Kate
Kate (2021)

Meticulous and preternaturally skilled, Kate is the perfect specimen of a finely tuned assassin at the height of her game. But when she uncharacteristically blows an assignment targeting a member of the yakuza in Tokyo, she quickly… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 10, 2021
DVD Release Date: September 10, 2021
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Critic Score: 44% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Mary Elizabeth Winstead does reliably gripping work in the title role, but Kate is disappointingly derivative of numerous other female assassin films.

Alexandra Heller-Nicholas
ABC Radio (Australia)

A fun, fast-paced actioner

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Brian Lowry
CNN.com

Look, we get it, people are looking for new stuff to watch, mindless escapism included. Still, in terms of any sort of inspiration or originality, "Kate," the movie, is every bit as D.O.A. as Kate, the character.

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Sameen Amer
The News International (Pakistan)

Temper your expectations and don't look for originality in this vehicle and you're very likely to enjoy the ride.

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Brad Newsome
Sydney Morning Herald

Director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan makes great use of the Japanese setting and of newcomer Miku Patricia Martineau, who becomes Kate's unlikely local sidekick, but he might have done more with Woody Harrelson.

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Roxana Hadadi
Polygon

The violence isn't quite ultra, but at least it adds some excitement to the otherwise lackluster script. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is a legit action star wasted by Netflix's Kate.

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Robert W. Butler
Butler's Cinema Scene

A lean, sleek female-centric actioner from director Cedric Nicolas-Troyan that arrives with a bang, knocks your socks off for 90 minutes, and leaves you limp but weirdly invigorated.

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Karen Han
Slate

Kate gestures at being different, something fresh and subversive, but at the end of the day, it's just reheating old clichés.

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Wenlei Ma
News.com.au

Its tired story and flat characterisations mean you're just counting minutes until the next shoot-out or sword fight.

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Jim Schembri
jimschembri.com

The life expectancy for most of the unfortunate henchmen in Kate is instantly reduced to about a second or so once they run into the titular anti-hero of Cedric Nicolas-Troyan's ultra-slick, frenzied, hand-to-hand combat action ballet.

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