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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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It was mediocre at best. They did have some talent in front of the lens, but it goes without saying that it was an okay script and didn't add anything new to the Predator franchise. Some parts were good, with them being hunted and being on their guard. The characters were mediocre, effects were mediocre, delivery of lines was mediocre, and the Predators like before...are mediocre. It's completely forgettable except this one aspect to it. Where they all see Danny saying, 'Help me' only it's not him saying it, and the Japanese man swinging his sword at the Predator. Besides those two points, I don't think there's much else to brag about. Good for a watch, but you forget it instantly.
Was it long? Yes. Did it run out of steam? Yes. Was it enjoyable? I think so. It: Chapter Two told the final chapters and it was a good ride. It was funny, it was sort of scary, and mostly it was fun. But some of the stuff that goes into it, was subsided for the characters dilemma. One aspect that I didn't like is that three characters who died on camera, are not heard from again. That was one problem. The second problem is the main character of Stanley went out with a whimper, instead of the bang. But in all aspects of it, you felt exactly what either one of them was thinking at both older and younger. That aspect I liked a lot. It was a decent to great follow up, but some corners were halted because of it. It probably was over three hours long, but they trimmed up some stuff. They'll probably have a longer version of it in a matter of a year. But all in all, it was a good ride. (The part with Stephen King was a great nod to it).
Some of this movie was pretty well handled. And others, it leaves you scratching your head. Given that Rocky has been crowned king of the ring his manager's picking out who he wants to fight and he's aiming to retire. Midway point is where it gets good, of losing it all, to where at the beginning, you didn't exactly care for Rocky at all. When he gets beat up, it's really free for all. At the end, you feel he's accomplished his goals. They saw what worked in the original two and then told it with no finesse. All in all, it's pretty good. But it's a mixed bag.
Batman Begins was quite an exceptional movie. Even though it had so many story lines with it, it was quite an excellent movie. It tried to make us understand what it takes to become Batman and it doesn't let up. Mostly everything was right on point. Not really a bad point in this as it's comprehendingly excellent.
Trashy. Cult-status. Fun in a way. Mediocre writing. In a good, and not so good way. This more or less is what a B-movie is, and what a B movie does best. Kills are good. But at the end, he doesn't get what he deserves. Many people were outraged at this when it came out, and you wonder why. It's a fun B movie set at Christmas time and it is holy from the shenanigans that they tried to implement it today. I enjoyed it.