John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Great underdog tale set during the Great Depression about the real story of the racehorse Seabiscuit and the three men he bought together: a failed jockey, a cowboy and a millionaire.
In the end it's just a tipical romantic drama. A minus would be the fact that although the action takes place in 1969 it didn't feel as if we were in '69 while watching the movie.
Despite the subject of the story being encountered in many other movies (a person suffering from a terminal illness), the movie manages to bring some fresh moments and is emotionally engaging without being too depressive.
It was fun, although a little ridiculous, but that's a given with fairytale movies.
I thought it was an alright film, however I haven't seen the 1969 version or read the novel. A strong point of the movie is the acting of Hailee Steinfield and Jeff Bridges. I didn't realize Matt Damon was in the movie until the credits.