Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman’s brand new movie titled Da 5 Bloods released on Netflix on June 12, 2020. The war film is directed by Oscar-winning Spike Lee, and he also penned it. Alongside Boseman, it features stars like Delroy Lindo, Norm Lewis, Jonathan Majors, Clarke Peters, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Paul Walter Hauser,
The movie is receiving good responses from viewers around the globe. So here are the things which you need to know regarding it:
Story Of Da 5 Bloods
Da 5 Bloods is a war film that tells the story of four African American Vietnam ex-soldiers, Paul, Otis, Eddie, and Melvin; they come back to Vietnam to discover the remains of their squad leader Norman. There are also in search of the treasure that they buried earlier. These warriors are fighting forces of humanity and nature while faced by the lasting ravages of the degradation of the Vietnam War. The film manages to capture the experience of black people during the Vietnam war.
If you haven’t watched this movie, you should watch it for the brilliant performances of the cast members and the great story. You will enjoy this movie during your quarantine time.
Review Of Da 5 Bloods
The war movie of Chadwick Boseman gained positive reviews from the critics and audiences for the cast performances, story, and direction. This movie is considered as Spike Lee’s ‘most urgent and impactful movies’ as per Rotten Tomatoes. Viewers are also praising the main lead star Delroy Lindo who played the role of Paul.
Even everybody is claiming that this movie will definitely win many awards for the script, acting, and direction.
Netflix viewers also gave the war movie positive reviews, and they loved it very much. They are saying that the war movie deserves an Oscar, and the director Spike Lee has done a fabulous job. On Twitter, many users share their views; one said: ‘okay let’s all admit that Delroy Lindo wants the Oscar nom for Da 5 Bloods… cause this is Raw.’
Another said: ‘I’m 90 mins into DA 5 BLOODS and had to take a break before my heart stops. This is intense.’