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How Do You Talk to a Battle Angel: "ALITA," reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Rosa Salazar is  Alita , an amnesiac cyborg super-soldier in the 26th century. (Twentieth Century Fox)

Rosa Salazar is Alita, an amnesiac cyborg super-soldier in the 26th century. (Twentieth Century Fox)

Panzer Kunist is, as I’m sure I need not tell a cinephile and aesthete as refined and discerning and educated as you are, an ancient cyborg martial art that has largely died out by the mid-26th century. More importantly, Panzer Kunst has the satisfying hard consonants of words that were forbidden on 20th century television. It seems like it could work as any part of speech, which makes it especially panzer to kunst as kunst as possible. Panzer Kunst!

On the new Alita: Battle Angel. My full review is here.

When the Legend Becomes Fact: Tarzan, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Samuel L. Jackson as real-life Renaissance man George Washington Williams, with Alexander Skarsgård as fictional he-man  Tarzan.  (Jonathan Olley)

Samuel L. Jackson as real-life Renaissance man George Washington Williams, with Alexander Skarsgård as fictional he-man Tarzan. (Jonathan Olley)

For NPR, I wrestled with the 201st (give or take) iteration of The Legend of Tarzan, a movie wherein in the Uncanny Valley is often represented by a valley. 

The Ties That Bond: SPECTRE, reviewed.

Chris Klimek

Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux in  SPECTRE . (Sony)

Daniel Craig and Léa Seydoux in SPECTRE. (Sony)

My NPR review of SPECTRE, definitive Bond Daniel Craig's 004th appearance as 007, is up at NPR now. The fourth time around has been a trouble spot for every screen Bond — witness 1965's Thunderball, 1979 Moonraker, and 2002's Die Another Day — and Craig is the fourth actor to reach film No. 4 in the role. Before I saw SPECTRE, I thought I wanted one more Bond flick from him. Now I'm not so sure.