John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Is there a better director of dynamic and exciting genre films than Kim Jee-woon working today? I don't think so. Kim is an incredibly versatile filmmaker, as well as being highly confident in his own ability and the ability of his actors. The only slight reduction that I could give the film is for the editing; shots sometimes don't rest as long as they should. But that is a minor quibble.
A perfectly fine historical drama.
It's nothing extraordinary, but it is effective, as simple as it may be. Max Landis and David Ayer built an interesting world here.
A simple and elegant feel-good story about friendship, the magnetic pull of cinema, and boyhood. Like much of Italy's great cinema, there is a robust quality to the film; it carries its weight with lightness and ease. It's a joyous film that revels in the heights and the depths (but mostly the heights) of the human experience, and the reason why movies seem to have become a permanent part of it.