What’s Your Favorite Han Solo Look?

Han Solo is one of those characters who is deceptively stylish. With a simple look and an affinity for jackets, Han Solo’s design has lingered throughout the franchise and placed an impenetrable stamp on his evolution as a character. Today, I’m excited to share the evolution in his journey fashionwise and of course include you in this visual adventure. Enjoy!

Corellian Outfit

Despite the blue lighting, Han’s style is very apparently Han at the beginning of Solo: A Star Wars Story. The white vest is a tad bit different than the vests and jackets that we usually see him wear, which are often of a brown shade or dark blue, but the style is reversed as we see him instead sporting a dark shirt. Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Han Solo Look?

A Movie Ranking: Tom Cruise

Every once in awhile I come up with a new series to share. Today hails another one of those instances and I’m excited to share it with you. Every Thursday I will share with you a specific actor and I will rank the movies that they have starred in. So, because I’ve seen a bunch of films starring Tom Cruise, he is the first actor to be a part of this series. Enjoy!

15. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Tom Cruise and Cobie Smulders in Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016)

This is the one Tom Cruise movie I have watched that I couldn’t finish. The story was nonengaging and the sexual tension between his character and Cobie Smulders’ character wasn’t making things better.

14. The Mummy

Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella in The Mummy (2017)

The only reason why I have this movie before Jack Reacher: Never Goes Back is because I actually finished it whereas I couldn’t (or didn’t want to) finish Never Go Back. Continue reading A Movie Ranking: Tom Cruise

QI’RA: Chapter Twenty-Four

Shortlived Celebration

Back on the planet Polaris, aboard First Light, there was a small celebration taking place. The members of the Shadow Council had arrived to congratulate Qi’ra on her risky mission and its near-impossible success. Regaining the coaxium meant their pockets would not be harmed and for that they were grateful. Even Ziya Rheeves, mean as she often was, offered her genuine compliments to Qi’ra, surprising her.

The celebration was created specifically as a sort of after-party for the triumphant outcome of the mission and for the most part, Qi’ra was having a good time. There were singing and dancing, eating and laughing; plenty of joy. Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Twenty-Four