John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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I thought this film was pretty good even though I hadn't seen the first one, yet I had no trouble following the plot and it didn't seem like you needed to have seen the first film. I have a different impression of Jude Law based on this film alone. Until now, all I knew of him was what the papers (real and tabloid) had to say about him. He seems to be a decent actor.
My rating of 10 out of 10 suggests that I really enjoyed this film and I did enjoy Tobey's role as an orphan who is brought up and trained in the skills of a doctor only to leave when a couple shows up to have an abortion.
He travels with them, obtains a job with the man's family farm, then once the man has shipped off to war he spends time with the man's girlfriend/fiance (who encourages the romance). The man returns a cripple and so his girlfriend appears prepared to stand by him. I also enjoyed Michael Caine's portrayal in the role of the doctor in the orphanage.
Not a particularly moral film, given the infidelity of the two main characters plus the revelation that a farmhand is having an incestuous relationship with his daughter. 10 out of 10.
Quite a film, it shows the dark and seedy side of brothels and that children are born and even led into such a life. It is inspiring to see how the children respond to their benefactor and shocking what kind of foul language the children experience day to day from people who should know better. 10 out of 10.
A "super-reviewer" claims it could've been "better made"! What arrogance! I suppose that it won an award and the filmmakers were relative "newbys" means nothing? Why do people review a film and place "pre-set" expectations upon it?
If I weren't open to the potential viewpoint of a filmmaker then I imagine I wouldn't have liked "Before Sunrise" or "Before Sunset" or even "Star Wars"! However, I don't try to limit my experience of a film nor make demands (for the most part) of the filmmakers (aside from prefering that films be unique or at least interesting or sensible).
As far as I am concerned, Hollywood filmmakers largely treat their audiences with disrespect or disdain whereas foreign and Canadian filmmakers do their best when making a film. Make my films Canadian or foreign (rather than Hollywood)!
Didn't see the first two, likely not to as well as this one....
Most definitely not interested! Hollywood, get a brain and get some creativity for a change!