Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Mostly long and a bit boring, but its overall weirdness and a good ending are its saving grace.
Some fine performances all-around, in particular Jacobs and Bowen; I'm talking award nomination material here. Moshe does a great job in his directorial/writing debut in presenting a compelling story.
Weird, with zero likeable characters. Even though it came out in 1993, for all intents and purposes this was an 80's movie; and only the 80's can produce the type of crap this is. Worse than The 'Burbs; worse than Beetlejuice; worse than Weekend at Bernie's. You get the picture.
This was a decent slow, steady burn, though I must admit I was hoping for a bit more. The comparison to 70's horror was certainly missed on me though, and I've seen my fair share.
Silly. More than half the movie was prep work. The best part of it was Ministry's "Just One Fix," and that was during the opening credits.