John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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This is one of my favorite movies. It never gets old and never fails to make me laugh. Sandra Bullock's performance is hilarious. I quote it frequently. It's movie comfort food.
This is a nice surprise. It is a bit quirky, but I find the story charming and the characters endearing. It is delightful. The only thing I don't like is its unflattering and stereotypical depiction if librarians. The rest is great, so this can be forgiven.
This movie deals with some dark themes like domestic abuse, but it has charm and quirk that make it rather enjoyable. In the end, it is about a woman finding the strength to assert her independence.
A fascinating documentary about women who have defied the Catholic Church teaching that women cannot be priests and have become ordained with the help of some open minded male priests and bishops. It also explores church history surrounding this movement.
I liked it overall. The story is engaging and the performances are great, especially young Freddie Highmore. However, I do not like how historically inaccurate it is. Also, Im in agreement with J.M. Barries wife, Mary, that he kind of abandons her for some other woman and her children. Id be pretty upset if I were her.