A solid entry in the “Terminator” legacy, providing a thrill-a-minute ride for fans of the franchise.
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Lands squarely on the ideal side of weird and, although often maddening to watch, it happily never sinks to the most irritating levels of cinematic pretension that often suffocates most art house fare.
Captures the perfect underdog charm for Blaxploitation icon Rudy Ray Moore’s stranger-than-fiction life story.
Part art house film and part true crime tabloid serial, the jumbled, wacky true story is perfectly conveyed through this suitably oddball movie.
It may not be flush with innovation, but it’s an enjoyable reunion that revives the irreverent spirit and fun of the original.