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Netflix’s Kate Review: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Kicks A Whole Lot Of Ass In A Mostly Generic Killer Thriller

Kate snipes, she shoots, she slashes, she chases, she brawls, and everything in between, and each sequence where she does allows for its own unique flavor and angles. Cedric Nicolas-Troyan shoots it all with sharp clarity that accentuates the wonderful details in the choreography, even in low lighting, and it strikes that all important tone between brutal and fun: you feel the weight and impact of each hit, and can’t help but marvel at the skill with which it’s all performed.

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