John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Between 2.5 and 3 stars. It has many of the deffects of the saga (it comes with SPOILERS): Avengers act without thinking in consequences (what about waiting to Captain Marvel? Between the many brains present, nobody thought about connection of Nebula in her past; don't they think in getting more time-technology since the beginning? Does nobody speak with Nebula about what finally happened with Thanos and her sister?), almost creating more disaster than they pretend to fix. But I must recognize they save somehow some of the obstacles they put themselves (including justification of Strange behaviour, that, well, it's so, so, but at least says why Stark had to survive). What they do very good is to manage emotions, symbols, ideas which indicate the end of an era (sometimes it looks one of these chapters for summary of TV series, as "Best moments"), and how much all this work and stories have created, closing some of the arcs in logical ways. A little forced sometimes (fans of time travel are horrified) but, somehow, it works.
Between 2.5 and 3 stars. It is not as great as Queen, but approaching to a part of its brightness gets sparks.
It is well told, although you feel they have exaggerated too much the story (spoiler: was there a group of nazis that were torturing people to get Eichmann back?)