Brittany Runs a Marathon
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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It is a beautiful mess. Most of the effects from the 80s still hold up and it looks so surreal. Lynch has always been off-road with his approach to films and tv series. This film is no exception. But, I wish he had worked on the script a bit longer. The story is a bit muddled but not as bad as some people say it turned out.
I would still give it an okay rating because of the visually stunning presentation.
Gun-Fu at its best. Mr Reeves has made it into an art form. The change of locale was a bit nice. The Wick-world is getting fleshed out well in this sequel.
This is my favourite superhero movie ever. Action, comedy and violence done with a stylistic choreography.
Del Toro's name drew me to the movie. It is a decent thriller but not very scary. I think it still needs more development. The story was predictable but the cast was excellent with their refreshing performances. I hope it gets a sequel to tell a better story.
Recommended for teens and kids. Not for adults. It is just not scary enough adults.
The trailer and the soundtrack were so fricking amazing that I expected a good movie. But, It ended up being a typical Marvel movie with one exception of a good villain for BP when compared to other formulaic MCU ones. I was mostly disappointed by the movie with a cliched story. I hope the sequel does something good with this great character.
The soundtrack is outright amazing with Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd and SZA's voices taking centre stage.