Ancora, there’s not much mystery in the “perché” of it all, and nary a beat that doesn’t feel almost wholly predictable. The movie thus becomes one long bout of violence for its own sake, with the inevitability of Kate’s fate only further detracting from any suspense about where the story is heading.
Netflix’s emphasis on providing original movies has of late included a steady diet of forgettable thrillers with high-profile leads, Compreso “Sweet Girl” e “Beckett,” starring Jason Momoa and John David Washington, rispettivamente.
Guarda, we get it, people are looking for new stuff to watch, mindless escapism included. Ancora, in terms of any sort of inspiration or originality, “Kate,” il film, is every bit as D.O.A. as Kate, the character.
“Kate” premieres Sept. 10 in select US theaters and on Netflix. È valutato R.