Unlike “Solo,” which ambles from one set piece to the next in a spirit of genial in-betweenness. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, but it also holds whatever irreverent, anarchic impulses it might possess in careful check. Some fans may blame Mr. Howard for this, and fantasize about what might have been if Christopher Miller and Phil Lord, the “Lego Movie” auteurs originally hired to direct, had been allowed to see the project through. But this galaxy has always been a rule-bound place, and too much divergence from franchise traditions would probably have stirred up its own kind of fan outrage.
There’s no reason to be mad. There are some fine action sequences, and some that don’t make much sense at all. There are a handful of secondary characters who come close to upstaging the hero, including Beckett’s companion, Val (Thandie Newton); a radical droid called L3-37 (Phoebe Waller-Bridge); and Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover), the original owner of the Millennium Falcon, Han’s sometime rival and secret ego ideal. And of course Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo).
He meets Han in a mud pit, by the way. For the other answers, you’ll have to see for yourself. But one thing that remains curiously unexplored is how Han became the wary, cynical guy Princess Leia (and everyone else) fell for back in the Carter administration. It’s not really Mr. Ehrenreich’s fault that he doesn’t evoke Harrison Ford. (Though the idea of Mr. Glover aging into Billy Dee Williams creates a magical loop in the pop-cultural space-time continuum.) It’s more that the time line can’t quite adjust. Guys like the old Han Solo belong to the past. We’re all supposed to be much nicer now.
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