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I May Destroy You
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One of the most under-rated films of all time. The entire plot is extremely powerful. People may not be Christians or even appreciate Christianity, but they should certainly recognize the central axiom of this film illustrating the struggle of good against evil in one of its purest forms, as well as redemption of deeply flawed people in a broken world. The film has just enough action to keep the plot moving but never too much to dilute its story. More importantly, it has a very strong message of hope and humility, and also the recognition of being good and doing good even in the face of overwhelming evil in the darkest hours. Not everyone believes in Heaven, but people should realize it's always worth it to tilt the balance of the world away from hell -- even just by a tiny bit. This film is an embodiment of that like a single blossoming flower in a post-apocalyptic world. One of the greatest films of all time!
One of the most under-rated movies of all time. The entire film is masterfully written, directed and acted. After a second or third viewing, you start to catch all the important details and the spider webs of lies, deception and illustrations.
Real espionage is almost never a blockbuster action movie, it's a slow burn and a series of misdirected innuendos like the plot depicted in this movie. It's entangled with national interests, personal beliefs, selfish needs, and interpersonal relationships in both public and private. Many may not appreciate this film, but I certainly do. One of the best films of all time.
That was so beautiful, brought me tears of joy.
I loved this film and am glad to see this sequel. Sure, it's predictable, but the audience wouldn't want anything to happen to our main characters. The film is like a rated-R fairy tale with zombies and they kept true to the story's mythos. I would like to see more of this franchise.
Some of these so-called film critics didn't like this movie because it was not "woke" enough for them. The movie made fun of everyone in a funny and friendly way, but I guess that was not good enough for them. They want conservative-bashing and liberal-loving rhetorics in every film these days. Can we just have some fun and not have a political message in everything?!