John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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A slow and rambling film has a good cast but very little else to recommend it. On Blu-Ray.
A very well done but sometimes hard to watch critically acclaimed documentary film version of the critically acclaimed book. While it may help your appreciation of and empathy with the subjects' lives if you're on the Autism Spectrum, it isn't necessarily a requirement for viewing the film. There is something here for everyone. This was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 2017 Oscars, but lost to O.J.: Made In America. I can't speak for others, but I was hoping it would win, and still think it should have won the Oscar. The brief short film within the film here is a special feature on the DVD along with deleted scenes, all of which should be watched. On DVD only, and please read the book.
A fine live-action rendering of the classic tale. There a few film renderings of this story. This one scores a bullseye with a capable cast, sturdy CGI and script that hits all the right notes. I disagree with Leonard Maltin and Kevin McCarthy on the pacing of the film and the lack of a need for this version to have been made. This will be the version that will deliver the story to a whole new audience, whom may not want to go back and see the earlier versions.
A strong final outing for Jackman as the title character, Logan / Wolverine, and Sir Partick Stewart, Professor Charles X... Certainly it is the best stand-alone Wolverine picture. Not a light film by any means but a worth conclusion to a 17 / 18 year saga.