It was also cited by Collider that this is "lazy" comedy.
"None of these films are remotely funny or smart, as Seltzer and Friedberg's angle is to simply recreate scenes from famous movies then add a fart joke, a dumb line, goofy makeup, etc. to take it "over the top." This is far from the incisive wit of someone like Mel Brooks, and is instead an incredibly lazy way to capitalize on the success of a particular genre."
Star Wars has always been a butt of jokes in sketch comedies or any kind of comedy for that matter. After all, mimicry is the sincerest form of flattery, right? Saturday Night Live had its recent sketch starring Adam Driver in a spoof of The Force Awakens. The bit was entitled Star Wars Undercover Boss: Starkiller Base. Although it's a long title, it is still small by comparison to Friedberg and Seltzer's Star Worlds Episode XXXIVE=MC2: The Force Awakens the Last Jedi Who Went Rogue.
Of course, you can't but help get a chuckle out of the lengthy title since fans have been speculating the real franchise's movie titles when they are pieced together with Star Wars 9 remaining a mystery. Perhaps this inspired the two spoof writers/directors?