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  1. Wally Medina

    As a whole it was a “good” movie with mistakes and I’m sorry to say didn’t like Alden when he was casted as our beloved smuggler and after seeing it twice I concluded that I still didn’t like him. I closed my eyes and maybe one or twice I heard Han. And his naming was awful, he tells us his father worked as a ship builder so he must’ve had a family name. I would have just liked if he had gotten caught my Imperial security and having found he was working for the crime lords forced in the Imperial Navy – since it was war times and they probably need everyone they can get. I would’ve like to have seen more of Beckett’s crew. For that I give credit for the new characters all which I enjoyed, plus seeing the Falcon got my eyes misty (made me feel like when I had my first new car) and the ending – for spoiler I won’t say but it does set up the possible Kenobi movie

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    1. Allen Voivod

      Thanks for the comment, Wally! You know, I’ve been going back over Alden’s performance in my mind, and at this point, I’m still thinking I prefer him over the other two who had been shortlisted for the gig. It’s not perfect, but man, it’s a high bar, so I think I just went in with lowered expectations…

      The last name thing was a surprise, and I agree with you, seems like an error if he was able to remember as much about his father as he does. The crew was definitely a strong point, and I felt the same way about the Falcon. Overall, I felt like the movie had a lot to recommend it.

      The ending drives me a little crazy because I have a hard time believing that character even being alive anymore, But I know he’s in the time of both cartoon series, so it is what it is…

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