Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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Like all things DC (and Marvel) in 2020, the original source material was bastardized with virtue signaling, thanks to "James" Olsen and Woker Woman. With the wreckage of the comic book industry behind them, DC has now set their sights on the destruction of their television, animated, and film properties, all blissfully oblivious to the fact that they have become the villainous dictators of their own franchises.
The Rise of Skywalker is an entertaining popcorn movie. But in terms of storytelling, it's a mess of poor pacing, exposition, conincidences, plotholes, and power creep. It's obvious that JJ Abrams sought to undo the sins of The Last Jedi, but it could have been done much better.
I don't know what this is, but it isn't Charlie's Angels.
An incredible, captivating performance from Joaquin Phoenix drives the origin story of a psychotic criminal and what drives him to transform into one of the most infamous and iconic fictional villains in history.