John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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True to Stewart's talents, this starkly real but at times absurdly amusing tale has clearly been shot from the heart. Well told with some interesting visual devices, the film depicts the events with a flair for the dramatic which doesn't undermine the material. Really good watch and impressive first directorial showing.
A well-paced escalation of tension makes this crime drama compelling throughout, as Gandalfini and Hardy carry a film punctuated with good dialogue and good editing. If only its ending weren't so predictable and cliche.
And I quote my girlfriend after the ridiculously amazing credit sequence, which itself was worth admission: "That was fucking awesome."
Surprisingly entertaining and engaging. Cruise is almost redemption-earning. Surely to be remembered as a master-class in editing, as well. Fun and clever throughout.
Never watched a harder to watch movie than this. There likely hasn't been quite as dark a movie as this in the "children" format. I had to have a palette cleanser of "G. I. Joe" immediately afterward lest I throw myself off a bridge.
Dark, depressing, but touching in a "damn, the world is fucked" kind of way.