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There are some good movies in theaters now thoughtful, artistic, well-acted and well-told movies that studios preciously save for this time of year with the distant hope of Oscar gold in their future. The Gerard Butler submarine movie "Hunter Killer" is not one of those. An American submarine is torpedoed by a Russian sub in Russian waters.Second, this movie has no subtlety.Back in the U.S., NSA worker Jayne Norquist (Linda Cardellini, one of three women in this film), decides Fisk needs to send a ground team (Toby Stephens, Michael Trucco, Ryan McPartlin and Zane Holt) to Russia, which ends up feeling like a Peter Berg short film accidentally cut into a submarine movie."Hunter Killer" is screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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