Solo stumbles. Disney's got a problem.

You can never judge a how good or bad a movie is based on how much or how little it makes during it's opening weekend. But you can judge a lot of other things - Marketing, demand, competition, and in this case - backlash. All 4 of those things played a role in Solo's (under-performing) opening weekend. Unfortunately, the movie isn't that good either. Disney is putting quantity above quality. They now have 2 strikes against them. TLJ was terrible, and Solo is mediocre at best. Episode 9 is their last chance to save the franchise. I hope they pull it off, but after TLJ and now Solo, the odds are stacked against them.

 
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