John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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This mini-alive is relatively interesting. Being myself a quï¿ 1/2 (C)bï¿ 1/2 (C)cois living in the Rockies, not far from the set btw, many bits did not feel real or possible. I do appreciate the efforts though. The love story did not get hot for me. It felt more like something broke for the two heroes than some glue stick them together. It's the doctor character that did not seem brilliant enough for a brain surgeon.
This happening before and during the wwII, Hiroshima is a near town, they delve into it from different point of view. The story is charming to the point of being idyllic before the war, and during the war before the bombings. The film deals well the bombings times and continues further in the future. Epic tale. Beautiful.
Here is something rare in the haunted/ghost/horror films: almost completely original storyline. Some sort of insanity of evil at work. Unpredictable ending.
Did not find it really funny because too forced. Some jokes still do work though. We come out of it smiling at least.
Very ambitious epic futuristic story that goes very far in the future. Even 2036, still the future. Credible with lots of decent effects. However, the whole timeline ressemble a lot the fall of the roman empire and the dark ages with warlords. Then we have a society that becomes advanced enough to overcome the small warlords, followed by a long period of peace. Then people become populists again, reject advances and science and war is about to restart. We have all this in a few years just listening to the news nowaday. This film is nice but too simplistic for our earth.