John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Seen this movie countless times. It's definitely a guilty pleasure. This was the best one in the series.
A stunning doc about the consequences of Laquan McDonald being murdered by a Chicago "cop". Do not watch this for any insight into the victim Mr. McDonald - there's hardly anything about him. The doc instead focuses on the many cover-ups by other officers, detectives, Chicago PD, the mayor's office, etc. It focuses on the subsequent community reaction to these events, sparked due to the fortunate release of the officer's body cam footage. It focuses on the trial of the murderer JASON VAN DYKE. The doc could've done a much better job of showing us who Mr. McDonald was, and same goes for the murderer JASON VAN DYKE. But the doc should still be commended for sharing this story which I had never heard of before watching the doc. ALL TRUE CRIME FANS AND SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS NEED TO WATCH THIS DOC. The consequences shown at the end are both amazing and appalling.
A really good look into the Oklahoma City bombing and the actions of Timothy McVeigh. I'm glad they didn't just make him out to be a psycho who committed a random act of violence. That would be the furthest thing from the truth. The federal agencies had totally and completely screwed up both the Ruby Ridge incident and the Waco burning. There is more than enough documentation that supports that assertion. McVeigh who was a staunch defender of the little guy who gets picked on by a bully, and clearly the FBI was a bully in both cases. Unfortunately he chose to get his revenge in that manner. I think in his mind, it was the only way to get the government's and the public's attention.
What a pleasant surprise! I really enjoyed this movie, especially the ending. It was evident that there would be a big ending, but I didn't have a clue that it would end like that. Take note that I'm a big fan of hoodoo movies, so take that into account re the rating. It's not the scariest movie, but it does have a couple scenes which surprise you and give you chills. The best part of the movie is the atmosphere/cinematography. They could've done a better job with the casting, by getting actors that represented the south more. But in the end it's a really good movie that imo is more thriller than horror.
It's a propaganda piece that's aiming to get you thinking about Sunny as a Bollywood actress vs the mega porn star. It focuses on her marriage and monogamy and the acceptance she has received from the country of India.