John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Never been a fan of Scorsese's heavy-handed film making. This one is more interesting than most, possibly because of the strong cast. The final scene with the camera drawback and over-the-top soundtrack was laughable, though not intentionally. Average fare.
As far as WWII treks across the Sahara, I'd prefer Humphrey Bogart's "Sahara" from some 15 years earlier. This one plods too much.
Intelligent and interesting, seeing as it is a true story. But the pacing could have been tighter and some of the fat trimmed off. Oh, and Boyd is excellent as the Nazi spy.
Despite a somewhat cheesy monster (just somewhat, as some angles aren't too bad), this English horror film is riveting. Atmospheric and noir-ish, Dana Andrews is a hardened skeptic of the occult until he's too frightened by the weird happenings to deny it any longer. The suspense is palpable.
Lots of good performances and direction. And if anyone ever had any doubt, Palance proves here that he was a first-rate actor. My only real complaint is the finale in the cellar was over the top and drawn out.