Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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I wish more was explored regarding the war and how the kids and adults both talked about it with each other. It's obviously a giant metaphor and theme here. This just comes off as ho-hum daytime TV than anything resonant from the times like it wants to.
I can't get into the really bad "cut sceney in a video game" acting and dramatic scenes in these movies. The Kung fu is good but I'd rather just go back and watch old Bruce Lee films or Jackie Chan.
What the fuck is this.
Paint by numbers monster disaster flick. It employs the same cliches we've seen in these kind of movies since the 90s.