John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Based on a short story/essay by neuropsychiatrist Oliver Sacks, the film is about a brain rehabilitation through music therapy. The tragic paradox experienced by the protagonist is that the more he manages to recover the 25 years of memory lost with the encephalic tumor, the more he becomes aware of sad or deadly events.
Well-intentioned drama never reaches the emotional heights that it aspires to but the performances are good.
A lovely little movie that shows the awesome healing power of music
New-found respect for JK Simmons. He's great in role of typical 60's dad trying to recover what he can of the relationship with his son after a 20-year estrangement
good story. I was hoping it would not have a sad ending but it did in a good way.
The Music Never Stopped is a profoundly underappreciated film with a great soundtrack.
damn, this movie affected me on so many levels. and very well done all around.
A profound look at how one generation must humble themselves and learn the language of another generation in the hopes of mending broken relationships. We can all learn from it.
Hard to get into. The characters and storyline just felt forcefully dramatic. The over-excitedness over music was a miss too.
Oliver Sacks is my hero. Every year around this time I read the case study 'The Last Hippie' from 'An Anthropologist on Mars' with my psychology students. Everyone likes this bittersweet, hopeful, humanist adaptation.