OK, I simultaneously disagree with most of this movie's canon choices and thought it was half decent as a film on its own merits. However, it's not quite the trainwreck I was expecting. Despite some major character differences and minor plot inconsistencies, it stood up to decent scrutiny. In my opinion, I'd argue that it's probably the best of the modern Star Wars franchise, and certainly the best of the Star Wars Story series. On a completely different note, it's implied Lando kinda had sex with the Falcon's computer, and I'm really not sure how I feel about that. The tone of this film is rather strange; you can really feel the battle between two different directorial styles here, and the more loose and humorous takes of Lord & Miller really seems somewhat jarring against Ron Howard's more adventure-focused and straightforward execution. This lead to some really rough-feeling edits, occasionally leading to problematic continuity and "wait-what-just-happened" kind of moments. (A good example of this is as the band of mercenaries fail the train job; one sequence the ship is flying, and the next their ship is crashed into the ground.) I think all of this warrants some further discussion. What were your opinions on the film?