John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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There's nothing much I can say about this movie; technically it's good, especially
cinematography, but I'm tired of this kind of movies, where from ordinary human problems a director creates a huge tragedy; a forgettable and immensely overrated movie.
Every time I watch this tragedy my eyes are in tears. To be frank, this is THE
movie about Titanic. I think I won't be mistaken much if I suppose that almost 90% of the shots in Cameron's version are borrowed from this movie. It's excellent, cold and heart-breaking.
This film is only watchable purely on the historical basis alone, the era alone is
fascinating enough to watch even long average movies which are based on it, even if they are full of lies.
An elegant comedy from the 50's albeit nothing in particular awesome about it. The cast is excellent, especially Lauren Baccal (Marilyn is implied, of course); there are some good and funny moments.
While I did like and enjoy the technical side and visual aesthetic of the film, I absolutely despise the rendering of the story, which is based on historical events. If you don't want to portray as historically accurate as possible the events when using actual events, then just write a completely fictional story with fictional characters and let them do whatever you like, otherwise you just exploit real events for your own agenda, which is not what art is about.