Scruff_Really didn't like it. The Leia scene was just ridiculous and Snoke's - a seemingly incredibly powerful sith lord, dies to a cheap trick and we don't get to hear his backstory, like where he was for the past 50 years.
imo there are always going to be plot holes and questionable bits in these types of films- it's in their nature.
But I don't think these issues necessarily detract from the main entertainment value of the film, the excellent action scenes and cinematography, and characters we come to like doing awesome and dangerous things. When I watched it yesterday I was enjoying it so much that I was happy to ignore the stupid/unexplained stuff because the amount of cool shit going on constantly meant I didn't mind in the slightest. Rather than looking at the few things that were bad to make up your mind why not look at the tonne of shit that was mega fucking cool: the first battle scene, everything Luke did, the complicated relationship of Rey and Kylo Ren culminating in a sick fight, the lightspeed suicide mission, even the somewhat incongruous sideplot of Finn and Rose escaping and rampaging through space-Vegas on giant space-horses etc., not to mention the amount of shots that just looked visually stunning.