Elvis’ longtime manager Col. Parker plays an oversized role, but that’s not this film’s only problem. There may be a great movie hiding in Elvis, but it’s buried under an awful lot of visual clutter.
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The film on the former Arizona congresswoman and her recovery from the 2011 shooting explains how she navigated gun control campaigns and later a Senate campaign.
Baz Luhrmann’s musical biopic, Elvis, stars Austin Butler as a hip-swiveling Elvis Presley and Tom Hanks as his devious, exploitive manager “Col.” Tom Parker.