John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Considering the age and the concept, this is actually quite good. The would work better today as this plot device would suit the standard horror filmmaking of Blumhouse for example. It's a brutal film to watch and is only undone by the slow character focused beginning. Not without flaws, this is a solid cult film that you should seek out if you enjoy films of this genre. 16/05/2019
It is a tough task of balancing black humour and a coherent plot line. Hot Fuzz successfully balanced this blend, but Game Over, Man! cannot stop a one joke premise from feeling too much. Great central characters and playful banter, I was on board for the humour and cameos. What let the film down was the excessive plot device and one liners that don't come off. This was an interesting choice for the creators and I only hope they bounce back with something else. 19/05/2019
Caught this over the weekend and I have to say this franchise is growing into one of my favourites. The world building continues and we are now at the point where a violent number 4 is evitable. Strong action scenes and a welcome addition of Berry thrown into the mix. Gritty and stylish, this franchise is open for more chapters and Reeves has finally found a character worthy of his presence. Good sequel. 18/05/2019
Neil Jordan created a slow burning drama film that the trailer paints as a thriller. The film is amazing to watch and only the overbearing plot grinds a little too much. Great acting and a film that is worthy of more attention. Jordan is an expert at these slow burning plots and it's a shame it didn't become his niche I the market. 11/05/2019
They don't make films like this anymore and that's the true shame here. This is a long sweeping movie with character and heart. Redford shadows the leading role, quite like he did with Out of Africa with Streep. I was surprised how carefully this film was constructed and it disappoints me that films of this genre are falling away from cinema. Beautiful DOP work and Redford behind the camera are amazing to watch. Great cast and storyline that doesn't drag, considering the running time. 04/05/2019