John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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COMEDY SECTION?? MY ASS!!!! THERE WAS NOTHING FUNNY ABOUT THIS MOVIE!!! IT CAN GO TO HELL!!!!
Let me guess. Half of the watchers went to Penn State and the other half didn't.
Haters & PSU grads, get over it! Paterno was that evil as are many football worshiping schools! Texas has high school football worship. Do you really think everyone there is that nice if or when you oppose high school football in any fashion??
If not, 80% of the watchers had Eiffel Tower high expectations when the remaining 20% (me included) realized that Barry Levinson isn't as good of a director as he used to be.
-62.5% of those with Eiffel Tower expectations hated it
-37.5% of the remaining aforementioned 80% liked it
-20% of Levinson's detractors were the only rational people watching
As a member of that latter 20%, I remember him making a film that no one cared to like or watched nearly 12 years ago, Man of the Year. Based on the fact that the last Levinson film I ever watched was Man of the Year while knowing that it wasn't great despite my secret adoration for the film, Levinson showed me that he improved by making Paterno a solid film.
This viewing experience is not the Oscars, People, and many of you 1 to 3-star raters fail to realize that Sandusky's trial and moments such as his ill-timed interview with Bob Costas with his attorney Joe Amendola by Costas' side take away from what the movie is supposed to be about, Joe Paterno. It already took 1 hour and 40 minutes to cover Joe during the tragic 2011 season.
Movie watchers have to realize that they will need that ridiculous OJ: Made in America model to film and cover all of Paterno's coaching career. His coaching career was almost as long as the span that dated from OJ's childhood to his incarceration in Nevada.
I always laughed hard when Sean Combs kept shouting, "Mind fucking!!!" Also, How come every time I type in this the words comes out in capital letters but the actual review is displayed in normal font?
I never felt that this was as Oscar-worthy as previous historical films were, most notably Frost/Nixon.
This long drawn out storyline over one small topic was only salvaged by Oldman successfully playing a man whom Robin Williams accurately described in 2002, a man doing great speeches while drunk on cognac.
That's Winston Churchill, everyone!