Solo is the type of film I could watch over and over again. Basically a mechanical soldier programmed to have no feelings develops a heart and teaches native people how to fight.
Unfortunately, his creators aren't too pleased, and neither are the natives' bosses.
It starts with an ace battle, then contains several more until a thrilling, fast-paced battle at the end.
Solo also develops a special friendship with not only the natives as a whole, but also with a small native boy who is the first to find him.
So basically, if you want Saving Private Ryan with a bigger heart and bigger meaning, then this is the film for you. Rent it first, to see if you like it, then if you feel the need (like I did) then buy it. I am not forcing you to buy it, but if you do, you will have an undisputed masterpiece in your collection forever.
Also, a very special note to Mario van Peebles, who gave it his all as Solo and really looked the part.
Caution: When you watch this for the first time, you might need a box of tissues with you.