John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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One of the prices one has to pay for getting Eastwood as a director in the later years is his acting and directing in the early years. This movie is one of those sacrifices. Eastwood predictably quips, scowls, clenches his jaws and furrows his brow through yet another tired and stereotypical action piece. I am grateful for the time he has spent behind the camera for more worthy productions like Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and Sully. He's finally on the right track and staying on the right side of the camera.
While the emerging history of gun rights and control was interesting to watch and well done, the bias is clear via grossly exaggerated numbers of self-defense and barely-mentioned numbers of the body count. One message comes through loud and clear: Those who don't own guns are just too dumb to understand firearms, the Second Amendment or society.