Da 5 Bloods | Official Trailer | Netflix

Da 5 Bloods | Official Trailer | Netflix

From Academy Award® Winner Spike Lee comes a New Joint: the story of four African-American Vets — Paul (Delroy Lindo), Otis (Clarke Peters), Eddie (Norm Lewis), and Melvin (Isiah Whitlock, Jr.) — who return to Vietnam. Searching for the remains of their fallen Squad Leader (Chadwick Boseman) and the promise of buried treasure, our heroes, joined by Paul’s concerned son (Jonathan Majors), battle forces of Man and Nature — while confronted by the lasting ravages of The Immorality of The Vietnam War.

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Da 5 Bloods | Official Trailer | Netflix

Four African American veterans return to Vietnam decades after the war to find their squad leader’s remains — and a stash of buried gold. From Spike Lee.

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  1. This shit was so preachy. Like it could have been such a great movie but odd pacing, and the roll your eyes level of preaching stops it from being great. The cinematography was on point tho. Spike Lee never fails in that regard

  2. I tried to watch it. Guess I wasn't quite ready for this level of Spike Lee manufactured history. Just one Vietnam Vets two cents.

    United States Army (RA). Military Police, MOS 95B, E-3
    Vietnam Tour, Long Binh, 557th MP Company, 95th MP Battalion, 18th MP Brigade
    National Defence Service Medal and Vietnam Service Metal

  3. Instead of this tripe Spike should do a historical movie about the Mali Empire King Abu Bakr II and his ocean travel to the America's in the 14th century, almost 200 years before Columbus. The evidence of his landing in Brazil is well known in South America and it would be an uplifting film young men may hold onto. This shit just makes you depressed at the anger, greed and stupidity of most people.

  4. Some people don't even know this is where the Bloods street gang in LA got their name from. The ones that fought in the Vietnam war called themselves Bloods an acronym for "Brotherly Love Overcomes Overrides Destruction". They were well trained Gangsters from experience from military forces in Vietnam. That's why they were so many unsolved dead bodies in LA. Over 2,000 murders from the 70s to the 80s. They were literally marksmen unlike Chicago's gangbangers.

  5. Garbage………. And a side note, the Vietnamese people have no ill will against the United States. They love Americans. Go see for yourself and visit. They will make you feel welcome. This movie did a disservice to these beautiful people and the country I love to visit.

  6. People are gonna disagree with me on this, but I was really disappointed by this film, a real shame as I loved Spike's previous work BlacKkKlansmen, and am very interested in the Vietnam War. I think the tone for me was the biggest issue, constantly going from what felt like black comedy with over the top gore, but flashing back to historical footage that was clearly supposed to be in a serious context (I'm not even American but found it somewhat in bad taste to men who fought and died). The on the nose political commentary is par for the course with Spike, I don't have a problem with it, but the script becomes sloppy when you have lines like "Black soldiers are 32%, is it fair to serve more than the White Americans who sent you?" Disproportionate yes, but not more than White Americans. My recommendation is to watch Three Kings (1999) instead, that has a similar plot but more consistent tone and likeable characters.

  7. This movie had such a convoluted plot. And 1 1/2 into it you discover there is about hour of movie left. It just got boring. I understand what Spike was attempting. I don't think it worked. Also the gun fight scenes were confusing. If that was them fighting the Viet Cong when they were younger, why was the movie showing them as present selves? It was really confusing at first.

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