John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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One thing I've enjoyed about this series is the intricate mythology - how Hell worked last season to how Purgatory operates this season.
After a somewhat lackluster Season 2, I was hesitant to continue watching this show. However, within the first few minutes of Preacher Season 3 Episode 1, "Angelville," I find myself glad that I didn't give up on Jesse Custer and the gang.
So much has happened, and it's only the first episode. Given what we've seen so far, the trajectory of the season is up in the air. One thing is certain, though: whichever direction the show heads, it's not good.
All in all, it was a solid - and very enjoyable - season premiere.
There's a dope scene where Tulip's petite frame is bucking OFF with a big gun, and it's just great TV. Better put some respect on the O'Hare family name!
I look forward to catching up with these elements of Preacher, but it was interesting to watch an episode that took so much weight off its shoulders to keep the focus on saving a member of the cast.
Preacher is off to a very strong start. And I think trimming season three down from 13 episodes to 10 is the right move.
In many ways, it feels like the entirety of Preacher has been leading up to this
"Angeville" is a decent return for the series, and I'm still hopeful that the show can learn from the mistakes of previous years to tell a more effective story.
This episode opened up so many questions about Jesse's past and the people in it.