John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Adequate outing with a welcome return of Rodan. A nice touch that the underlying story was about Japan trying to protect the rightful heir of another Asian nation.
A gem of it's time, which could easily be remade today.
Society-savvy gal manages to become a war widow & mother, but without the guiding influence of her farm-raised hubby she soon goes astray - and pays personal penalties.
Yes there are things more evil that Nazis, but hiding within them is genius. This film should really be remade - it might just sweep the awards.
An odd war film, which should probably be watched a second time (months later) to fully appreciate it. When is enough, enough - or too much? This film set during WWI but was made during the Vietnam conflict, I didn't think PTSD/shell-shock was recognized at that time as much as this film intimates. How do we define justice whether in civilian or military venues?
While not a masterpiece, this Super Comic Riot is fun anticipating how many ways the 4th wall crumbles. Then there's Morena - it's all about Morena and her bouncy/flouncy tatoos.
Though the "baddest guy on the block" was a welcome surprise... be careful what you wish for.