Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Sweet old fashioned comedy with a moral. Funny.
Seems at first to deal with the problem of being a clone, of being trained to think of yourself as a person, of finding out that you are only a clone... of the process of being trained, of the subterfuge involved... of overcoming that training and finding peace with your own clone humanity. Then, it doesn't deliver on those promises. A dumbed down science fiction project that tries to pass itself off as intelligent. In the end, just another good story.
A bit quirky in places. But a great family story. Really brings home the wonder of space flight and the 'first' moon landing... the unexpected, heretofore unfathomable, sheer unimaginable (nonetheless believable and, who would have known, practical) aspects of it... in the minds of children (at least).. but also for children of all ages. A classic!
Emma: Great! High school memories... painful. Funny... great writing. Interesting characters. This one is hit or miss. I decided 'hit'. Could have gone either way. As a romance, it misses. Still, a few sweet moments. Ironic she chooses to save her bad reputation by declaring that she wants to have sex with some guy? Not sure what message THAT is supposed to convey. Nonetheless....
Good onscreen chemistry. Quirky. Potty mouth soft porn. Romance. Good beginning. Problems arise. Good resolution. Fair ending. Predictable romance.