John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Halloween III is not a bad movie per se, as it parodies cliches and has fun with its plot's silliness, but it ultimately can't be called good because of its poor building of atmosphere, timing of scares, and anticlimactic moments throughout.
There's so much to love here: the bombastic performance of Steiger, the film's bitterly cynical view of business, and for just being a plain savage movie which kind of just tells us like it is.
This is perhaps the most frightening film ever made: mercilessly scary, very disturbing, and filled with jump scares unrivaled even today.
Here we have a masterpiece of characterization. The film belongs not to Chandler, not even to Altman, but to Brackett, the screenwriter, and the amazing characters she created and the actors who play them. Just watch how each character has a special personality. How actors aren't used just as models or vehicles, but as distinct human beings.
Female Trouble is a very funny, occasionally shocking movie that is elevated by Divine's performance and Waters's endlessly quirky script.