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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

2019
Suspense/Thriller, Crime
2h 10m
Super-Assassin John Wick is on the run after killing a member of the international assassin's guild, and with a $14 million price tag on his head - he is the target of hit men and women everywhere. (imdb)
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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

2019
Suspense/Thriller, Crime
2h 10m
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Rated 31 May 2019
80
88th
During the 5th action sequence, after John Wick has killed the 4th henchman and picked up his FDE Glock 34, he kills 6 more guys before tossing it in exchange for a TTI STI 2011 Combat Master. But get this: he puts 3 bullets in the 1st guy, 2 in the 2nd, 4 in the 3rd, 3 more in the 4th, 2 in the 5th and a scene stopping 5 in the 6th. Did you do the math? That's 19 bullets. Given that it's a 17 round clip and giving the chamber one, this gun magically fired an unloaded bullet. HOW EMBARRASING!
Rated 17 May 2019
90
92nd
It just isn’t a Middle East segment without rampant genital mutilation. Every single storefront is a front for a secret society. This was 2 hours of everyone tripping over themselves trying to suck John Wick’s *to be continued*
Rated 25 May 2019
70
48th
I feel a tiring congruence of admiration & disappointment towards this saga. Superbly consistent in its ambition of pure physical spectacle (not-so-subtle references to Buster Keaton, Dante, ballet & martial arts cinema) yet stubborn in its refusal to go anywhere with story & character. Parabellum constitutes a bizarrely singular metatext. Its internal logic & cast of characters all align as anti-hero & John Wick fanboy, compelling him to rise again & again to perpetuate eternal shootpunching.
Rated 15 May 2019
75
80th
Stupidity and grace. Basically videogame script with three main action sections -- knikes/swords, Halle Berry and dogs and the final at Continental management room, which is basically a contemporary art site. It might look repetitive, but it's always beautiful to look at. The fact that JW has to sacrifice his finger and freedom to serve the High Table only to betray them to protect the Continental and then be betrayed by Winston doesn't make much sense unless to provide a sequel. And I want it.
Rated 20 Jan 2020
69
51st
The third outing still delivers the same well-shot (pun unintended) action, but I can't help but chuckle once again at how serious the movie takes its worldbuilding and everything happening does feel like a case of diminishing returns. Though I did appreciate the 2-player co-op mode around the halfway point. Could it be that there's a limit to the entertainment value of seeing people get shot in the face? ...No, wait, of course not, what the hell was I thinking.
Rated 13 Mar 2020
72
41st
Sure, John Wick kills guys, and it's cool. But in the three years since the first installment, Keanu is starting to look a little worse for the wear. What I loved about the first one, the gun-fu, has gone a little stale, and what I loved about the second, the world building, has slowed in this installment. If a fourth comes to fruition and they play heavy into the assassin's guild mythos, the series could easily recover, but we'll see.
Rated 18 May 2019
80
77th
The first act is absolutely flawless. I wanted it to open with John still on foot with his dog, scrounging for his best odds in his 1 hour head start and I got exactly what I wanted. The motivations weaken from the second act on to the finale but the action remains in top form. I think the book fight was a cheeky FU to Bourne, fitting given how Bourne launched shaky cam+quick cuts into popularity and John Wick was a return to clean visuals.
Rated 09 Nov 2019
88
57th
Heaps of fun! As others have pointed out, the stunt coordinators and director are having a blast coming up with new fighting methods to keep the audience attached to the screen, and it works considerably well. There was one scene that got a little repetitive to me, but the rest are all great. Reeves turns in another solid performance as the lead and Halle Berry actually impressed me with her limited screen time. As long as these continue to be so well made, I'll keep watching them!
Rated 17 May 2019
86
94th
An incredible ballet of violence. Halle Berry is great.
Rated 17 May 2019
84
71st
No other films devote themselves so fully to coming up with new & interesting ways to stage fight sequences (& they need to since it still becomes numbing at times). They take a huge leap ahead of their peers here by throwing in attack dogs, armor & staging sequences on motorcycle & horseback. The only negatives are that although these are often thrilling, the only truly suspenseful moment is when Wick has to make a choice. It also doesn't help that the film leaves him where he started.
Rated 17 May 2019
95
90th
An amazing symphony of violence and fun. Continues to build on the story and world from John Wick 2, in interesting ways that make me crave for more world building. Every scene feels different enough that you don't become desentized to the violence. The first 20 minutes are 100/100 perfect display. A sight to behold.
Rated 18 May 2019
75
75th
Storywise maybe the weakest chapter of the trilogy, but the set-pieces, action choreographies, sound mixing are all top-notch, technically Parabellum is just unparalleled.. :)
Rated 29 May 2019
79
70th
The conceit may be wearing down to the tread - the original 'My name is John Wick. You killed my dog and stole my car. Prepare to Die' is now, pretty much, 'Eh? I wanna live I guess?' which (although admirable) only gets us so far. If anything this will go down in the annals of film history as having some of the best stunt work and fight choreography to ever set off a squib.
Rated 24 Jul 2019
80
84th
The John Wick murder-thon continues with no signs of slowing down to catch its breath. Like every film in this series, the story is nothing special, but it absolutely excels in the action department. Long, continuous takes of well choreographed fighting executed by competent martial artists, with nary a rapid edit to be seen. Add in several high profile cameos and several nods to classic action and western films, and you're left with a winner. The bar has been set very high for Chapter 4.
Rated 18 May 2019
95
97th
I'm just going to go ahead and rate this the same as the others (90 but could be a 95) because to be honest I can't tell the difference. That's not a criticism because the action is so inventive and exciting. This is just an awesome action franchise. There were some really expertly done scenes here outside of just the choreography as well, so that was nice.
Rated 02 Jun 2019
80
77th
with so much action and not much story or character drive, the length begins to be felt in the last act. It's not even a terribly long movie, but I was very ready for it to end during the last battle. But, I know that the variety and ferocity of the action is gonna keep me coming back. It's another thrill ride, and even 3 movies in it's not content to rehash or idle its way through. Stahelski continues to innovate and break the staleness of action blockbusters
Rated 07 Jan 2020
75
72nd
More zany fun and a ridiculous bodycount; pleased to see that the quality established in the earlier offerings has been maintained. This perhaps suffers a bit from repetitiveness, and I'm not sure that the further exposure to the quasi-corporate structure of the assassin world was wholly successful, but Reeves is so likeable, and the violence is so well choreographed it is quite easy to overlook its shortcomings. A riot.
Rated 24 May 2019
90
87th
What's really dazzling is the sheer amount of creativity on display in the many fight scenes. There's a fight with a library book. There's a fight with an incredible number of knives. John Wick uses a horse as a weapon. Halle Berry uses dogs as weapons. People fight with samurai swords while riding motorcycles. I love this movie.
Rated 27 May 2019
55
45th
if it's about anything, it's about obligations we have to each other outweighing structurally opposed morality. it's probably just about a guy killing people with belts and horses, though. I was somewhat exhausted by the end and don't have much interest in seeing another. it's a shame, because the subtextual world-building (assassinations are ever-present and accepted in a world built upon killing) is morbidly fascinating
Rated 16 Sep 2019
45
34th
Everybody involved seems to have worked as hard as possible to make this the best expression of the lights and sounds of bodies (with weapons and/or vehicles) moving through time and space that they can, though without sequences as memorable as those in the previous episode: it's very hard for extended gun battles not to become dull, eventually. The ironic exploration of a hidden world of controlling powers operating with unstoppable violence but according to strict rules continues to unfold.
Rated 13 May 2019
60
51st
Don't get me wrong - this movie is beautifully shot and edited. I also crave for more old-school action movies like this. But all the creativeness are used up in the film's awesome first 20-30 minutes. After that the plot turns into nonsense, and seems to destroy the wonderful world building from the first two film. I could also do without Halle Berry. Still entertaining throughout though a bit too long.
Rated 19 May 2019
80
70th
Heyyy, now we know what Parabellum stands for! Visually-speaking I think this is the prettiest of these movies, with the most inspired set pieces and scenes. While this probably isn't a franchise that needs to keep going story-wise, I will always be excited to return to the John Wick universe, because it feels like slipping into a warm cup of your favorite tea -- you've been drinking it for years, you know almost exactly what you're going to get, and it's consistently good every single time.
Rated 20 May 2019
80
79th
Loud, brash, and violent - and delightfully so, ramping up the B-movie silliness of Chapter 2. Its pace is almost literally breakneck. Relies a bit too heavily on its predecessor to stand alone, but within it each separate, creatively staged action scene is singularly engaging.
Rated 25 May 2019
55
32nd
I see the meta textual awareness and the self-reflexive show that unfolds not to unfold, but I cannot stop asking myself what is the good of doing this. Such a reflexive-ironic attitude is what Tarantino has in his neo-B-movies as well, but do we really need such irony and confession (sin of being a "bad" movie)? Does such a gesture make B-movies less miserable and worthier? I doubt it is so. And it is exactly the feeling I have here. Though the descent from NYC to desert from 100 to 0 was cool.
Rated 27 May 2019
70
49th
Tends to lose a little of the gravitas of the narrative relative to its predecessors; the big bad martial arts nemesis doesn't have a lot of depth, and the entire assassin's cabal loses some of its shine as it becomes more articulated. Still, the action is supreme, and I love the dreamlike setpieces they're set against.
Rated 27 May 2019
76
85th
This movie is similar to the last two films boasting great action but a boring, uninteresting plot. To its credit, this film has a broader variety of personalities and comes up with a lot of cool gimmicks for fights, especially in the first 30 minutes. On the other hand, the Casablanca fight was pretty boring and underwhelming, there were too many moments where John escapes death through contrived bullshit, and I wasn't too big on the sequel hook at the end. Solid movie, but could be better.
Rated 29 May 2019
65
68th
it's good, but it's more of a step back from the second one, mainly because of the lack of memorable bad guys (common and ruby rose were something else) and the fact that the movie goes a bit too deep into the high council mythology. it has some pacing issues towards the middle, but all in all, it's a movie in which keanu kills a guy with a horse kick, so i'd say it's still pretty good.
Rated 29 May 2019
4
52nd
Got headshot fatigue by the end but it's a really fun movie. Why was Mantzoukas on one of the posters when he was in the movie for two minutes.
Rated 03 Jun 2019
75
49th
Each time John Wick thinks he is out, they keep pulling him back in! This chapter is different as The Quest to and back from darkness is expanded--to include not just a culture/city, but also an entire world of people who can get shot in the face. The flick loses steam by not fully mining the sense of grief and loss. There's also some groan worthy writerly touches involving heroic sacrifice and the final scene. Still, the opening action sequence is inspired, as is the flick's sense of humor.
Rated 07 Jun 2019
6
35th
Contemporary cinema hasn't thrilled me for quite a while now, and as expected, this overlong stunt show mostly bored the living shit out of me. But, good God, those dogs are the most adorable, awesome pets ever and I seriously want a pit bull now.
Rated 17 Sep 2019
60
44th
A lot of fun, but sometimes felt a little repetitive, and sometimes a little cheap with an almost immortal hero. The faithful reliance on action at every turn is a good thing, but that makes it a film for that sort of mood. Gun-fu and axes into skulls.
Rated 15 May 2019
8
85th
I got to see a live-action reenactment of the [redacted] scene from FF7; my life is complete.
Rated 19 May 2019
77
88th
very good movie
Rated 19 May 2019
5
40th
Not a fan of the sound design, 'loud' isn't a style. Unfortunately this fails where the last two managed to succeed in carrying a story through a technical action movie. This is more like 3-4 action scenes with some confusing interactions in-between. Wasted Halle Barry, and cringy dog scenes with sets that look like an AKC obstacle course, just to have someone flail around with a gun while getting bitten in the crotch. Twice. Not quite the emotional experience delivered by punting the puppy in 1
Rated 20 May 2019
50
33rd
The first 20 minutes I was really hooked into the movie. Some of the very best Action sequences are in there and it made sense with the story. Unfortunately, things really slow down and we get loads of boring plot stuff that drags and new characters which suck. The acting was shaky and I found the movie unintentionally funny. If the Action is amazing then that's all that matters right? John Wick 3 delivers there. The shots are done nicely, the music is good, but the action got too repetitive.
Rated 20 May 2019
83
72nd
Delivers far more development for Wick's character than Ch. 2 did, and continues to develop this really interesting, stylized world of assassins. I admire the movie for going to such lengths to make it feel so consistent and cohesive; this overarching story takes place over a few weeks instead of having years-long gaps. Some scenes are too drawn out and Zero is a pretty inconsistent character, but the choreography and story keeps getting better, and I'm pumped to see the next chapter!
Rated 21 May 2019
80
81st
best of the series, joy to watch the fighting.
Rated 23 May 2019
83
67th
I admit I was getting some murder fatigue by the end but this is still another excellent addition to the franchise full of awesome kills and fun new characters and that opens up the world in exciting new ways. I’m fully down for what comes next.
Rated 24 May 2019
86
62nd
It feels like this franchise has finally crystallized for me. With Wick now desperate to live and the stakes now raised well beyond anything we've seen him survive, I was on board with this quickly. And it's still funny-awesome when Reeves pulls off the near-schlock kickassery he's so deft at in this film. It's still funny watching him incapacitate a baddie, reload right in front of them, then shoot them in the head. The action has never been better, either, even if it gets tiresome by the end.
Rated 31 May 2019
67
42nd
Getting to the point where it's getting a little too self aware and stuff like that isn't my thing. Not as visually dazzling as the first two entries to the series but the sound design is great. Was a little overwhelming at time with all the noise tho
Rated 25 Jun 2019
5
91st
Expands the scope of John Wick's bizarre hitman universe while yet again raising the bar for creativity in action choreography, staging and cinematography. And so ballsy it IMMEDIATELY lets you know there'll be a fourth film. The knife fight early on is the greatest accomplishment in choreographed comedy since the days of Buster Keaton. Eat your heart out, Jackie Chan.
Rated 17 Jul 2019
38
23rd
Another practically plotless high-speed dance routine involving the eponymous invincible protagonist, and it's once again superficially pretty but thoroughly hostile to any attempt at suspension of disbelief. This one is even more insistent that the body pile be filled with ethnic stereotypes. The fights involve dogs, horses and motorcycles.
Rated 01 Oct 2019
85
85th
If I saw this at 15, I'd have a John Wick tattoo, probably.
Rated 12 Dec 2019
2
17th
with its willingness to get fucking ridiculous and a gleeful emphasis on the processes and tactility of combat it may be a series peak for pure action, but it matches neither the eyepopping idea-driven visuals of 2 nor the worldbuilding and emotional stakes of 1. of the new characters only berry makes the jump from menacing/quirky presence to compelling person, and most of the lore worked a lot better when it was lurking in the background (e.g. the elder is super underwhelming).
Rated 18 May 2019
84
77th
This movie gave me tinnitus.
Rated 18 May 2019
75
75th
John Wick: Chapter 3 - A Dog's Journey
Rated 21 May 2019
65
64th
The action sequences are beautifully choreographed and devilishly clever, as good as the series has made it thus far. The in between, however, is convoluted, sloppy, nonsensical, and borderline pointless. The first twenty minutes are as good as any action movie gets. Unfortunately there's still two hours after that. Still, a fine entry in the series. I just wish there was more excommunicado, less parabellum.
Rated 22 May 2019
69
49th
Parabellum is tricky. The most fascinating thing about it is how far it goes to develop and uncover new things about John's character. The story feels ever-so-strained and convoluted while doing so, and it succumbs more often to its self-indulgent tendencies. All the same, one can't fault it for consistency and fans of the previous films' stylish violence will find a helluva lot to enjoy in this one.
Rated 23 May 2019
67
61st
It has even more arbitrary nonsense than the previous ones, getting all the closer to a cartoon. However, it improves on the second one by making sure that the fight scenes are different from each other.
Rated 23 May 2019
82
70th
This threequel shows a clear progression in this emotionally wounded character -- he no longer just shoots enemies in the head, he now also shoots them in the nuts. The principles of the organization he operates in is elaborated even more, building up a lore of 'action' and 'consequence' -- the action is indeed riveting and exciting to behold, and the consequence is also enjoyable.
Rated 26 May 2019
76
55th
This is another exciting chapter in the series. The cast all do a good job here. The script has lots of action and interesting scenes. Overall I would recommend this film.
Rated 27 May 2019
80
78th
The best of the three so far in many ways (although I somewhat miss the simplicity of the first). Arguably the best fighting choreography I've seen since the Raid movies. It's relentless and inventive. The absurdity of the plot is fine, but I can't say I don't have reservations about sequel(s) going completely off the rails.
Rated 28 May 2019
88
36th
Though an enjoyable and somewhat exhausting action film, I did have some criticisms. The formula of a higher body count, more graphic violence and even more action sequences does not make for a better movie. There was little time for dialogue or plot/character development in this one. As it seems there will be more, I would have preferred a trilogy that was more in line with the first movie. Regardless, Reeves was excellent as usual.
Rated 10 Jun 2019
90
78th
Bald Master and their "students" were lethal AF until they fight against JW. The last sword fight was weak, everytime Bald Master could cut or nail with the sword, he choose to punch or kick instead. Besides that. The movie was pretty amazing.
Rated 11 Jun 2019
95
85th
(slight spoiler) It really does keep ramping up the entertainment from the last two movies. There are so many amazing scenes in this, I can't wait to watch this again! I was cringe laughing at how brutal some of the action was. Its such a refreshing take at the action genre. full focus on certain scenes with no camera shaking. I love this series. There are more to come and I couldn't be happier!
Rated 15 Jun 2019
7
84th
I think there’s undeniably slight diminishing returns over time with the John Wick series (for context I gave the first film a 9 and the second an 8) - but that isn’t to say I didn’t have a fun time with the action shoot ‘em up kung fu fighting knife-throwing goodness. Still a totally justified theatrical viewing. Mark Dacascos was great as the villain. Sequel hook was not nearly as compelling as the end of Chapter 2 though.
Rated 16 Aug 2019
75
61st
It seems that there'll be one too many John Wick films.
Rated 21 Aug 2019
54
20th
John Wick: unnecessary back-and-forth (and unnecessarily long, too)
Rated 04 Sep 2019
72
17th
I came for the action scenes, not the John Wick Expanded Universe of Silly Underground Assassin Societies That Love Dictionary-Length Honor Codes. It's only good world-building if it's any good.
Rated 15 Sep 2019
67
57th
Not as strong as the first, but its still a lot of fun to watch the really nice gunplay and stuntwork.
Rated 19 Sep 2019
62
56th
Admittedly it peaks very early with the library book mouth smash, but the ridiculous world of Mr Wick remains good fun throughout.
Rated 29 Sep 2019
58
42nd
Diminishing returns have begun to set in, which is expected of films consisting of a series of well choreographed action scenes tied together by threadbare narratives.The attempts at expanding the plot are half arsed, the colour scheme (green, yellow and orange) is less distinctive and bold than 2, the villains are forgettable, and the Morroccan sequence drags. The Game of Death/Raid style section is worth the price of admission for action buffs though, and Reeves is always dependable (as Wick).
Rated 30 Sep 2019
85
47th
Fuckin lit
Rated 25 Oct 2019
70
56th
I was scared it would get boring the third time, then came the horse-scene to prove me wrong. Very pleased with the Casablanca dog fighting segment. Great homage to John Woo and Jackie Chan heroic bloodshed movies at te end.
Rated 24 Nov 2019
68
69th
Honestly I was a little bored with this and found most of the new characters either boring or annoying. The first film was awesome, the second was over the top this one was bordering on ridiculous. Keanu Reeves did well but seemed slow and you could tell some of his opponents had to really hold back on their true abilities. Hopefully the fourth film will be the last before they completely run this franchise into the ground.
Rated 02 Jan 2020
84
80th
My score went up on second viewing. I still think it's the weakest story wise, and I do wish they wouldn't have used the green flashing lights in the hotel scene, but other than that, the action is incredible, and they do a good job expanding the universe as well. I'm excited to see more!
Rated 14 Mar 2020
65
50th
Still loads and loads of fun, but honestly, it's starting to wear... not thin, but just a little stretched. At some point this revenge thriller turned into just an extended fight scene, which it still does brilliantly and with a great sense of humour, but there's no real new motivation for it.
Rated 28 Mar 2020
70
67th
A series of well-executed action set-pieces strung together by the bare minimum of a plot. So, like the two previous ones, fun but by now a bit repetitive.
Rated 15 May 2019
8
75th
8+, Perdede, İstinye Park, II- Levent Metrocity III- Kanyon
Rated 17 May 2019
70
46th
better than 2, worse than 1
Rated 17 May 2019
55
30th
hala nadir kalburüstü aksiyon filmlerinden biri olabilir ama 2'den sonra hayal kırıklığı. yaratıcı aksiyon sahneleri hem nicelik hem nitelik olarak 1-2 sonrası beklentiyi karşılayamıyor ve kimi düz bitse-de-gitsek aksiyon sahnelerinin hayli özensiz çekilmiş olması bu problemi daha da gün yüzüne çıkartıyor. mitolojisine yüklenmesi iyi, yeterince ekran süresi olmayan berry ve huston harika. dördüncüsünü istemek bir yana "arkası sonra" halleri kalitesizleştiriyor.
Rated 18 May 2019
85
83rd
Müthiş geniş çekim ve uzun uzun kesimleriyle özlediğimiz aksiyon pornosu. Keanu hakkını vermiş. Hikayeye çok da takılmadan aksiyona doyacağınız müthiş film.
Rated 19 May 2019
66
45th
A couple fun moments, but no story to latch on to which really lowers the stakes of all the fights.
Rated 22 May 2019
80
42nd
A step down from the other two.
Rated 23 May 2019
70
82nd
Entertaining.
Rated 29 May 2019
75
69th
John Wick 3: Revenge of the Doggos (I like the hedgehogs here more than in the upcoming Sonic live action)
Rated 30 May 2019
6
44th
*slides coin*
Rated 30 May 2019
70
64th
John Wick keeps kicking. There was not much of story before but this time the plot was very poor. Some scenes in a desert though the main action was on a familiar ground.
Rated 01 Jun 2019
60
20th
Not as mind-numbing as the second, but still pretty repetitive, and the boring adjudicator sub-plot and goofy main villain don't help. It's still a supreme pleasure to watch Keanu reload weapons.
Rated 06 Jun 2019
83
86th
Didn't quite reach the heights of Part 2 for me, but still great. Between the inventiveness of the fight scenes (especially that knife fight!), the great casting (Mark Dacascos!) and the way that this franchise doubles down on its bonkers worldbuilding (everyone is an assassin!), I am ready to follow John Wick wherever he fights next.
Rated 09 Jun 2019
60
68th
Didn't like the first "John Wick". HATED "John Wick 2". But, the third was so well received, I reluctantly went to see it. As with the first 2, the plot is nonsense, the characters are forgettable, and the dialogue was garbage. And what the hell? I liked it! You have to approach it like those old kung fu flicks: just live for the action sequences. They were bonkers, knives, swords, guns, motorcycles, horses, dogs. Inventive, bloody fun, that elicited giggles.
Rated 09 Jun 2019
55
23rd
* Well, this series is obviously moving towards F&F territory with how exaggerated everything is becoming, the characters, the world, the assasins, they myths.. It's just too much on the ironic comedy side more than the action. The first action scene with the swords was so amazing that the rest was just mediocre..
Rated 11 Jun 2019
90
87th
Solid action movie, a little smaller in scale than JW2 but I don't think that's a bad thing.
Rated 30 Jun 2019
83
85th
The style quotient of this movie just stands out and so do the unusual yet thrilling fight sequences. Be prepared for gory. The movie takes off from where it left off in the previous installments; so it is necessary for you to have watched them. Keanu Reeves pulls off the role of an indestructible ex-mercenary yet again. Halle Berry is a nice little role as well. Watch out for her dogs!
Rated 01 Jul 2019
80
51st
Better than part 2, but too long for imho.
Rated 03 Jul 2019
85
93rd
Chapter 3 takes everyones favorite hitman and his world to ludicrous new heights. Therefore it felt more of an upgrade to the franchise than its predicessor. There are enough good action sequences in this movie for several movies. Also, Keanu Reeves is breathtaking.
Rated 06 Jul 2019
73
45th
I don't even need to say this has great action sequences. However, I feel like the necessity to advance the plot somehow didn't serve the John Wick universe well. The movies are becoming more self-serious in tone, and they definitely shouldn't have to.
Rated 14 Jul 2019
80
73rd
Great fight choreography as usual, great to see Mark Dacascos too
Rated 15 Jul 2019
40
17th
Too dumb to get a pass this time.
Rated 28 Jul 2019
80
46th
Too much graphic violence. Action fight scenes with some minimal story between. But good enough for me.
Rated 19 Aug 2019
55
45th
Keanu Reeves is the only human that dogs don't deserve him.
Rated 25 Aug 2019
48
6th
Another stupid sequel for John Wick. The first half is awful. John literally rolls over a gun and doesn't pick it up, instead going for fist attacks. Then the gun vanishes and he grabs a knife nearby instead. At least the last few fights add a bit of slapstick to freshen it up. Take out the fight choreography and the gunplay and you have almost nothing. Not as bad as the second one, at least.
Rated 26 Aug 2019
50
24th
Too self-important, trying desperately to keep the story going. -- Suddenly Lt. Daniels has an annoying Nigerian accent...
Rated 01 Sep 2019
8
80th
I probably shouldn't score this the same as the first two but I can't help it. I love this series. So video-gamey and always convenient for Mr Wick (loses his gun, lucky his next enemies only have knives!). Just so effing entertaining and put together with the utmost detail. I'm hook line and sinker for Chapter 4.
Rated 02 Sep 2019
63
48th
I experienced fight fatigue.
Rated 04 Sep 2019
69
81st
Parabellum is a slight improvement on Chapter 2 but still slightly suffers from its sequel-pushing ending. The action and music pairings are great. This film also does well injecting humour into both the action and characters, lampshading the absurdity of the concept. Most of the added mythology is really good, though The High Table is a clichéd route that works best as the wordplay it was designed to be. Enjoyable, even tense at points, but no longer groundbreaking.
Rated 08 Sep 2019
78
46th
Following instruments of death are included in this movie: books, dogs, horses, a belt, fist, guns, cars, ...
Rated 25 Sep 2019
26
13th
Although the first John Wick flick was more fun than I expected, the conceit is stretched too far by this installment to maintain any consistent interest.
Rated 30 Sep 2019
75
74th
Holy crap! The action just didn't stop in this movie!!! Pretty easy story, but very good acting and non stop action. Please bring us more chapters!!!
Rated 07 Oct 2019
77
71st
Really enjoyable, thumping good action. Plot has never been a strong point of this trilogy. Another!

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