John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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the annoying background music just the tip of an incomprehensible, drawn-out, pseudo-sci-fi with mumbled lines and an insufferable three hours to connect the tenuous if not nonsensical dots.
a humorous, gentle, whimsical story about the journey of souls and a father and son's reconciliation. I watched it four times over the years, and each time find more humor and more wisdom in it. Perfect for this season.
tragi-comedy a la Indiana Jones...the villains need some motivation for their total evil-ness...otherwise great character acting...It's worth the price of admission just to enjoy Chris Pratt as Star Lord.
no blood, no gore, no tears--like the soldiers, the audience isn't emotionally involved in the lives of the soldiers...and you know Maj Cage is going to reboot once he buys it again, and again, and again...don't look for deep meaning here...just run along with a great plot, excellent stunt work and lots and lots of explosions...I brought my ear plugs.