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Co-writer/director Joe Carnahan has a made a living creating violent entertainment, endlessly fascinated by screen mayhem and meaty attitude, favoring tests of survival. With “Boss Level,” he’s aiming to summarize his storytelling interests, taking inspiration from video games to launch a time loop adventure that tracks one tough guy’s particularly busy day, dealing with a horde of assassins coming to murder him in gruesome ways. Much like his last helming endeavor, 2014’s “Stretch,” Carnahan finds the fun factor in pure excess, giving “Boss Level” an enjoyable level of mischief as it organizes multiple deaths and physical challenges. It’s not quite the hyperactive film it initially promises to be, but it moves, with the production clearly having a ball as it figures out ways to raise a little hell. Read the rest at


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