John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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At the beginning, this movie seemed to me rather bland, slow. Also I was biased against the premise of transmigration of souls as a part of reincarnation. However, this was not an attempt to teach such a thing, but was a vehicle for the expression of wonderful thoughts and insights. However, I decided to stick with it and it then rolled me up inside it and I couldn't leave it. The screen writer for this must be a genius, it was told so well. The actors were superb. I was riveted. It was titillatingly funny, yet so deep into the roots of human heart and soul that I sobbed a bit. Wrung me out. Realized I might have missed some nuances (there are many) spread along the path of this great film, so I watched it again next day to see if I missed something, and to better understand the final scenes. I find a lot of movies so banal - this engaged my mind and heart, a great one-two punch, I think. Will buy this so I can watch it again whenever I want.