I just saw Chapter 26, a dramatic story about Mark David Chapman and how he spent the last few days before he shot John Lennon. The title refers to The Catcher in the Rye, which had 26 chapters, and Chapman's obsession with that book. Jared Leto plays Chapman and Lindsey Lohan has a small part.
I think it's very good, although opinions vary. It made me want to read Catcher in the Rye again but I'll probably just read a plot summary on Wikipedia.
I went solo and saw Solo: A Star Wars Story and it was good, but not as good as Rogue One. I didn't expect that either, have read and heard lots people being disappointed by it and that's part of the reason why I watched it before Deadpool 2. Better to watch a good movie before a great movie than the opposite.
Alden Ehrenreich is good at portraying a young Solo who (as tinyE said in a post about Top Gun 2) writes checks that his body can't cash. The other actors are perhaps better, but it's always easier to be more interesting when you don't have to carry the burden of the protagonist. I like the nods to old trilogy Star Wars and it's entertaining the whole way, but the movie lacks flow or an actual plot. It's just one heist gone wrong to the next one, trying to dig themselves out of the hole they made in the beginning.
Still, it was better than I thought it was, but the Emperor/fans are not as forgiving as I am.
Thanks for posting this. I agree 100% so I don't need to write a post about Solo.
I would have also chimed on about Top Gun, but my opinion of it would...not be welcome.