Are you wondering how to watch Solo: A Star Wars Story on Netflix? Or maybe you are wondering where you can watch the Star Wars movie about Han Solo on Netflix? The answer is here!
Yes, I do know that Solo: A Star Wars story didn’t become a great success, and after the failure of the movie, Disney decided to take a break from the spin-off stories. But, even though it wasn’t a big hit, I still had a fantastic time watching it in the cinema, and I have no regrets spending my time and my money at this movie. I could even watch the movie once more, but I guess there are other movies I would pick before I would watch Solo: A Star Wars Movie on Netflix. Still, the fact that I could consider watching it once more says a lot (I hate watching movies twice normally… I get so bored)!
Watch Solo: A Star Wars Story on Netflix
From January 9th in 2019, you can stream Solo: A Star Wars Story on Netflix in the United States and in Canada. In other words, it is made available for all of us. If you live somewhere else, all you need to do is to follow the instructions here at netflix.fromabroad.org, and you will be able to get access to both Canadian and US Netflix within a few minutes from now.
Click the link above, follow the instructions, and you will be ready to stream Solo: A Star Wars Story on Netflix very soon!
How much should you care about the voice of the critics?
I just checked the movies score on Rotten Tomatoes, and it has a 70% Critics score and a 64% audience score. That is kind of surprising, because I thought it would be the other way, meaning it would have a better audience score than critics score.
But, the truth is that I do not really care about the critics score. There are lots of movies which have had fantastic critics scores, but I was bored to death. But, I do listen to the audience score, because that is given by people watching the movie, just like myself. And as I see the number 64%, I guess it means that lots of people enjoyed the movie, but many people disliked it.
But, it is hard to create a movie in the Star Wars universe, and as a result, it is even harder to get a good score. The Star Wars fans are critical and picky, and thus, Solo: A Star Wars movie is suffering from the taste of the picky fans (the way I see it).
Have you seen Solo: A Star Wars story on Netflix (or in the cinema)? How did you like it? I would love to hear your thoughts about the movie!