John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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We're finally getting to delve into Jesse's roots, and the dive into the Louisiana voodoo scene is proving to be an exciting one.
I've been wondering for two whole seasons just how Jesse got on the path he is on, and now I am starting to better understand.
It's by no means the best episode of Preacher, but it makes for another enjoyable hour in what promises to be the most intense season yet.
The show has been hinting at that since last season. It's doubtful that they'll keep it word-for-word, but everything is definitely being set up for something like that.
Easily, one of the best 'bullet ballets' in television history - studios usually save that for a feature-length film.
Enough is happening in "Sonsabitches" to keep me entertained. Jesse is more obviously the weak link of the show than usual, which is unfortunate, but I like so much of everything else being presented.
Featherstone got her butt handed to her by Tulip, and I must admit I was cheering her on. Featherstone had it coming.
I have very mixed feelings about this week's Preacher. On the one hand, I love how much "Sonsabitches" crams into a single hour. On the other hand, I'm concerned about just how much is crammed into this single hour.
I'm reluctant to say we've passed a point of no return here, quality-wise, and series have certainly come back from worse. But this [is] really not great.
To me, Preacher's constant drawing of parallels between the past and the present is like catnip - that is to say, I've loved the two episodes we've gotten so far, at least where that mirroring is concerned.