The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot (2018)
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All its idiosyncrasy expended on that undeniably head-turning title, this low-key, literal-minded indie manages to make those marquee events pretty uninteresting.
An unusual-and mostly successful-hybrid of a pulpy adventure tale straight out of a midcentury men's magazine and a meditative reflection on loneliness and aging...
Barr, a mythic all-American hero, is a foil to Trump - and the film plays like a melancholic elegy for the old-world values of modesty, charm and decency which Barr embodies, but which are slowly dying along with him, if not quite yet dead.
For a few open to its surreal, somber, silly greatness, this film is a towering achievement.
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