If you have Disney+ and have been eagerly awaiting the addition of Frozen II to the streaming service wait no longer. Frozen II has come early to the streaming service, meaning you can soak in all of the film’s new songs and lovable moments. I can’t wait to see it and write my review. I’m intrigued to discover the movie’s more mature and darker themes, as the critics and casual viewers expressed.
With this taking place, is there a chance Avengers: Infinity War and The Rise of Skywalker could arrive at earlier dates on Disney+? I sure hope so.
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Solo: A Star Wars Story is a good Star Wars film with plenty of great moments. It’s a riveting adventure from beginning to end and truly captures the essence of what Star Wars films are all about. But what makes it such a fun installment to the franchise? The film’s various scenes of course. From beginning to end this movie deals out incredible moments that will bring a smile to any casual Star Wars movie watcher’s face. So, on this week’s segment of Who’s Your Favorite, I’m asking you what your favorite scene in Solo is? Here are the film’s most important moments.
The Speeder Chase on Corellia
The film doesn’t waste time getting to the action and the speeder chase that takes place as Han and Qi’ra strive to escape Corellia is beyond awesome. It features Han’s incredible piloting skills before he got his hands behind the controls of a ship complemented with an upbeat musical score that made the scene even more riveting.
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Before FN-3043 could react to the X-Wing flying low over the forest canopy straight in their direction FN-1217 was dragging him away from FN-2358’s limp form.
“Let me go!” 3043 screamed. “Let me go!”
“There’s no time!” Seventeen exclaimed.
3043 lifted his gaze and sure enough, X-Wings were racing across the sky amidst tense dogfights with First Order TIE fighters. The Resistance fighters’ red lasers streaked toward the First Order’s few remaining functional modes of transport, reducing them to blazing bundles in the clearing. Continue reading The Stormtroopers: Part 9