John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Essentially a good film, if you have never heard of Doctor Who before!
This is a film version of the second Doctor Who adventure "The Daleks" and if you are a fan of the TV series then do not watch this film - I watched this film and for the the almost 90 minutes that this was on, I was shouting at the screen due to all the inconsistoncies.
First off, the Doctor is a Time Lord from the planet Gallifrey and not a human who wanted to build a time machine.
Secondly, his name has never been Dr Who, he has alwas been known as "The Doctor" or his UNIT alias Dr John Smith.
Thirdly, he only had one grand-daughter; Susan Foreman. Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton were Susan's teachers and not the Doctor's other grand-daughter and her boyfriend!
Dare I go on..????
A heartbreaking film, at times too painful to watch. Some scenes look too much of an improvisation, but that just adds to the reality of the film. Crissy Rock gives an amazing performance, especially after reading that she went through similar events in real life.