John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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A fun romantic comedy with the weird, but hilarious kind of quirks that only the Coens can pull off soo masterfully. Feels like an old Hollywood screwball comedy, and it totally works. I love the cynical flourishes.
Disturbingly realistic look at relationships and the various pitfalls of them. John Cusack is an incredibly flawed, but very human character, who's growth is more realistic than in other romantic comedies. It's refreshing.
An interesting thriller, that raises ethical questions. Ones that wrap up a little too neatly, but Affleck and Jackson give some impressive performances.
A decent, if unnecessary follow-up. Plays with some interesting ideas and I love all the metaphysical mumbo jumbo it deals in. But that ending man... almost ruins the whole thing.
Despite all the hate this is getting from metal fans, I found it strong and compelling. Don't know how much was real, but the film goes out of its way to even state that it's based on truth and lies. Regardless, it's well performed, and has an engaging arc, one that shows a genuine window into teenage rebellion.