John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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i loved the technical aspects of the film such as the color grading, set designs and cinematography, but that's about it. the plot felt really disjointed and i didn't find the characters engaging enough. if you're a fan of wes anderson i'm sure you'll enjoy this film. but i highly recommend checking out other directors such as suzi yoonesi's dear lemon lima which i think is a more enjoyable offbeat coming of age film.
a decent followup to mcdonagh's underground hit "in bruges". it had its laugh-out-loud moments, but the plot was incoherent at times and the directing wasn't as tight as "in bruges". but i suppose if you're working with seven psychopaths, then anything linear or rational goes out the window. all in all, a decent film.
one of the most intense and satisfying action movies i've ever seen. there's nothing really new to see in terms of plot, but the directing and action sequences were riveting. the electronic-industrial sound design really intensified the mood of the scenes too. highly recommended.
wow, a pretty amazing conclusion to nolan's interpretation of batman. i agree that some parts of the plot felt pretty conventional and that some of the performances felt contrived (like cat woman). but all in all, nolan deserves all the praise he gets for demonstrating that a super hero movie can be more than just a live action cartoon. with such high expectations, the dark knight rises is an amazing cinematic achievement.