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THE BOTTOM LINE: ‘The Hurt Locker’ Remains a Riveting, Devastating Look at War
A decade after it won Best Picture, “The Hurt Locker” still holds up as an authentic, unflinching look at the men who go to war, and how they deal with it. Renner and Mackie give outstanding performances, and Bigelow’s Oscar-winning direction elevates ‘Hurt Locker” to the top tier of war films. The 4K presentation is excellent, and the new Dolby Atmos mix is wall-rattling.