The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot: Directed by Robert D. Krzykowski. With Sam Elliott, Rocco Gioffre, Aidan Turner, Melissa Jalali. A legendary American war veteran is recruited to hunt a mythical creature.
A man tortured by his past is constantly reminded of the actions he’s taken in a life he wishes he could leave behind, and then is asked to do the impossible. Sam Elliott absolutely nails this basic concept, and director Robert D. Krzykowski delivers on the possibilities that are presented, all with a gorgeous soundtrack by Joe Kraemer. It’s simultaneously a movie about wasted efforts, lost potential, aging regrets, and the ability to move past them and do better than what is expected of you.
If the title turned you off, give it a chance on just my recommendation, it’s worth your time.