Timothy Patrick Boyer’s review published on Letterboxd:
Flawed but fun, but definitely more fun than it is flawed.
We’re not given nearly enough of Donald Glover’s Lando Calrissian. Although, he does have a few great moments that show the audience just how much the world needs a standalone Lando film. A lot of my issues come with late second act/early third act pacing issues and the fact that we don’t ever get the chance to care about any of the secondary/new characters. But still, it’s fun. Alden is a great, fresh-faced Han Solo, and Donald Glover is typical Donald Glover, a bona fide chameleon.