John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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I love Melissa McCarthy as Abby.
I adore all the female actresses.
The movie is one-of-a-kind.
All the women are funny.
(you can't go wrong with that)
I want to give orgasms to Melissa McCarthy.
(while she tries to tell me that ghosts are real)
This is such a wonderful lesbian movie, and it is nice to watch one that shows a completely different culture and environment. It does deal with coming out, but this isn't a teenager, this is an adult woman with a great job, her life together, and then in comes her 48 year old mother, who just-so-happens to be knocked up, and has to move in with her closeted gay daughter. After the mother moves in, it's a slow build up to a whirlwind of gay drama, who's the baby daddy, coming out, and true love. Seriously, this movie has it all and really should be watched by every lesbian possible.
Side Note: no one is going to like the grandpa though, so just be prepared to hate him, and for a little bit be angry with the knocked up mom. But fear not, this move has a HEA (happily ever after) for everyone.
It revolves ALOT around politics and religion, so if you have a hard time with either one, don't watch. However, if you are a lesbian, I recommend watching it simply for the fact that it is a lesbian musical with a HEA (happily ever after).
Fair WARNING though, there is a conversion therapy moment, that even has it's own dance/song, but it is light and fun, and not very long, and when our protagonist wants to leave, she simply does, with no back lash.
This movie does hit a few hard points, but approaches them with dance and music to get it's point across, and therefore never becomes dark. The acting is good, chemistry between our main leads was bubbly and darling to watch bloom, and the music-was pretty damn good. I don't like religion or politics, and sense that's what the movie and music revolved around, it lost 2 stars, but it is still a cute movie to watch with a significisnt other for date nights.
My second least favorite of all the movies, but o.m.g. ladies, the fucking wedding, and the dress! Made tears well up in my eyes and--
when Jacob cries in that one scene, I cried with him. (even though I had read the books yrs. ago and knew what was going to happen.) Great acting on Lautner's end, seriously, with more acting practice, he could potentially go places.
Bella was gorgeous, Edward was-Edward, Rosalie deserved better then the crazed attitude she was given, personally book her was a little better, but not by much....where was I? Oh yes! I'm a lesbian in love with Bella and all these movies are simply great because Kristen Stewart is a grand actress who played blasé baby Bella to a 'T' yet somehow that means she is a terrible actress, which is false and I will cry if you say otherwise!
Oh I loved the ending! Bawled my eyes out, and the philosophy behind it was rather enchanting. The story was great, camera work was pretty good as well, but what really grabs your attention is the acting, which I thought was top notch, and the make-up! Seriously, I thought that we would get only glimpses here and there of their demonic sides, but the majority of the movie is all the actors in full body make-up, and the acting was never stilted while in their other "skin".
All in all, if you want something that will make you feel (human), and ponder, watch this.