Da 5 Bloods
On the Record
I May Destroy You
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An addicting film that takes you back to when love was new, vulnerable, young, free...the what-ifs, the missed phone call, zemblanity. It asks you if you are really happy or do you wait for the next minute, hour or lifetime. Do you settle or do confront the what-ifs, taking that chance for deep, wonderful love.
This is one of few Hawaiian movies that is actually not "whitewashed" as the military personnel are white but the story takes you deeper than just a simple romcom. You catch a glimpse of a very real Hawaiian sovereignty movement, where Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper) meets with an old military buddy, Dennis "Bumpy" Pu‘uhonua Kanahele to negotiate the construction of a new military complex that is to be built on a native Hawaiian burial site. Instead of commercial Luaus and Don Ho you get enjoy an authentic Hawaiian slack key guitar, an authentic family luau and interesting view of Hawaiian mythology. Much deeper than say Pearl Harbor or 50 First Dates. As a whole the film is enjoyable and interesting and with a sweet and tender ending.