John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Pretty awesome little musical from the twisted mind of John Waters. Set in pre-Beatlesmania, Hairspray stars Ricki Lake as an upbeat plum girl Tracy whose desire of dancing will not only gain her popularity, but lessons and friends. Excellent soundtrack and wonderful supporting cast makes it hard not to smile.
In a theater of superheroes, live animated children's fairy tales, and PG 13 horror, the Nice Guys burst in with fresh hybrid of comedy and drama and action with Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling. I was pretty surprise how refreshing this film is and setting in a 1970's Los Angeles.
Energetic beginning and really sweet ending and a bore and obvious cliche center in this laugh free comedy that tries to be funny and lectures in one's self with a thin papered obnoxious supporting cast aside from Kevin Dunn. I did not laugh once and just watched this. Tackling on a premise I have seen in the 40 Year Old Virgin or Adventureland, a film that was actually funny, our two main characters Anne and Jeff try grow and change their personality with Anne turning into an alcoholic turrets girl and Jeff transforming into a douche after knocking a douche. Every other character is caricature of a stereotype from the nerds to the blond brainless female talking about her profile pic. I could not help, but to jeer at the middle which is a shame after laugh free, but charismatic opening.
Pretty good film although I never found myself singing to the songs they had like "Let It Go" or "Do You Wanna Build a Snowman". (I prefer "Let's Build a Snowman". One thing troubled me about this film and it was the troll's advice which started and ended the problem. Not to mention the use of obsolete weapons in the 19th Century. Anyways, the film takes the themes we have grown familiar in Disney princess films and twist it with both strong gender leading roles with humorous scenes which of course gained controversy nonetheless. The plot, think of True Grit only family friendly and replace murder and bounty with lost and discover after Elsa runs away from her kingdom.
So much more enjoyable and suspenseful than American Horror Story season one.