Netflix’s ‘The Killer’: A sleek, tight, fastidiously executed nothing

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Like any streaming giant with an occasional interest in putting its titles in theatres first, if only for a moment, Netflix has given us plenty of junk. Plenty. “The Gray Man.” “Red Notice.” So many hundreds of millions of dollars of junk. Not entertaining junk; I like entertaining junk. Just junk. With a higher level of filmmaker and craft, junk becomes a different and more depressing question – why this material? For example, director David Fincher and his latest, “The Killer,” a sleek, tight, fastidiously executed nothing. It’s an assassin’s-revenge lark starring Michael Fassbender as the k…

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