John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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A dramatized gangster comedy about a sociopath and his friend pulling heists and con jobs during the prohibition era. Interesting shot direction and Cagney's performance from the gods which manages to both be intimidating and charming. This is a movie worth buying and watching once a year.
A semi unfaithful adaption that fails to understand the darker more interesting elements of the comic/manga while not offering much with the changes it does bring, often replacing cast members outright and turbo blasting through cut sections that could've been interesting to see adapted to film. Despite the generally good acting, bad engrishy lines lifted directly from the source still managed to stay. This is a rental at best. Hard pass in the theater.
A haunting eerie experience with a lot of subtlety and not a lot of dialogue. A lot of things in this movie are taken in with subtext. Worth watching and thinking about after. While the twist fell flat the overall experience feels consistent and enjoyable with a looming sense of dread and isolation.
An outdated style over substance romp from the 80's with bad acting and hokey visual effects. This movie has expired. An unusual and unfaithful take for both audiences and the fans with extremely adult overtones and a boring story. Bad pop music and a general sense of dread don't mix. Despite all of this it's worth watching as a pop culture milestone and a generally good performance form the joker. If you want a real batman movie I would give it a hard pass.