John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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This movie tried to make me laugh, but it rarely succeeded. There is a decent story in here, but it doesn't always flow well. Richard Dreyfuss seems to have a lot of fun in the role, but it still isn't enough to save the film.
Everyone is acting, even the actor.
An all time favorite. Don't know what's wrong with the rest of y'all!
Dreyfuss and Julia help to elevate this to just miss it status.
A film for people who love acting. Julie and Dreyfuss have enormous fun. The politically-conscious subplot feels weird, but genuine. It's a mildly funny, very energetic film.
A lot of acting in-jokes ("They always say that about DeNiro & Hoffman."), much better performances than you might think for a semi-parody, & frankly just cracks me up every time I watch it. Doesn't generally get the credit it deserves. Dreyfuss's work in this is easily equal to his performance in "Goodbye Girl."
American Dad made an episode based off this film. It was hilarious! This movie is OK.
Have you seen it? No?? And you call yourself an actor??
Gets better with every viewing. Dreyfuss was great.
Unfunny 80's misfire.