John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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A very PG film, but one I'm so pleased was made. These women deserve to have their story told. I sat next to a father with his young daughter who kept asking him questions about the segregation and sexism in the film, that in itself is reason for this film (and hopefully many more like it) to exist. Great cast, good film, worthy story.
A masterpiece. A unique and unexpected story that features characters rarely featured on screen and with such grace. An examination of hyper masculinity and homophobia both external and internal. The whole ensemble is incredible. An absolute must see.
Haliee Steinfeld is so good in this. I found parts of her character and this film so relatable still 20 odds years past me being at the edge of 17.
It has quite a few similarities to Emma Stone's Easy A from 2010, especially with the relationship between the protagonist and a wise cracking teacher, but this one, although very funny, takes a more serious turn and is more of a character study of a grieving, awkward, depressed, but super interesting, intelligent, old soul teenager. I can relate!
And massive ups for the casting of an Asian American male love interest who is so ridiculously awkward and adorable you've got to love him.
If you like high school or teen movies (like I do), don't miss this one.
This is one of my favourite franchises, but they lost their way a bit here. It is still entertaining and fast paced, but unlike the others there is no nuance. It starts at 11 and stays there. It's just one giant chase sequence.
The new characters have no understandable character development and unlike the previous films that have drama, thriller, action, humour and romantic aspects this is pretty much just action. I still had fun though, I just wanted more.
Being not funny enough to be a fully realised comedy or serious enough to be a hard hitting drama leaves this film a bit in no mans land. It like many films had a lot of good moments in it, but the overall story arc felt lacking and the tone and soundtrack just felt a bit disjointed.
It said some interesting things about the taliban and about war and life, but it was also just a bit meh.