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Blind Squirrel Uwe Boll Finds a Nut

I know there were a few bigger things on the agenda in the past couple of weeks, what with The Dark Knight and everything, but how in the hell did we miss this: A positive review of an Uwe Boll movie.

Variety - that's right, good ol' mainstream Variety - has taken a look at Boll's Vietnam movie 1968 Tunnel Rats, and has proclaimed it, "aptly tense and discomforting" and "well-crafted."

Hold on just a second: Uwe Boll? Well-crafted? What in the wide, wide world of sports is a-goin' on here?

There's more:

"Though dialogue (purportedly largely improvised) is not a primary element, Boll's screenplay takes some pains to show sympathetic and fanatical types on both sides, notably in the character of a young Viet Cong mother (Jane Le) who clearly doesn't relish having to kill the enemy."

In all, the trade applauds the performances and technical aspects of Tunnel Rats,

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