The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot

Don’t mess with the mustache.

Rockin’ a memorable soup strainer, and owner of a deep, rumbly voice, Sam Elliott has carved out a career playing laconic good guys.

Called out of retirement after Bigfoot launches a virus which threatens to kill every man, woman, and squirrel in the world, one of World War II’s biggest unrecognized heroes gets back to doing what he does best.

Shooting stuff.

It’s a silly exploitation film at heart, yet still gives Elliott a chance to milk the melancholy as a man out of step with the modern world.

Have gun, will pierce your heart.

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