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I May Destroy You
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This Christmas short film after the original Trolls is not long, and the story is also a classic routine that can be thought of. Relatively speaking, the amount of songs in the past 20-ish minutes is quite rich. Although each song feels like a sample record, on the whole, it also further improves Trolls' world outlook, and if there is a little more Christmas atmosphere at the end of the film, it will be more festive Japan resonates.
Quite but very intriguing, slow but very intense, Sam Rockwell's performance is excellently well and it is basically the best part of the film, and the film itself is also impressive as well.
It is humorous and interesting as a whole. Talking about the religious issues in India and the Middle East are one of India's film acts of the times. Khan's superb performance escorts this film, and the stories and interludes between the characters are very interesting. Leaving aside the logic, absurdity is the other side of religious culture. Tearing apart the veil of religious and political rule by gods and ghosts, personal belief is the real God.
The reason why Jiang Ziya is destined to be a topic is not because of the quality of the film. In fact, the film itself has already been one of the highest levels of domestic animation in terms of picture, color matching, action and scheduling. In fact, there has been a dispute on the adaptation of Jiang Ziya's character, which criticizes the character of attaching importance to children's love and neglecting human life, which is basically going to the movies with stereotyped glasses, so why not just to experience the charm of ancient myths with the flavor of Shanhaijing?