Reviews Need To Stop Calling The Solo Movie ‘Unnecessary’

<img src="https://" /><p>One of the more common critiques of <a href=""><strong><em>Solo: A Star Wars Story</em></strong></a> is that it isn't a narrative that "needed" to be told, but the same can be said about every installment in the famed franchise. When Lucasfilm first officially confirmed <em>Solo</em> back in the summer of 2015, it was the new <em>Star Wars</em> film met with the most trepidation. Despite <a href="">the prequel trilogy's improved reputation</a> in the past two decades, the fan base still has a shaky history with origin stories of beloved characters, and this one had the added wrinkle of recasting Harrison Ford as the iconic smuggler. When you factor in <a href="">the various production issues <em>Solo</em> endured</a>, some wondered why the studio was bothering to go through all this for a film nobody asked for.</p><p>When <em>Solo</em> held its world premiere earlier this month, many were curious to see what the reactions were. While <a href="">the reviews are mostly positive</a> (arguably better than one would expect given the behind-the-scenes drama), the consensus is that the spinoff plays it a bit safe and has no higher ambition than to be a fun heist movie in the <em>Star Wars</em> galaxy. A refrain that's popped up post-embargo is questioning <em>Solo's</em> necessity, though that's a rather curious complaint and paints viewers in a somewhat hypocritical light.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Reviews Need To Stop Calling The Solo Movie 'Unnecessary'</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Reviews Need To Stop Calling The Solo Movie 'Unnecessary'</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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