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  • In the insufferable, secondhand tradition of countless other regrettable genre films, Black Out is so impressed by itself, it doesn’t even need an audience. show more

  • The film's various references to other stylistic touchstones, while thematically apt, rarely carry any sort of critical inquiry. show more

  • The only real problem with Black Out, which plays like a cross between “The Hangover” and “Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels”-era Guy Ritchie, is that it’s naggingly over-familiar. show more

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