Lucasfilm gives one of their most popular Star Wars characters their own one-shot with Solo, the latest anthology Star Wars film that highlights the origins of Han Solo before his fateful meeting with Luke and company. The first act of the film sticks really close to the standard Star Wars standard that we've come to expect with some brilliant character development and stunning action spectacles. The train heist scene is hands-down one of the most thrilling set pieces in the Star Wars franchise. Unfortunately, the quality starts to dip near the final act of the film; for everything that it worked up to including keeping the momentum going from the start, it's really a letdown considering there was so much potential the film could've taken advantage of. The last 20 minutes, it almost feels like the writers ran out of ideas or weren't sure where to go from there. To be honest, there's no reason that this should've happened since there is so much lore in the Star Wars universe that the film could've borrowed that it feels all the more disappointing. Sadly, the force was definitely not strong with this one.