Honestly I hope your right. I think it was the second to last one, I literately fell asleep in the movie theater LOL. On Christmas day. My own snoring woke me up LOL. It was at the scene of the girl waiting for Luke to come with her, and she refuses to leave till he does. I think anything Disney had to do with this movie, was just a massacre. They should of never touched it. It had a George Lucas signature to it. Even if you didnt like him, I could tell its not his work. Kind of like switching band mates LOL.
When you leave J. J. Abrams to his own devices, he produces taut, thrilling movies. I think his rebooting of the Star Trek franchise worked well, and what he's done for the Mission Impossible movies is incredible. But Star Wars is in an interesting place. Lucas originally saw it as pretty much a modern-day fable, and very much for kids - but that adults could dig from the sci-fi aspect. Empire Strikes Back
changed that dynamic, and Lucas's prequels - which had deeply political subplots that not a lot of people seem to have noticed - had a different direction as well.
The new movies were given an impossible task - appeal to the people (now many decades older) who loved the original Star Wars movie; appeal to a new generation of moviegoers; retain "traditional" elements to satisfy a rabid fan base; strike out in new directions; be politically correct; and do all this while making a sh*t ton of money. So we'll see what happens.
I think if those responsible for episode 9 just concentrate on making a good movie and to hell with people's expectations, it will work. But if it's another movie that's all about a dysfunctional family tree and blowing up a Big Thing before it blows up everything else, it won't end the series on a satisfying note.