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Psychokinesis doesn't leave you with much more than a bittersweet feeling about it all, but it's an appropriately different takeaway from such a refreshingly different superhero movie.
The approach is very similar to any Hollywood super-hero movie... but much better.
Stream it... This is a movie that starts out pretty strange, but it absolutely rewards you for sticking with it.
Quirky but violent Korean superhero movie has cursing.
A much-needed antidote to the colossal scale of Avengers: Infinity War, an inventive superhero tale in the vein of Chronicle, Unbreakable.
For every laugh, you'll find a moment that makes you roll your eyes-with a title like Psychokinesis, the movie's unevenness is what you're signing up for.
Psychonikesis is what Hancock could have been... [Full review in Spanish]
Maybe it's a little silly, but all superhero films are. Yeon is just the rare breed of director who knows how to turn that kind of genre stamp to his advantage.
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