John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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I actually liked this film. A complete stalker film about a guy stalking women online & the stupidity of people who fall into that. What I liked in re to this film that was different in other films of this genre, was that a substantial part of the film was the people actually engaging with each other online not in some other medium. It made the film more intriguing. By no means a great film but it keeps you interested. The performance of Huey Lewis as the FBI Agent was actually quite good. Worth seeing.
this is a really good movie!
I think I saw this one night really late on tv. I think it sucked and I tried to wipe it from my memory. Thanks, flixster for reminding me of another horrible movie.
I really enjoyed watching this movie but for absolutely every wrong reason imaginable. The movie stunk. The acting was cringe-worthy and the whole thing had a very low budget feel to it. If this movie had been advertised as a black comedy and the actors had hammed it up it may have fared better
One of those movies that should have never been made.
.com means "computer-output microfilm", stupid
Not really scary but it is a mistery and if you see it I bet you can't guess who did it
Why do they make these kinds of movies?
I only watched this because of Roger Daltrey but it wasn't worth it. Really unbearable
Hitchcock was heard in the distance, screaming at the top of his lungs for injustice when this came out. For a foreigner, Nico Mastorakis loses so much of the energy from his previous work that it almost hurts to sit through this blatant American espionage.