Potentially the most important movie release of summer 2020, Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods is about 4 Vietnam vets journeying back to Nam' in their old age to recover the body of a fellow solider. At first what seems like an ensemble comedy about 4 old dudes, one who's rich, one in love, one goofball, and the other a Trump supporter. Slowly transitions into a film about shed blood, both past and present. Lee's script has a lot to say and the context of black US soldiers in Vietnam, is possibly the most vital truth, which before was unspoken in film. The film is also gorgeously shot and the score is memorable. Delroy Lindo and Jonathon Mayors both give impressive performances, though Lindo is on another level and is my favorite performance of 2020 so far. Thanks to Netflix's accessibility there is no reason you shouldn't catch this important piece.