John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Ignore the critics. If you're a fan of music, especially jazz and/or any of the incredible guests on this record, you'll enjoy this documentary. I've searched for good music documentaries for a long time and this is up there on my list for sure.
Absolutely spectacular. DO NOT go into the theatre expecting something bigger and better than the Dark Knight. Nothing can touch Heath Ledger's performance in that movie. DKR is the conclusion of a trilogy, not the climax. Maybe it was because I expected an average movie, but I was blown away. Bane was wonderfully executed and physically frightening. Tom Hardy deserves a ton of critical acclaim. Anne Hathaway was just as marvelous. She was a big part of the success of DKR. I could go on and on about each actor really shining in their role (especially an emotional Michael Caine). I was glued to the screen during every single one of the 9,840 seconds (2hr 44min) and thought the plot was full of exceptional detail and stunning twists. At about halfway through, you're treated to an action packed fight scene between Bane and Batman that feels like it's an ending scene. Hats off to Nolan for including some comic book nods that had the theatre's die hards break out in applause.
I obviously don't want to spoil anything whatsoever, but basically I'm a huge fan of both Batman Begins and the Dark Knight and I was skeptical of the trilogy ender being able to compete, but I walked out of the theatre feeling great. The Dark Knight Rises is another incredible movie that is just as good as it should be. I can't help but think that anybody who calls DKR something like "confused" or anything else negative is just way too much attached to the Dark Knight and refusing to let it go. DKR does not top the Dark Knight, it sits next to it on the same high pedestal.
This is the worst film I've ever seen. The "action" sequences and dialogue are insanely awkward and forced. It made me feel really uncomfortable and angry.