Spider-Man: Far From Home
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John Wick comes back now on the run after killing a member of the High Table. Now he will have to fight his way through as he becomes the target of all the most ruthless killers. The martial arts choreography of these films has always been a highlight but this time it has been levelled-up to extraordinary heights. The fights keep you at the edge of your seat and it is delightful to discover more of the lore and the rules of this assassins' guild world.
And thus ends the third phase of the MCU, with a thrilling and hilarious installment in which Peter Parker decides to join his best friends on a European vacation. But a new threat has already taken over the world and it is up to him to step on his superhero shoes and save the world despite his need for a break. The whole journey through the cities is a wonder to behold and the stunningly visual battles are astounding. Also hilarious at every opportunity and very unpredictable, which is great. The final big reveals only create more hype for the next Phase that we'll see until 2020.
A spy spoof comedy full of action scenes in which two best friends become entangled in an international conspiracy when they discover that the ex-boyfriend of one of them is a spy. The overall plot is just illogical and dumb, but Kate McKinnon's hilarious character and the filming locations of Amsterdam, Prague, Berlin and Vienna save the whole thing from disaster. It was a bit entertaining, though.
The latest installment of Emmanuel Benbihy's Cities of Love anthology franchise is no Paris, je t'aime, but some of the ten different romantic stories are interesting and have strong and solid performances by a talented cast. Others are sadly pointless and confusing and fail to convey the feeling that Berlin is actually a city of love. The fact that it is not called "Berlin, Ich liebe dich" and the lack of stories spoken in German prove that something better could have been done with the concept.
The famous musical live-action adaptation about the pure-hearted urchin who discovers a lamp unleashing a powerful genie that will grant 3 wishes to his master. It is a spectacle of magic and colour for which Will Smith's genie offers his own touch to the hilarious character and delivers a convincing performance that can be as good as Robin William's famous interpretation. The costumes, the music, the new songs ("Speechless" is a wonderful addition) and the visuals are stunning. It was an amazingly enjoyable time.