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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Got Solo?

    Got Solo?

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    I would consider myself a pretty decent Star Wars enthusiast; so that being said I had no idea what to expect from Disney’s take on a Han Solo origin story. Would Disney stay true to Han’s character and back story? Or would they tamper with the Han we have all came to love over the years? So surprisingly enough when Disney fired Phil Lord and Chris Miller the original directors and replaced them with director Ron Howard I figured this would be the beginning of the end for Solo’s legacy. Ironically enough Howard was still able to create something from the mess that the prior directors left him with. Solo ended up becoming a unique story centered on Han’s shenanigans prior to joining the Rebel Alliance. Since Disney took over the Star Wars franchise I feel their take on the Star Wars universe has been hit or miss. The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi both felt like a bust, however I thoroughly enjoyed Rogue One. Solo has now joined Rogue One in becoming one my favorite Star Wars films. So if you find yourself needing a Star Wars pick me up, just ask yourself one question . . . got Solo?

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Do it for Han.

    Do it for Han.

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    Even though this movie did not do that well in the box office, i still consider it an extremely enjoyable film to watch alone, with family or with friends. It has that Star Wars feel to it that we all know and love and it tells part of the backstory to a character who is known in every household across the US. It mixes a little bit of humor in with a whole lot of action and will keep you enticed throughout the whole thing. This Collector's Edition itself was definitely worth the extra money, as it comes with a 4K HDR version, a regular version and a DVD packed with special features and extra content. Not to mention it comes in a stylish metal case with the famed Kessel Run Millenium Falcon on one side and an artsy picture with some of the key characters on the other side. If you have a 4K tv, with and HDR Blu-ray player, you're going to want to pick this up! Watch it over and over again, and when you're not watching it, proudly display your image of the Millennium Falcon on a shelf.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Homage to Han Solo

    Great Homage to Han Solo

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    After a disappointing story and character arcs in The Last Jedi, I was pleased with Solo. A gorgeous movie that delivered on some key nostalgia with Han and Chewie’s burgeoning friendship, the Millenium Falcon and young Lando Calrissian. It was a fun ride with a nice twist at the end that rewarded fans of the prequel trilogy and Clone Wars animated series.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great edition!

    Great edition!

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    The Solo steelbook is nicely done and another great addition with my other Star Wars steelbooks. The movie itself is awesome, enjoyed the story on how Han became, well, Han lol. Looking forward to more Star Wars movies!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Star Wars Solo

    Star Wars Solo

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    A good movie with beautiful imagery. Great acting by Childish Gambino. Overall, a decent movie for star wars fans.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Steelbook

    Awesome Steelbook

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    This Movie is a Must Own for All Star Wars Fans because the Steelbook it’s Excusive and Well Designed and the Movie looks Crisp In 4K and HDR and Dolby Vision it’s Outstanding

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Solo: Star Wars Steelbook

    Solo: Star Wars Steelbook

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    Kind of a bit steep on price. Though steelbook is beautiful. Arrived sooner than expected. A must have for anyone with a Star Wars movie collection.

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good story line

    Good story line

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    It was a well thought movie almost like a undercover love story

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Keep an open mind and you may like it!

    Keep an open mind and you may like it!

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    Of the four Star Wars films that have been released under Disney’s stewardship, the two spin offs have been much stronger than the main saga entries. This was confirmed for me when I took in Ron Howard’s SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY last night. Though not without flaws, the tale of young Han Solo and how he met Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian offers up some entertaining performances, great sci fi visuals, and thrilling action sequences. While lead Alden Ehrenreich’s turn as the iconic Solo will never eclipse character originator Harrison Ford’s, he doesn’t do a bad job. Furthermore, the rest of the cast is strong enough to carry the film and give you less time to be jarred by the role change. Woody Harrelson is typically magnetic as Han’s roguish mentor, Tobias Beckett. Meeting in the midst of a battle involving the Empire, Beckett immediately demonstrates his cleverness. Emilia Clarke, of GAME OF THRONES fame, plays Han’s fellow Corellian and love interest, Qi’ra. She’s Han’s rock but when they meet again after a forced separation, she harbors secrets the naïve Solo discounts. Possibly the most memorable performance is Donald Glover’s inspired Lando Calrissian. Charismatic, duplicitous, and handsome, Calrissian is a great foil to Han’s rough around the edges approach. Glover was a great pick to inhabit Billy Dee Williams’ caped gambler. We also get Paul Bettany playing against type as a scarred and sinister crime boss, Thandie Newton as Beckett’s gruff and suspicious partner, and Jon Favreau as a friendly and energetic four armed alien pilot. Perhaps my favorite performance, though, is Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Lando’s droid companion, L3-37. She steals scenes with her passion for robotic liberation politics and delivering withering retorts. Featuring top-notch special effects and stellar production design, the film mostly looks good. As with any Star Wars film, the costumes and character designs are magnificent. CGI beasts and ‘bots are integrated flawlessly into the visuals, though the practical effects are what give the film its lived-in and relatively naturalistic quality. My one beef with how the film looks is that the presentation is a bit on the darker side. Now that’s appropriate for a film dealing with a bunch of outlaws, but it makes the viewing a little too murky. Besides that small complaint, the rest of the technical aspects are strong. Action sequences and compositions are well done and engaging. The script by legendary saga scribe Lawrence Kasdan and son Jonathan Kasdan provides just a little too much fan service but otherwise gives a pleasing structure to this origin story while still laying the groundwork for future adventures or spinoffs. In that way, it reminds me of how Marvel does its cinematic universe building with Easter eggs and hints about the rich galactic tapestry these characters reside within. Although it didn’t exactly set the box office on fire, perhaps because of the troubled production where director Ron Howard was brought on after original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired, or because people were skeptical about the mostly unknown Ehrenreich taking on such an iconic role, I nevertheless hope we see more of young Han’s (mis)adventures. SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY is entertaining, despite a few minor quibbles, and features some intriguing plot points that are begging for follow up. Trouble behind the scenes gave the public the impression that the final product might not be good but I’m happy to report that it’s better than its reputation suggests. Along with its sister spinoff, ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY, it proves that Disney is capable of producing a solid Star Wars story. I’m actually looking forward to future spinoffs more than the saga capping Episode IX. If you love Star Wars and are open to a different take on Han Solo, I highly recommend you give this a shot.

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Underrated Movie

    Great Underrated Movie

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    Solo got a bad rap. This was a very enjoyable movie based in the Star Wars universe but not heavy on the Force. This is more of a heist/caper story with questions of who is loyal to who/what. Yes, it's not Harrison Ford playing Han, but Alden Ehrenreich does a decent job. I am a huge Star Wars fan and even though this is not my favorite, it was still fun!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great picture quality both with BlueRay and airpla

    Great picture quality both with BlueRay and airpla

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    I had to add the movie to my children’s StarWars collection and do spend the extra few dollars for the DVD/Blue Ray + digital. I wish I did it years ago with the others movies.. With digital code you own it and can what it anywhere you have wifi. If you’re no going to have access to WiFi download the movie onto your device. Best Buy matched Targets price on the spot. Pulled up Target add and no questions and I paid the same price as Target. Best Buy, always had great knowledgeable customer service and I enjoy shopping there.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Addition to the Star Wars Franchise

    Great Addition to the Star Wars Franchise

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    On the planet Corellia, orphaned children are made to steal in order to survive. Lovers Han and Qi'ra make an escape from the clutches of a local gang. They bribe an Imperial officer with stolen coaxium, a powerful hyperspace fuel, in exchange for passage on an outgoing transport, but Qi'ra is apprehended by their pursuers before she can board. Han vows to return for her and joins the Imperial Navy as a flight cadet. When the recruiting officer asks for his surname, Han says he is alone with no family, so the recruiter gives him the last name "Solo". Three years later, Han is expelled from the Imperial Flight Academy for insubordination and is serving as an infantryman on Mimban. He encounters a group of criminals posing as Imperial soldiers led by Tobias Beckett. Han attempts to blackmail them into taking him with them, but Beckett has him arrested for desertion and thrown into a pit to be fed to a beast—a Wookiee named Chewbacca. Able to understand Chewbacca's language, Han persuades him to cooperate to escape. Beckett, aware of the usefulness of a Wookiee's strength, rescues and enlists them in the gang to steal a shipment of coaxium on Vandor-1. The plan goes awry when the Cloud Riders show up, led by Enfys Nest, resulting in the deaths of two crew members, Rio Durant and Beckett's wife Val, and the destruction of the coaxium. Beckett reveals he was ordered to steal the shipment for Dryden Vos, a high-ranking crime boss in the Crimson Dawn syndicate. Han and Chewbacca volunteer to help him steal another shipment to repay the debt. They travel to Vos' yacht where Han finds Qi'ra, who has joined Crimson Dawn and is Vos' top lieutenant. Han suggests a risky plan to steal unrefined coaxium from the mines on Kessel; Vos approves but insists that Qi'ra accompany the team. She leads them to Lando Calrissian, an accomplished smuggler and pilot who she hopes will lend them his ship. Han challenges Lando to a game of sabacc, with the wager being Lando's ship. Lando cheats to win but agrees to join the mission in exchange for a share of the profits. After reaching Kessel in the Millennium Falcon and infiltrating the mine, Lando's droid co-pilot L3-37 instigates a slave revolt. In the confusion, they steal the coaxium, but L3 is severely damaged and Lando is injured during the escape. With the help of L3's navigational computer, hotwired into the ship's systems, Han pilots the ship through the dangerous and uncharted Kessel Run to elude an Imperial blockade. The Falcon, badly damaged, lands on the planet Savareen to process the coaxium. During a confrontation with Enfys, who tracked the team from Vandor, Lando flees in the Falcon. Enfys explains to Han that she and her crew are not pirates, but rebels trying to prevent the syndicates and Empire from gaining power. Han becomes sympathetic to their cause and tries to trick Vos, but Beckett has already alerted him to the double-cross. Vos sends his guards to kill Enfys, but the Cloud Riders overpower them instead, leaving Vos defenseless. Having anticipated Vos' strategy, Han tries to take the coaxium, only for Beckett to betray Vos, escaping with it and taking Chewbacca hostage. Qi'ra kills Vos and sends Han after Beckett; once alone, she contacts Vos' superior, Maul, to inform him of the mission's failure and claim Vos' position. She avoids speaking of Han's involvement, instead blaming everything on Beckett. Han catches up to Beckett and confronts him, shooting Beckett before he can return fire. With his dying words Beckett tells Han he made a smart choice. Qi'ra leaves in Vos' yacht, while Han and Chewbacca turn the coaxium over to Enfys. She offers Han a chance to join the rebellion against the Empire; when he declines, she gives him a vial of coaxium, enough to buy a ship of his own. Han and Chewbacca locate Lando and challenge him to a rematch in sabacc, once again wagering the Falcon. Han wins, having stolen the card Lando was keeping up his sleeve in order to cheat, and he and Chewbacca leave for Tatooine, where a "big-shot gangster" is putting together a job.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Star Wars does it again

    Star Wars does it again

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Another good movie for Star Wars it hard to believe , but they pulled it off again another out of this world good movie and they keep coming up with another good story for the big screen I have been a STAR WARS FAN since the beginning and another thumbs up for the writers

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    good movie!

    good movie!

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    This movie got lots of hate, but its mostly unfounded. Let's be real, filling Harrison Ford's shoes is tough. so this movie started off at a disadvantage. Add to that the directors quitting half-way through shooting? All that said, it came out great. Acting is on point, story is pretty good, action is good. It was a story that didn't need to be told, but it was fun to see it anyway.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome movie

    Awesome movie

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    I've been a fan of star wars forever, and thoroughly enjoyed this movie back when it came out. I realized recently that I didnt have this movie in my collection so I just had to pick it up. This movie is great backstory for the Chewbacca and Han Solo characters.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Star Wars Spin Off

    Fantastic Star Wars Spin Off

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    I did not see this movie during it's theatrical run due to the negative reviews of the film. After watching this at home, I wish that I had ignored the reviews and watched it in the theatre. This was such a good film and not only does not deserve the negative reviews, it actually deserves a follow up movie to continue the story. I am sure that most people are aware that this is a heist movie set within the Star Wars universe. It has fantastic characters, good action as well as humor. The picture quality is somewhat on the dark end of the spectrum, but still on par with most new releases. The audio is fantastic, and the supplements are great. If you are on the fence about purchasing this one, I think that you will be pleasantly surprised by how good this movie is.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun and faithful to the Star Wars “feel”

    Fun and faithful to the Star Wars “feel”

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    I was a bit perplexed and disappointed that more people didn’t like Solo. I thought that it was a fun and surprisingly substantive dive into Solo’s backstory. Watched as a Star Wars take on a western movie, it works very well. Paul Bettany gives a fantastic performance as Dryden Vos. Emilia Clarke is equally as wonderful as Qi’ra, playing her complicated role convincingly. Donald Glover shines as a young Lando that I thought was the most faithful performance to the original Star Wars movies. He really does convince you that he’s a young Lando. Woody Harrelson does a good job of portraying a seemingly dry character in Beckett that turns out to make complete sense at the end of the movie. However, you can see the scraps of a movie that had to be rescued mid-production by Ron Howard. The “feel” of the movie seems to shift mid movie to a more story focused mindset, which I felt was a good move. Most of the first part of the movie drags with very little character exploration. It seems you’re 45 minutes into the movie and still haven’t met all of the major characters. Also, L3 is an interesting character that both somehow manages to bring humor to the movie but also annoying you all at once. The group of heroes never really seem to meet any seemingly insurmountable challenge. You never really feel like there’s any chance they’re going to fail at what they’re doing so the movie leaves you really unsurprised when they manage to squeak out of trouble. Still definitely worth a watch in my book. My expectations were high for this movie despite the fact that it seemed to be left for dead by the hardcore fanbase before it even hit the box office. Give it a chance and I promise you’ll like it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A very fun film!

    A very fun film!

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    Owned for 7 months when reviewed.

    I saw this in theaters and I really liked it. The video quality is very good, there's just some dark moments but that's what they were going for. The bonus disc with special features is worth the price alone. I love buying my movies in Best Buy!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than expected!

    Better than expected!

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    Don’t let the naysayers get you down! This is a great entry in the Star Wars movie universe, especially if you’re favorite characters are Han and Chewie. It’s a solid story with multiple twists, a few surprises, and a satisfying ending!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful Remaster

    Beautiful Remaster

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    The 4K blu ray is beautiful - breathtaking, actually. There were some scenes where megablocking occurred if I had the Action Smoothing setting on High, but this was eliminated by reducing or cancelling that setting. One point of confusion: I don't think Disney used Dolby Vision - it's not indicated on the jacket - but at the end of the credits of the movie, it indicates that Dolby Vision was used. Does this mean, I wonder, that the film was originally mastered with Dolby Vision but the blu ray transfer didn't incorporate this? If so, why would Disney skip on that? Weird. Still, it looks great. As for bonus content, some of it is Meh, but some of it is quite good. Obviously the glaring omission is the lack of commentaries. I would have liked to hear Ron Howard comment specifically on individual scenes. Perhaps the controversy with firing and hiring of directors was the reason they didn't do this. Still, you could have actors, producers, or other film crew do commentary tracks.

    I would recommend this to a friend