of the stored energy?
As usual, each planet has a single habitat: desert, lush forests with lakes and rivers, or whatever: choose one. This matches our experience with known habitable planets, right?
A powerful Jedi Han must be, if he can manually cut the hyperdrive at just the right microsecond.
If the Cutty Wren is working for the First Ones, where's the flaming tiki head?
The concept of a partial star map makes no sense, especially with the visuals provided.
Overall: Meh. Glad I didn't pay first-run theater price.