John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Nowhere near as funny or clever as it thinks it is. I was legitimately surprised by just how amateurish this was. I've liked Steve Coogan films in the past, and I like many of those involved, but it was clear that the entire premise of the movie was based on the (perceived) strength of its headliner, "Rock Me (THE REVIEWS SECTION ACTUALLY CENSORS THIS WORD!) Jesus," which wasn't good enough to build an entire feature around. Every single joke bombs, even when it comes from veterans like Amy Poehler. The play is actually pretty good allegory for the entire movie: it may seem fascinating from the onset, but in actuality, it's a painfully unfunny mess.
Leaves you cold and underwhelmed. It moves at a snail's pace, and all of the talk about the fine ensemble work is, sadly, exaggerated. Tatum isn't in the same league as the other two, Ruffalo barely registers, and Carell appears to be trying (more than succeeding) at embodying someone we've never seen him play before.
Harmless, but you see everything coming from a mile away.
"Army of Darkness: Bruce Campbell Gets Off on Himself."
A generally enjoyable B-movie with some A-level special effects.