Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Filmed over in beautiful France, Ford plays a returning GI who knows the location of a priceless religious relic stolen during WW2. George Macready is the Nazi who stole it, and now wants it back. The bodies are mounting up, and then there's this friendly French tour guide who's very helpful ... good times over in Europe, yah sure.
Bland actioner obviously shot on the cheap. Not terrible but something that has been done many times before. One of the many programmers Ford churned out on his climb, at least for a while, to the top. It's nice to see Geraldine Brooks, better known for her stage and TV work but always an engaging presence, in a rare film lead.
Glenn Ford lends a lot to this movie, it's a good mystery, great French settings. The light romance thrown in seems out of place at times, but overall the movie is good.
This film can't make up it's mind. At times it feels like a romantic comedy, then adventure, then thriller, then action...what the hell is it?