Da 5 Bloods
On the Record
I May Destroy You
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We're all puppets. The interviews are terrifying and the most clear cut you can get on how much the tech companies actually are manipulating us, which makes this a great watch. Structurally, I couldn't get into the back and forth narrative and documentary, but doesn't mean this isn't important and effective material everyone should watch.
I do love good lookin eats on the screen, as well as some good folks enjoying them. Although most of this felt like an excuse to show off these dishes, it's still a beautiful character piece that ends up creeping up on you emotionally.
I actually love watching thrillers like this, knowing going into them I'm in for some trash, but hopefully enjoyably so. And given there's nothing out right now and I have an AMC A-List membership, I said fuck it. Well, I guess this delivers what it's supposed to be. But come on, at least be MORE stupid if you're already going to be stupid. This thinks it's actually really suspenseful. And it is if you want to pretend you haven't seen these films a million times. This is obviously supposed to just be an entertaining time and I wish it would revel more in being that rather than pretend it has more integrity. That being said, getting drunk and seeing this with friends would still be a good time for how bad it is. Also, I feel like if Russell Crowe wore a MAGA hat throughout, it would be more believable.