The best thing about cinema is the varied options available. In the mood for something challenging? Pop in "Blade Runner 2049" and prepare for a deep dive into a rich world of philosophical complexity. Perhaps you’d prefer something more madcap? Take a journey through the cosmos with the killers that make up the core unit from the "Guardians of the Galaxy" series. Sometimes, though, a film comes along that neither tries to push bounds nor coddle and contains echoes of nostalgia all under new execution. Such is the case for Scott Mann’s "Final Score", a film which – on paper – doesn’t sound like anything new, yet through an impressive execution, reveals itself to be a near-perfect cinematic sugary treat. It’s not too filling, not enough to rot your teeth, but it offers plenty of ooey-gooey goodness you only get from action films from the ‘80s and ‘90s.
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