Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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boring. boring. boring. boring. boring.
a bit of enjoyable fluff. the post credit scene made no sense at all.
relentlessly bleak. if you are looking to want kill yourself after watching a film tomight, this one maybe not for you
cannot believe how unpopular this film is. just watched for second time last night, and it's just as funny as first.
tame. low stakes. maudlin. i sulpose if i were 10. as an adult, pretty lame
what a mess. ethically as confused as a film can be
terrifying in slow motion.
garbage. endless expository. really a film for folks who either don't have many brains or don't want to use them. dopey, predictable, and just all around bad.
pretty close to unwatchable. just because someone is batshit, that does not make them a genius. moss cant play, sing, or do anything that suggest she would have EVER been a rock star. clearly no musicians were involved with this. blechhhh
i had to keep stopping and coming back to it because so tense. masterfully done.
critics are being whiney, fussy, little elitists over a popcorn movie. it is perfectly enjoyable. yes, it ties up too neatly and you might ask what was the point of these three films when the story leaves off in the exact place Return of the Jedi did. fun tho. do not listen to the critics. they are dumb. full stop.
Lasted under a half hour. Blecccchhhh. Even the music was intolerable.
plot holes you could drive a spaceship through, but more or less a fun 3 hours
Overwhelmingly violent, but amusing. Very intense.