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THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT Review

With its brilliant, on-the-nose title, you may think that you know what to expect from Robert D. Krzykowski’s The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot, and while it does contain those two things, at its core, this is a bittersweet love story about an aging war hero reminiscing about the life he once had.

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ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL Review

Alita: Battle Angel feels like it was made in 1999, just with a modern coat of CG paint that only slightly brings the film into the 21st century. Perhaps that’s because it’s based on a manga series released in 1990 or because it’s essentially an amalgamation of every other cyberpunk science-fiction picture, but regardless, Alita is a messy endeavor that may push motion capture to new heights but lacks any other identifiable qualities

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DAUGHTER OF MINE Review

Daughter of Mine is a wonderful idea on maturity and motherhood that is unfortunately not executed to its highest potential.

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VELVET BUZZSAW Review

Dan Gilroy’s satirical Velvet Buzzsaw injects a heaping dose of bloody horror into the pretentious consumerism of the art world, centering on a cast of cartoonish narcissists as victims of the very pieces they draw profit from.

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SERENITY Review

Matthew McConaughey leads an overqualified cast in bizarrely misguided film that you have to see to believe.

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COLD PURSUIT Review

Cold Pursuit is thrilling, funny and brutally violent, and, despite it essentially being the exact same as the 2014 version, it’s a marked improvement and sure to reach a wider audience.

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DOUBLE DRAGON Blu-ray Review

Sure, it’s cringey, clumsily scripted and directed and doesn’t hold up in any way, but I had a great time revisiting this little piece of my childhood and applaud MVD for taking the time and care to release such a high-quality package of such a low-quality movie.

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THE IMAGE BOOK Review

Jean-luc Godard’s The Image Book continues his late-career trip through evocative and enigmatic video essays with a horrific search for truth in cinema.

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KING OF THIEVES Review

King of Thieves is a wasted opportunity to showcase London’s most prolific heist utilizing a group of knockout actors, but the resulting narrative is a flaccid, tonally awkward bore.

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PITY Review

Babis Makridis & Efthymis Filippou’s latest black comedy is a shocking critique of the wealthy’s unending appetite for all things, even the unappealing.