John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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The best silent comedy, nervewrecking scenes almost stopping your heart.
A mans struggle to raise improper food to the world. Done in a totally biograpyically way, making in incredible predicable and hollow. At least it gives you the fast-food-way of fast-food.
A powerful story about getting to the very roots of your identity. Yet, the movie lacks something to reach out further than it does. Overall good, but nothing deep and special.
Maybe the first horror movie ever created? A master in building emotions in the set with incredible backgrounds, as well as the great characterisation of both Dr. Caligari and Cesare, which rays of power and torment. The mysterious Dr. Caligari has its similarities with the to be born Dr. Mabuse. Impeccable Weimar silent, powerful as the sun.