John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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If Rotten Tomatoes didn't force me to put in a rating less than 1/2, I would give it a 0. Not just that, a -1 no less.
this movie emotionally destroyed me.
In this movie animation, I like the version of the fox as a woman and the colors in this animation. U can watch all cartoons using boxxy software
No I don’t think it will be good
Geez, I love Roberto Benigni's work in Life is Beautiful and The Tiger and the Snow, but this movie adaptation was awful, like probably the worst adaptation of a beloved classic I've ever seen. I know good directors can make bad movies, but never would I thought it would be this bad. (except for when Ron Howard directed The Grinch)
This is the worst adaptation of The Adventures of Pinocchio or any other children's fairy tale book in general. In fact, it shouldn't even be considered an adaptation. This movie does everything wrong.
It is bad in Italian. Now it is worse in English. You can see the characters mouths moving. Also it is very generic for 2002. AND IS PENOCCHIO EVEN A BOY??? Grade: F-
What the FUCK am I watching?!! D:
I get that it's creepy but that was how Carlo Collodi wrote the original story. It's not well made but it fits the original story, even if Roberto Benigni's performance is laughable.