Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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The action scenes are well thought out, yet the plot seemed to familiar to most movies.
The beginning is full of many plot holes that don't make any sense, but the rest is entertaining, although it would have been better as a prequel to Dawn of the Planet of The Apes.
It blows my mind that a documentary of this genre could bore. The goal was supposed to be to reach the top of the rock (if I were to put it simply), yet it gets off track like a third graders essay, and then rushes the end of when they are finally reaching the summit. This leaves us to feel like it wasn't much of an accomplishment, and the struggles came from things other than the rock. New movie name: "Meh"ru
Nobody ever really notices it, but the genius camerawork (plus the astounding acting) really makes one feel like they are actually in the movie, which has a strong plot
Its soundtrack, visuals, and acting are stunning, and the plot is good enough to keep one entertained and remind them of why we should treat everyone kindly