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First-person live-action shooter "Hardcore Henry" hit theaters in a blaze of buzz hailing it as a new cinematic genre for "Generation Xbox".What is new is a movie that uses almost no other type of camera angle, from its violent opening to its blood-spattered conclusion, 96 minutes and several dozen gruesome deaths later.It is the logical conclusion of a decade that has seen Hollywood flirt with gaming franchises like "Tomb Raider" and "Resident Evil" to attract "Generation Xbox," a term popularized by British screenwriter Jamie Russell. The audience is not shown Henry's face apart from one fleeting half-glance near the end."Hardcore Henry" grew from a first-person music video Naishuller made for his punk band Biting Elbows that went viral, with over 120 million views.
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