John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Despite sometimes feeling imitative of Tarantino and Scorsese, P.T. Anderson delivers a robust work of complex storytelling set in the 1970s porn industry while also being completely self-aware-revealing the nihilism of its times and the narcissism of its protagonist-and never failing to entertain thanks to its acute sense of humor, smart script, excellent cinematography, and great performances.
While it is certainly longer than it needed to be, and the story comes secondary to the style (or experience rather), Mandy escalates to an insane phantasmagoric and psychedelic trip that will surely be remembered for Nicolas Cage's fierce performance, Jóhann Jóhannsonn's incredible score, and striking explosions of imagery, sound, and color.
A stylish, influential French cinema gem skillfully helmed by Jean-Jacques Beineix with an absorbing plot, if not entirely coherent, that also knows how to build tension and a ravishing cinematography.
Brilliantly acted and beautifully shot, Hostiles is an unflinching, brutal yet serene Western with stark, visceral violence; magnificent scenery; a stately pace; and an outstanding performance by Christian Bale whose character ventures on a short but immensely transformative journey.
An eerie horror classic with a disturbing ending and an insightful undertone of the effects of grief amid clever foreshadowing and shaky cinematography to evoke a sense of disorientation the main characters are facing.