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[Fantastic Fest Review] ‘Colossal’ is So Much More Than a Monster Movie

Colossal may advertise itself as a monster movie, but it’s so much more than that. Set in a modern day world wherein a giant kaiju monster is currently terrorizing Seoul, South Korea, at first glance this film may appear as if it’s just riding the giant lizard wave that’s recently been revitalized with entries like […]
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