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If you aren't familiar with the baseball term "battery," you might have a problem understanding the title. Actually, I am familiar with it, and I still don't really understand the title. Anyway, it's very minimalist and dark, and while it is a "zombie" movie, there's little to no gore to contend with. It's an interesting approach to a genre that's usually filled with gore, of which there is none here. It's worth a watch.
Fun! What more can you say?
A surprise appearance from comedian Tom Segura was the highlight of this basic, formulaic supernatural thriller. While the performances are uniformly good, the end result is only passable. Skip the theater and watch this one on Netflix.
It's kind of a snoozer. I love me some Brad Pitt, but this was just boring. And what a waste of Tommy Lee Jones. They could have cast a tomato can for that role.
The Oscar buzz for Joaquin Phoenix is definitely deserved. He's fabulous and delivers a Joker performance worthy of Heath Ledger's legacy.