John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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Jakob Dylan is a DULL presenter, and dragging covers of songs into his limited range tends to dull them, as well. The most interesting person in this doc was Michelle Phillips, who gave background on song meanings and studio dynamics. This is the soundtrack of my childhood and it wasn't terribly enlightening.
Love Taron Egerton, Elton John is part of the soundtrack of my life (like him or not), and the trailer promised a lot... AND THE FILM DELIVERS! I'm not an Elton purist and don't care about "accuracy." This was a wonderful cinematic escape with a brilliant cast and irresistible rhythm.
Oooh... edgy! I was so looking forward to these performers bring power in understated ways. This was actually soporific (sleep inducing). I loved moments in the film, but only about 20 minutes worth. This is a story I don't care about, that the film didn't entice me to care about, and a running mill of characters who walk on, walk off, and don't matter in the grand scheme.
I am not a horror movie fan, but this tale has a very familiar story: a rural couple rescue a baby from a spaceship that wrecked on their farm. As he grows, it turns out he has super powers. This time, however, the child is thin-skinned and easily offended, and uses his superpowers to maximize tantrums and exact revenge. It's an intriguing twist!
I like both Hathaway and Wilson, but there aren't detectable characters for them to portray. Wilson plays an aggregate of every loud, garish, bungling character she's portrayed before. I liked her in ISN'T IT ROMANTIC, because she had a character to create, and did a great job.
Hathaway's "character" is s s strand of one-liners strung on a thin filament of smirks and eye-rolls.