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John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

2h 10m
Action, Thriller, Crime
Super-assassin John Wick returns with a $14 million price tag on his head and an army of bounty-hunting killers on his trail. After killing a member of the shadowy international assassin’s guild, the High Table, John Wick is excommunicado, but the world’s most ruthless hit men and women await his every turn.
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Keanu Reeves
John Wick
Asia Kate Dillon
Robin Lord Taylor
Jason Mantzoukas
Tick Tock Man
Yayan Ruhian
Shinobi #2
Roger Yuan
Huang (uncredited)
Tiger Hu Chen
Triad (uncredited)
Unity Phelan
Andrea Sooch
Ticket Taker
Tiler Peck
Ballet Choreographer
Directed By: Chad Stahelski
Written By: Derek Kolstad (Story), Shay Hatten (Screenplay), + 2 more

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Ghassanfs says...
3 years ago
Guns, a lot of guns
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Triseult says...
3 years ago
Better action movie than Endgame. Fite me.
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Jordyep says...
3 years ago
Whenever I review one of these, it feels like I’m critiquing both a Mission: Impossible and Fast and Furious film. The good stuff comes straight out of Mission: Impossible. It gets right what most action films nowadays don’t get right: the action. I also quite like its style, cinematography and score. The bad stuff is more in line with the Fast and Furious The characters are terribly uninteresting and bland. The dialogue is so awful, I’m pretty sure you’ll find better lines in ..., well you know where. The acting, man, don’t even get me started on it. I’ll just say that adding Halle Berry was the last thing this franchise needed (although she did well in her action scenes). I’ll take something that gets those 3 things right, but also has bad action (e.g. Avengers: Endgame) over a boring B-film like this anyday. As for the story, I can forgive a lot of its lack of logic because this film isn’t very serious, but it just gets so lame. 4/10
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Buck Flower Sings says...
3 years ago
The weakest script, terrible one liners, and some extremely predictable pathways. It's still entertaining as far as action goes because the entire movie other than say 10minutes of "backstory" are filled with it, but that doesn't make it a good movie.
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10/10  3 years ago
Gun Fu, Gun Porn, Stylized Ultra violence, call it whatever you want, but, one thing is certain, John Wick 3 delivered it all, and then brought you second and third helpings. Tom Cruise gets a lot of cred for doing his own increasingly elaborate stunts for each M.I. installment, but I'll see you More
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Per Gunnar Jonsson
3 years ago
Let’s make one thing perfectly clear. This is a movie you watch for the action and not much less. But then, that not really a surprise is it?

The movie takes off literally minutes after the last one ended. John Wick is on the run and that’s the story for most of the movie. Well, not entirely. More
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3 years ago
Strong contender for best John Wick movie to date. And that ain't faint praise. I've been strong invested in the franchise ever since it was first announced John Wick would be a playable character in _Payday 2_. Then when I actually watched that first movie? Forget about it. I fuckin' love this guy. More
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5 months ago
It's got the curse of the third movie, this - the script has been almost totally sacrificed for the imagery (which for the first 20 minutes is actually quite stunning). The fight scenes seem to go on and on well beyond the point where even Arnie would have been killed. Ian McShane is as wooden as us More
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