SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY [Blu-ray]

Buckle up for the ride of your life aboard the MILLENNIUM FALCON! Through a series of daring escapades, Han Solo befriends his mighty future copilot Chewbacca, forging a bond that will alter the fate of a galaxy in this epic action adventure that “makes the lightspeed and doesn’t slow down” (Ash Crossan, ET Online).

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3 thoughts on “SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY [Blu-ray]

  1. No spoiler here— I hated TLJ but I loved this movie. I hated the last jedi but I loved this movie. This movie felt more like a star wars movie. Lots of throw backs to the orginal trilogy. The music and sound effects were true star wars. The action was incredible. And Lando was spot on! There were times I would close my eyes and I thought it was listening to Billy Dee. I will admit that I was nervous about the actor playing Han Solo. At first I thought “this is not Han Solo”. By the end of the movie I felt like it really was Han…

  2. Ehrenreich is Solo! Solo far exceeded expectations. It seems like “The Last Jedi” just came out (it did about 5 months ago) and I would have preferred if Disney could space these releases out by 12 months – but that has nothing to do with the content of Solo. I was definitely hesitant about how any cast could own this story but they did. Speaking of the story (no spoilers), it works well and then really comes together right at the end – realistically setting up 2 more Alden Ehrenreich movies. Ehrenreich…

  3. A well done back story of the Star Wars reluctant hero Theater review. Possible spoilers. Fresh on the heels of “The Last Jedi” comes the back story of Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich), arguably the best character in the Star Wars saga. The movie was laden with problems, not the least of which is a change of directors well after things were underway. I’m not completely sure of the rationale but “creative differences” can mean many things. After Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired, Ron Howard took over and by most accounts delivered the picture…

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