Da 5 Bloods

2020

Drama / War

159
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 92%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 N/A

Synopsis


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June 15, 2020

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Cast

Chadwick Boseman as Stormin' Norman
Clarke Peters as Fundraiser Demo-Tape Man
Delroy Lindo as Donald Stein
Jean Reno as Victor Dubois
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1.4 GB
1280*720
English 2.0
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23.976 fps
154 min
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2.88 GB
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English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
154 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by labolts 4 / 10 / 10

Disappointing

The context and resources had great potential to make it a great movie but Spike Lee missed the mark completely. Even the great actors playing couldn't save this. We wanted to like this and forced ourselves to finish this 2.5ht movie. What a waste. This could've been a much better movie if Mr Lee wasn't surrounded by yes men and hired better editors and script writers.

Reviewed by cotta002-318-865119 6 / 10 / 10

Could have been much better if used a simpler plot

Idea of black veterans returning to Vietnam was an interesting subject and if it had jut focused on the characters and them visiting battle grounds and places that brought back memories and focusing on complex characters, damage done and flashbacks to the time it would have been great. Instead we are given a series of implausible scenarios which included looking for gold bullion that of course the US government left in the jungle, no attempts to recover, along with this the story of the comrade who was killed was mish mashed and not clear how he died etc. Now add to that a de mine charity who may be in on a plot to steal the gold or not just coincidence they were clearing same part of jungle, Vietnamese gun men and the son who when going to dig a latrine what does his spade hit, yes a gold bar, who would have thought? 50 plus years I the jungle, o maps for points of reference but, he finds it.. If only the script had been more simpler, just exploring the veterans and horrors of what they were put through rather than the "what else can we add to this" , too many messages some not subtle, like making one of the vets a Trump supporter. Disappointing.

Reviewed by noahjnagle 6 / 10 / 10

A decent movie. Worth the watch.

Let me first start off by saying that this movie has an amazing soundtrack. It takes songs that are very relevant to the topic of war, PTSD, and racism. The cinematography is also pretty good. There is definitely a style to this movie. Some parts of the movie are shot to look like it was actually footage of the Vietnam War. There are some moments of the movie that came out of nowhere and completely took me by surprise, and other moments had me on the edge of my seat. There are some very funny scenes too. But there are also scenes that make you question if you really want to watch the rest of the movie. For example, there is footage and images of actual deaths and dead bodies, one of which take place within the first 10 minutes of the movie. This can be very disturbing to some people, including me, as it took me by surprise. But past all that, there is a lot of good history in this movie too. One scene they talked about a kid who jumped on a grenade to save his friends, and they show a picture of him and tell you his name. The acting is fairly decent. Delroy Lindo did an amazing job. Fantastic acting on all accounts by him. The dialogue on the other hand, is sub - par. Many lines are badly delivered and cringey. Another thing is the run time of a little over 2 hours and 30 minutes. It is a long movie, and slow at some points. Then there is the political messages and other things trying to be pushed, but this is not very prominent and can be ignored. One thing that cannot be ignored and is actually a good thing is paying homage to the black soldiers that fought in the Vietnam War. All in all, I would say it is a good movie if you are sitting down and we in the mood to watch a movie.

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