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REMEMORY [BLU-RAY] (2017): "Based on the storyís sci-fi trappings, I thought Rememory would offer a clever twist on the murder mystery genre. Instead, it just brought us a sluggish, flat drama with little merit." Starring Peter Dinklage, Julia Ormond. Lionsgate, $19.99, 11/28/2017.
OVERDRIVE [BLU-RAY] (2017): "Into the crowded genre of car-based caper flicks steps Overdrive, and it does nothing to enrich the form. Essentially a poor manís take on the Fast and Furious films, this one lacks much drama or excitement." Starring Scott Eastwood, Ana de Armas. Paramount, $24.99, 11/7/2017.
THE HITMAN'S BODYGUARD [BLU-RAY] (2017): "If you want to wile away a couple of hours, you could do worse than The Hitmanís Bodyguard - but you could also do better. Professional but utterly uninspired, the movie lacks any form of originality." Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ryan Reynolds. Lionsgate, $39.99, 11/21/2017.
HAMILTON: BUILDING AMERICA (2017): "A major figure in American history, Alexander Hamilton becomes the focus of Building America. Unfortunately, the documentary rushes through the material in such a hyperactive manner that it becomes a less than satisfying exploration of the subject matter." Lionsgate, $14.98, 11/14/2017.
JABBERWOCKY: CRITERION COLLECTION [BLU-RAY] (1977): "Though sporadically interesting, Jabberwocky seems like a disappointment as a whole. I like some parts of it but it never coalesces into a compelling or entertaining whole." Starring Michael Palin, Harry H. Corbett. Criterion, $39.95, 11/21/2017.
KILLING HASSELHOFF (2017): "Despite a talented cast, Killing Hasselhoff delivers virtually zero wit or charm. Loud, crass and stupid, the movie plods across its 80 minutes in a painful manner." Starring Ken Jeong, David Hasselhoff. Universal, $14.98, 8/29/2017.
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