Brittany Runs a Marathon
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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saw this when i was 7. it was the first time i'd ever seen people yakking in movies. it didn't make a whole lotta sense to me at the time but i never forgot it.
what a crappy ending to a great show. it was nice to see old faces from previous seasons but the writing was just shabby. even andre braugher couldn't save it.
a few funny moments, not as original as kids.
typical kim ki duk cast and "outsider" themed story. the bi-racial identity conflict [which looked extremely fake] and the one eyed girl were memorable elements. the scene where the dog catcher met his demise epitomizes kkd's knack for irony.
really liked chris palmer's integration of origami with light sculpture. kudos to Gould on winning a peabody.
fascinating character studies of urban derelicts. very entertaining.
the last chapter was hilarious but overall this was quite a disappointment. especially considering the caliber of the 3 directors.
a lot of his memories involved hand grenades.. but his life is a surprisingly uplifting story.
damn, what a long movie. it maintained a solid pace though and was entertaining from beginning to end. miklo is cold blooded.
sad, beautiful and truly insightful. worth watching even if you think avant/free jazz is just ridiculous noise. Ayler's dedication to his vision of new expression is eerily manic but so pure and persuasive. completely inimitable and raw, r.i.p. Albert.
the cell decorations were beautiful. Park played the psycho, bored wife role all too well. the scene-flipping between the snowman family and the conjugal visit was very demented.
kim ki-duk has always been hit & miss for me and this was a miss. the pitfalls of beauty and unwanted admirers aren't concepts i relate to. the final scene in the morgue was disturbing.
the minimal dialogue was nice. the overtones of loneliness and masochistic deprivation were pretty standard japanese fare.
innocent aerobics instructor becomes possessed by the soul of an evil ninja. pure class.
the trailer is a straight up infomercial. "HUGE PROFITS HEADED YOUR WAY!" ala ron popeil himself. the movie sucked, i wouldn't pay $89.99 even for the laserdisc and standee.
i was a believer until the levitation scene. gimmicky and ultimately quite terrible.
props to Bigelow. there's nothing particularly fetching about the story or visual experience but it was thoroughly enjoyable.