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I May Destroy You
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Despite their being one of the biggest bands in the world, most will deny liking Coldplay. I freely admit being a fan of the band, as well as this film, which is bursting with great behind-and-in-front-of-the-scenes footage and information for anyone mildly interested in the musical foursome, as well as finally shedding some light on the mysterious 'fifth member' of Coldplay, Phil Harvey. My main criticism is that it perhaps lacks some of the depth which might let us connect with the band-members on a personal level.
This film is fuelled solely by emotion, and it never runs out.
This film's message of love and acceptance could turn even the coldest of hearts warm, even if it breaks it a bit along the way too.
It has been nearly 19 years since the release of 'Shrek', and I have yet to watch another film like it.
This wartime masterpiece is proof that an incredibly complicated story isn't necessary to make a fantastic film. Despite its relatively simple plot, Sam Mendes and Krysty Wilson-Cairns have created a screenplay with enough raw, real emotion to guarantee you'll remain fixated on the screen until the film's heart-pounding, gut-wrenching climax. Beautifully shot, with convincing acting all-round and accompanied by an epic soundtrack, this compelling insight into the trenches of 1917 will ensure your mind doesn't fully leave them until well after the end of the film.