Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Almost line for line the same, the differences are interesting to compare with the Miley Cyrus remake. The filmmaking here is all round not as slick, but the cultural attitudes on show are much more sophisticated. The kids characters are also down to earth and likeable, rather than bordering on broken for life already.
Good looking and funny, but the humour is stretched a bit thin.
Slightly creepy is all you get for quite a while but, as things start to make sense, an interesting sci-fi theme emerges - unfortunately, it's not fully explored. There's also annoying, though minor, shaky-cam, and the characters are all both undeveloped and dull. It does liven up a little for the final quarter, and ends better than you expect, but still isn't especially satisfying.
High school movie noir, and if you're in for that, it's magnificent.
Surfs a wave of cutetsiness, often managing funny and occasionally smart, but frequently dips into smug and very affected.