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Film Review - The Hollow Point


“The Hollow Point” has the right idea. It brings big guns and bigger attitudes to a western-flavored revenge story, and one with just the right amount of extremity to add tremendous chaos to the proceedings, giving everything a special boost of nastiness. Sadly, director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego doesn’t follow through on initial promise, though with a troubling filmography that includes “Apollo 18” and “Open Grave,” the picture’s failure to connect isn’t surprising. “The Hollow Point” is violent but not consistent, trying to make a mess out of a border conflict, only to come up short when it comes to intimidation and storytelling. Lopez-Gallego spends more time polishing his weapons than he does strengthening editing and building characterization. Read the rest at


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