John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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This is the best movie I have ever seen it's super entertaining and it captures Jerrys life perfectly
You'll either like or hate Quaid's over the top Lewis but you can easily see he had fun doing it.
love love love this movie
Movie was decent but I found Quaids performance to be overacting in a way.
Yes Jerry Lee Lewis was a wild sick individual but in a way I could tell he was acting.
I did like the movie in that I learned more about his life but overall it was just ordinary and average.
Quaid is perfect in the lead role, but Great Balls of Fire is held back by poor writing and directing, resulting in a very mediocre movie.
Although Dennis Quaid does a good job the story ultimately boils down to white guy plays black music and gets famous then looses it all by marrying his 13 year old cousin.
The history from your Early life time dear Iconic Jerry lee lewis!
not a bad film.. hard to take his love affair with his 13 yr old 2nd cousin but quite enjoyable fun film Dennis Quaid does a pretty convincing Jerry
While lacking any real substance Dennis' Quaid's fully committed performance holds this glossy somewhat bland bio pic together
well crafted bio-pic of jerry lee lewis