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If you're willing to embrace this sense of gratuitous fun, then Cold Pursuit is a real treat.
‐ Matt Rodgers,
This is a movie that will charm everyone, whether you can identify the most complex of submission holds or you're still clueless as to the nature of a powerslam.
‐ Tom Beasley,
When Jong-su states, late in the movie, that "the world is a mystery", he may as well be speaking for the audience - even after they leave the cinema.
...it exists primarily as a historical retelling, leaving it feeling shallow, like a lighter and less interesting version of something Aaron Sorkin would make.
‐ Derek Deskins,
Edge Media Network
Criterion's Blu-ray offers only a mild upgrade in picture quality from the studio's earlier standard-definition release, but now Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 15-hour-plus epic runs at 25fps, as per the original German television broadcast.
‐ Jake Cole,
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is less a movie and more a ploy to prey on your nostalgic adoration for the music of Queen...
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