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When not watching and writing about film, Daniel's time is consumed by being an avid video game enthusiast, dolphin rights supporter and 80s thrash metal aficionado.
Don’t worry. It still dazzles.
This post contains a lot of visual violence. Obviously.
There are no spoilers here.
It doesn’t bring anything new to the genre, but it doesn’t need to.
Netflix new release is consistently interesting and anchored by solid performances from its superlative cast.
Ultraviolent action flick is not nearly as fun as it sounds.
There’s still a novelty factor–albeit short-lived.
It’s the best Solo movie of the year.
A few large missteps that stop it from being a great film.
A highly impressive film anchored by the gripping lead performance.
“Tension is developed immediately and never really lets up”
Source material and filmmaker could have delivered so much more.
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