Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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While more plot heavy and less violent than Volume 1, it is still packs as much punch. A great bookend that balances out it's predecessor very well.
A stylish and sexy musical with an excellent cast, great numbers, and a surprisingly good story. Well worthy of it's Best Picture win.
Revenge thriller that takes a lot from martial arts films and Japanese Anime all brought together with that classic Tarantino style of long dialogue chains shattered by epic bouts of violence. A lot of fun.
Amazing visuals from top to bottom. Did for ancient battles what "The Matrix" did for guns and martial arts fights.
Gerard Butler is almost a super villain in this tale of a man robbed of justice by the legal system. It holds your interest, but it is a violent as hell popcorn movie.