Brittany Runs a Marathon
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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THE MEG SERVES AS A THOROUGHLY UNDEMANDING ENTERTAINMENT, wasting some compelling elements to boot in order to play it safe.
TRUE HORROR MASTERFULLY IN DISPLAY HERE.
UPGRADE'S RICH STYLE AND RATHER FASCINATING CONCEPT MAKES IT DEFINETLY WORTH A WATCH, HOWEVER, IT'S FINAL IMPACT WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE POWERFUL WITH AN ENHANCED CHARATER DEVELOPMENT.
THIS SEQUEL IS STILL FUNNY AND SUBVERSIVE ENOUGH TO BE ENTERTAINING, HOWEVER, IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO IGNORE THAT THE MOVIE HAS NO CONSISTENT STRUCTURE OR TONE THIS TIME AROUND.
all the visual splendor is quite an experience, and it's also narratively compelling, although it only reaches the surface on the potential character impact.
Theron shines in this powerful and deeply affecting depiction of the challenges of parenthood.
The epic finale of the beloved wizardry franchise is resonant all around, being both a satisfying conclusion and a great piece of cinematic experience.
there are glitters of inventiveness and potential throughout, although it overall doesn't quite mesh very well in this appealing yet inconsistent start of a franchise.