John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Enjoyable to watch once, but not extraordinary, like Steel Magnolias or even 9 to 5. Just merely pleasant and not really memorable.
I saw this flick a long time ago, but it was still good because the suspense held up well. Pretty nail-biting.
The last years of the great writer Oscar Wilde as his life falls apart after prison, very well acted and written with a wonderful performance by Rupert Everett.
It really gets me when you get into a good story and because the film doesn't make enough money, you don't get the rest of it! Personally I think there ought t be a law--you start a film series from a book series, and you have to make all of the books into movies! This happened with the very end of the Divergent series and then kept on happening tha one film alone gets made in many more--it stinks big time! It cheats the fans--do as Peter Jackson did with Lord of the Rings and make ALL OF THE MOVIES AT ONCE!
For those of us who remember living through the 9/11 attacks,. that this story can finally be told is a victory over terrorism in and of itself.