John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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You could say this is just Nic Cage being Nic Cage, but this is more like Nic Cage being Nic Cage on meth, LSD & crack all at the same time(quite literally since there is a scene where he is on crack, hah). It feels like a straight up horror/revenge type movie, featuring S&M demon bikers from hell and a Manson-like cult. I wonder if the "44" shirt Nic Cage wears is an Obama mention and the main antagonist is a strange homage to the Orange Dump.. then I see it was made just last year, so yeah, maybe. Very strange movie indeed.
Jeff Goldblum's breakout role, and what a weird one this was. It starts off interestingly enough, the premise is Goldblum's character has invented teleportation and uses it to impress a lady. Then it gets into some bizarre territory and then eventually grossout city. The effects have not aged well. Not my cup of tea, but not a waste of time either I'd say.
Black Lives Matter: The Movie essentially. Unfortunately it's all too real, but worth a watch. It's a little extra on the runtime, but the story and message are on point. Not much really else to say other than the lead characters all give great performances, especially Amandla Stenberg in the main role.
This takes places in sunny SoCal, in the Mid90s(obviously) but skateboarding was never my thing. Although it features a lot of skateboarding type shenanigans, it's also a somewhat interesting coming of age drama. Kudos to Jonah Hill for making this actually look like it took place in the 90s, but it could've used more recognizable songs from the era though. Ah well.
Generous rating alert. When I first heard they were going to do the Phoenix story again, I was like "Really? :sigh:" Not that it's a horrible way to go, was just hoping they'd do something new especially since in the last one they hinted at Mister Sinister making an appearance. This was almost as disappointing as XMEN: Apocalypse. So the villain in this one is basically some generic zombie alien race trying to get the Phoenix power for themselves. Yawn.. Really feels like nothing new was added to the story and they pretty much retconned the ending of Days of Future Past with the ending here. I mean then again, does it even matter? Now that Marvel has the rights, all this won't really make a difference. Oh, and Sophie Turner and Jessica Chastain, both gorgeous leading ladies for sure. Doesn't really help the rating, just wanted to point it out. End of review.