John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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When I heard that Uwe Boll had actually made a good film I threw up a little in my mouth, but the critics were right. For me this film was very disturbing, but at the same time strangely beautiful. This film is not a must see, unless you enjoy massive carnage. I do admire Boll's ability to produce such a well rounded film. Everything works, the acting was on par with the emotion of the film, and the narrative documentary style of filming kept the film on a good pace. This film will get your heart racing and challenge your morals. This is a well thought out film with good acting, good filming, and even good directing (I can not believe I just wrote that Uwe Boll could actually direct something).
Please remember that this is not a date film or for the faint of heart. When you do watch it though remember to pay attention to the details, this film comes full circle.
A part me died after I watched this film. My heart hurts for those who like shit like this.
Seriously i thought this film was way enjoyable. It had a ridiculous plot and lame acting, and sometimes that is what I want. The great thing about this film was that is never took its self serious and delivered a good camp experience. My only complaint is that Bruce Campbell wasn't in it.