John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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I thought this was going to be funnier, but it's one of those movies where the funniest parts are in the ads. It is structured like a Hallmark movie, with moments of "adult comedy" but overall -- not a slam dunk -- which I thought it would be. Randall Park though -- he sold me. He's a funny mofo. So is Ali. They were funny as hell when they were allowed to be, just the script didn't really offer a lot to play with IMO. OK concept, OK execution.
I thought this was exceptionally bad. Boring. Tim Burton injecting his usually welcomed weirdness where it wasn't needed. The whole thing was shot on a stage, which sometimes didn't help its cause. I also love the Headless Horseman so I was especially annoyed that this movie didn't click. OK concept, poor execution.
Liked it more than I thought I would. These Antman movies are hidden gems in the Marvel universe. They don't take themselves too seriously and have fantastic fight scenes that are filled with creativity. Better than I thought it was going to be. Good concept, great execution.
Really enjoyed this movie. Excellent performances all around. This movie deserves more praise IMO. The movie starts off feeling like some overly-nostalgic ode to Jonah's childhood, then it just spirals out of control. Good times. Good concept, great execution.
Not bad. You see the entire movie coming a mile away, but regardless, it had enough good laughs to make it work. Also, it was a nice touch to do this type of movie with 50-year-old women. Overall, I'm not complaining. Solid concept, OK execution.