Uneasy, kaleidoscopic Hollywood fantasy through the eyes and ears of a drunk. Where does Fincher get those wonderful toys? Technical marvel.
A fine little summer sci-fi ditty mixed with thrilling action and visuals but one too many paper-thin characters.
Could use a slightly stronger lead, but Logan Marshall-Green deserves a lot of credit for carrying most of it with a physically challenging role.
Whannell will stick around a while, I'll assume.
Both encouraging and a little confusing that this is a wide summer 2018 release that didn't come out in August, but I'm not complaining about an original sci-fi premise dropped in the middle of an existing property wasteland.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I loved it!
Expectations were pretty low only because, like many, I was disappointed the movie was happening at all. My hopes actually got higher once Ron Howard took over.
Main issue is length, and I agree some of the fan service was a little much. I didn’t love how they named him Solo or when he told Chewbacca “you’re gonna need a nickname!” I really LOVED how Han and Chewie met, and I just thought Howard and the Kasdans…