y. While breezily enjoyable to watch, it’s the first Star Wars movie that can wait for home vide…ou lost some enjoyable context to the original movie that retrospectively fixed a gaping plot hole. If you miss Solo: A Star Wars Story, you needn’t really worry. While breezily enjoyable to watch, it’s the first Star Wars movie that can wait for home video.
and Godzilla event…s whose “job” is killing their own kind to protect the planet? Whose side are we supposed to be on? I can see it going very Batman v. Superman, perhaps with Kong and Godzilla eventually realising both their mothers were called Mothra?
dragge… David Haller (Dan Stevens), but those premature bailers should be dragged back to see “Chapter 2”. This was a more sedate and conventional hour of television, while still allowing for visual playfulness and a desire to sidestep audience expectations. Essentially, it was more accessible than episode 1.