Eli Ridder | Review
Han Solo: A Star Wars Story truly is that, a Star Wars story–complete with characters from a long time ago and worlds from a galaxy far, far away.
Solo was a risk. It was the first time a Star Wars movie had taken us outside of a war involving a good side and a bad side.
There was no Clone Army, Empire or First Order, truly showing us that amazing Star Wars storytelling does not actually depend on giant battles and intergalactic conflict and heroism to be good.
It’s also the second non-saga film, the first movie taking us out of the Skywalker saga being Rogue One, which was a safe and familiar movie that brought us just minutes within Episode 4.
The Avro Post’s score is 85 per cent out of 100.
If you haven’t seen this movie, go watch it. Now, for the full review: Spoilers are ahead.
Spoiler review will be added later on Saturday