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Netflix’s ‘Atlas’ charms with old-school heroics and mech fights (review)

May 28, 20246 Mins Read

The best way to describe Canadian director Brad Peyton’s (“San Andreas,” “Rampage”) rousing new sci-fi movie is to say that “Atlas” represents the best video game movie ever made for a video game that doesn’t specifically exist. 

Well, that’s not entirely true for this Netflix gem, which was released last Friday (May 24), because Peyton’s futuristic feature integrates deja-vu DNA from video games like “Titanfall,” “Mechwarrior,” and “Armored Core” — titles all locked and loaded with thundering mechs engaged in heavy metal combat, or “Pacific Rim,” the 2013 movie directed by Guillermo del Toro. 

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