John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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The Russian mastery of ponderously melancholy, existential desperation and unremitting despair is impressive in the catalogue of human cultures...their take on King Lear is thus appropriately shrouded and kissed all over by Death. I'm actually a little surprised I didn't kill myself after/while seeing this, but then, I've perhaps been inoculated by being a Prokofiev fan. Just a hunch.
Jeez, I saw some crazy shit when I was a kid; I wasn't even in kindergarten when I saw this one, and I still laughed my Pampered ass off. What a crazy fucking movie this is.
A bit grainy and bloodless, but a good anti-war film, and a good facsimile of the book.
Whew. I'm from the South, sort of, and I'd just like to share that we're NOT like this. Generally. That I'm aware of. I dunno, I was scared too.
Happiness amidst the Blitz. What, the Brits get mopey about World War III with Threads, but they lapse into bucolic nostalgia about the UK getting ACTUALLY bombed? Man, no kidding about that stiff upper lip, hanging on in quiet desperation thing...cheers.