I am not a Star Wars guy, haven't seen any of them outside of the original trilogy (which I saw so long ago that I couldn't even rate it), so I'll ask you guys. It's normal for critic and audiences to give somewhat significantly different ratings on the same movie, but it's rarer when there are a large number of critic reviews (as opposed to just 20 critic reviews). It's rarer when it's a new film (such that audiences today aren't retroactively going back and viewing films with slightly different lenses). And it's extremely rare when it's a huge blockbuster film. Star Wars: The Last Jedi got a 90% from critics on RT, but a 49% from the audience. Star Wars: The Last Jedi Any explanations? Oh, and for reference, Rouge One: A Star Wars Story got a 85% from critics and 87% from the audience. Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens got a 93% from critics, and an 88% from the audience.