We'll have you flying in no time. Immediately after losing Qi'ra, Han entered the area and tried to enlist in the Imperial Navy.
A Star Wars Story is here. At the center of Solo is a question: Do we want them to be big, bold space adventures with something on their minds? Or do we want them to be amusing, escapist entertainment we can easily digest and not think too much about? That is, perhaps, the greatest weakness of the Anthology films so far: We know that Han Solo will be a lovable rogue.
We know all of this.
Because ultimately, Solo is a hell of a lot of fun. That fun is the result of the actors and the characters they play. At the center of it all is Alden Ehrenreich, who makes Han Solo his own. Is Ehrenreich a modern-day Harrison Ford? And Ehrenreich knows just how to play him — with a sense of wide-eyed optimism slowly being eroded away by reality.
The Han here is a lot more hopeful; a lot more chipper. He has total faith in his abilities to scam his way out of any situation, and make things right.
The two were supposed to run away together, but fate — and the Empire — got in the way. Now, years have passed, and the only way for Han to get home is to throw in with a team of outlaws.
But first, he has to pull a job with his new surrogate family of thieves. These outlaws are led by Beckett Woody Harrelsona character that seems a lot more like the Han Solo we know from the original Star Wars trilogy than the Han Solo we meet here.
Harrelson is an absolute delight to watch in this film, playing Beckett with a mixture of charm and weariness. Along the way, Han also befriends Chewbacca, a Wookiee that almost kills him during their first encounter. The Han and Chewie relationship is exactly what you would want from this type of film — amusing, quippy, even emotional at times.
Needless to say, Han wants in on this action. All they need is a ship. Will Han be successful on the job, and make the Kessel Run? Will Lando look out for himself above anyone else? Will Chewbacca roar and growl in ways that only Han seems to understand?
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