"Solo: A Star Wars Story" went through several roadblocks to finally get to the final product. And for the adversary the filmmakers faced, the finished product is good. There are moments of fun and adventure, but ultimately "Solo" doesn't ever shift into light speed. The acting from Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo and Emilia Clarke as Qi'ra is fairly flat. The way they play out their characters makes them difficult to cheer on. The charm Harrison Ford brought to the titular character in previous Star Wars films is mostly lost in this one. Woody Harrelson and Donald Glover shine in their roles. Glover plays Lando Calrissian and stays true to the character Star Wars fans know and love while also giving the character depth and charm. The storyline in "Solo" is solid and, for the most part, well thought out. However, there are several instances where it gets bogged down by long, dry dialogue. There are many moments that are simply boring. However, this movie does do a great job of staying true to the Star Wars universe and can make the viewer truly feel inserted into a galaxy far, far away. The effects are great, and the set productions all look really nice. Director Ron Howard has done his best effort to salvage a potentially disastrous production effort and made a respectable entry into the Star Wars franchise. This is neither the best nor the worst Star Wars movie. Overall, I give this Star Wars installment a 6/10.