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Valentine: The Dark Avenger - Starburst
In terms of ambition and style on a low budget, the filmmakers must be commended on trying their best and it’s clear to see that all involved were having a lot of fun during its production and has given birth to a fantastic actress in Linden who stole the show throughout.
Valentine: The Dark Avenger
Valentine: The Dark Avenger is a fun, fast-paced film that makes a nice change from the blockbuster superhero films the big studios are pumping out. It ends with the promise of a sequel, and I’d like to see it happen.
Valentine: Dark Avenger (Movie Review)
he visuals are clean and clear. While the editing provides a smooth-enough flow to the scenes, particularly during the frenetic action sequences. It helps that Valentine is more of a Batman-esque superhero – favoring hand-to-hand combat and tools (like using handcuffs as a set of bolas) over CGI-intensive superpowers.
Film Review: Valentine: Dark Avenger (2019) by Ubay Fox
“Valentine: Dark Avenger” is a more than worthy addition to both the female vigilante and the comic adaptation categories, and the fact that it seems to kickstart another cinematic universe is a welcome surprise.
Valentine: The Dark Avenger Trailer Has a Hero Rising from The Shadows
A must-have for superhero and action movie fans, Valentine: The Dark Avenger comes to home video on May 14th.
Shout! Factory Releasing ‘Valentine: The Dark Avenger’ May 14
The film focuses on a waitress named Srimaya (Estelle Linden), who lives in the crime-infested city of Batavia. Her dreams of becoming an actress are given a boost by a chance meeting with a film director that leads to her transformation as the costumed superhero Valentine. But as she emerges as a role model for the people, a new villain emerges that will put her resolve to the test.
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