John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Exceptionally good acting by the two leads and the writing starts out goofy but becomes heartfelt and real by the end. Startling is that both actresses really are pregnant.
I like the idea however it just wasn't done properly. I'm not even sure what was wrong with it other than the fact it tried to be hilarious but really didn't hit the mark. The acting was average at best and it seemed like not much thought was actually put into the script and dialogue. Maybe there was a lot of improvisation, but that certainly didn't work.
I'm not one for mockumentaries and this one seemed to be an epic fail. I just don't think the director knew where he wanted to take it. Comedy, drama? what was he doing? It had all the makings of something and ended up with a big fat nothing. 2 stars for cute kids. The end.
Kind of in between on this one. Wasn't bad, but wasn't amazing or crazy-thought-provoking either.
Very poor little indie film. Not funny and actually quite boring.
Not much of a comedy but an interesting artsy film that brings up some important social issues. Very Canadian look and feel.
Director Alison Reid's film is too content to play the kooky in-laws for easy sitcom chuckles. Nor does Reid really make much out of the film's mockumentary format, dropping the premise in the film's final reel.
Aburridisima. En formato documental, la peor pelÃcula que he intentado ver...