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Review: Oblivion (2013)

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(76) Oblivion is a beautiful letdown; a collection of great moments and themes that never create a satisfying whole. Playing on traditional “forbidden zone” mysteries, it twists and turns acrobatically, but all of its answers have already been worked to death by the genre. It threatens to devolve into a chosen-one action vehicle only to veer back towards higher ground. Not since Prometheus has a film done so much right while failing to achieve its intended greatness.

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