John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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The directing was awesome, especially for when it was made. The acting was superb, and especially Mrs. Robinson, she should have gotten an Oscar. There were some crazy ass scenes and it is really pushing the envelope; in directing, cinematography, editing and the overall story. Oh yeah, the music also made the movie, they took a chance with some contemporary music that often makes a movie dated, but it worked as quite the opposite, the music is still relevant and the music is exactly at the perfect places for it to be. The movie perfectly represents the culture changes of the time. Best movie of 67 and in the top 5 of the swinging sixties.
It was really good, I?m all about the chick-flicks but at one or two points it got too much even for me (I'm looking at you karaoke scene) lots of good stuff and an overall good feeling. Bill Murray as (almost) always, gets the job done!
He's the Jackal, the real deal, no fricking bruce willis here. It's a good movie that could not be made today, because he is just a guy who slightly changes his appearance a lot of times and if it was made today, alotta people would be bored, and probably me too. Because we've seen that kind of shit. But theres a whole different story here, it's exciting too see his cleaver approach to not get caught when his going to kill the French president. A true story too...
The story is good, really good...the acting is shit, really shit. It starts out really horrible, with lousy acting and bad editing but slowly progresses and you get sucked into the stor, but boy is it bad acting. But the story is really good and it keeps the movie going and keeps your interest, and when it's all those bad parts, you can just take a moment and think about being blind, deaf, paralyzed and unable to communicate. I'm sure it was a good book, and the author should stick to books, because movies, he can - not.