I just really think this is great because it expands the character of Han we "know" from A New Hope and gives him the unprecedented dynamic of ALWAYS having been the good guy. I don't care that he follows the same arc as in A New Hope, how else were they going to portray him? Were they just going to make him some completely despicable character so the Han in A New Hope would still not know if he was…
This is supposedly the best superhero movie to date. Either this goes to show that superhero movies are worthless, or humanity has just taken a sharp turn towards the apocalypse. (Not kidding).
It seems movies like The Dark Knight Trilogy, The Rocketeer, The Winter Soldier, Iron Man and Wonder Woman have simply dropped off the face of the earth. It's as if all the sudden people have begun to accept amateur special effects as "dazzling" and "a spectacle to behold"!…
Wow, what an incredible cinematic portrait. I can’t begin to describe to you what it’s like. I’m not going to draw comparisons to Good Time or Taxi Driver or PTA like everyone else. But just think about this question. Have you ever known somebody just by looking at them? It seems like you’ve been their close friend your entire life but have barely said a word between the two of you. That’s what Joe is. That’s what this movie captures. A good guy, a life story, shown not told.