John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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After failing at writing, a Denver writer becomes a criminal. Low budget fun.
Miranda is a Jack-Ass, and the Non-Festival cut of this movie SUCKS
This film really captures the feeling of the being lost and finally finding what fits, a true coming of age or clarity kind of movie.
Stupid but a lot of fun.
Low budget, but high pay off. This movie is slick, crafty and funny. Interesting premise and characters as well. Watch it and become a thief.
Very different and pretty funny...mental at times, but not bad at all...
A film that every Denver citizen should see.
I dont know sometimes what attracts me to a movie, but this one definitely got me. A few minutes into it I was wondering if I even wanted to watch it. A few more minutes and I couldnt turn it off. Its hilarious! and for the look of a rather inexpensive movie, they found some really great actors and storyline. I REALLY REALLY liked this movie!
This movie was really bad!!!
A failed writer robs a bank on the spur of the moment- and finds he's actually quite good at it. Things get complicated as he robs more places and unwittingly drags his friends into complicity. Aiming at the smart-talking Tarantino style of filmmaking, it perhaps tries a little too hard to be cool, but is a good film nonetheless.