The newest entry in the now quickly-expanding Star Wars cinematic universe entertainingly reveals the superfluous origins of the franchise’s popular smuggler turned hero, Han Solo. After a troubled production during which original directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were replaced by the competent if uncreative Ron Howard, Solo never quite hits light speed, but it gets from one end of the galaxy far, far away to the other without running headlong into any wayward stars. “Surprising” is not a term one would use to describe this prequel; happily, “fun” is. Once a wayward youth on his home planet of Corellia, where they build star destroyers, Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) yearns for the stars, much like A New Hope-era Luke Skywalker. But this Han is in love with a girl—a girl who is not a princess named Leia. Han’s first love was Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke from “Game of Thrones”), from whom he was separated prior to leaving Corellia. After a failed stint in the Imperial military, Han is reunited with Qi’ra on a criminal job that led to his famed Kessel Run in the Millennium Falcon. On the way, Han teams up with longtime partner Chewbacca and meets eventual pal and… Read full this story
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