John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, /10, is back with a horse kicking, book hitting, knife throwing bang. What a bang it was, over-the-top action sequence after another, this film was insanely supercharged with violence. I know I am a little late to the party on this film but I enjoyed it that much I knew I had to write about it. I only watched the first two films a week before this one and I instantly feel part of their crazy assassin world.

John Wick three starts of right where the last left us, John Wick (played by Keanu Reeves) is one the run after being excommunicado for shooting someone on the grounds of the continental. There is a $14 million mark on his head and its offered out to every assassin, so the odds are about even to say the least.

The John Wick franchise has got increasingly better with each instalment. The fluid fighting choreography will blow you away which is lucky as this is mainly one long fight scene that gets increasingly more mesmerising. From library brawls to motorcycle samurai wielding gangs we are shown that there is nothing that John Wick can’t do. We are slowing learning more and more about their complex world these assassin existing and I love every part. The currency, the favours, the language and the hidden underworld all fills me with excitement for forth John Wick film. If your not a fan of action movies then this probably isn’t the film franchise for you but this needs to be seen on the big screen so you can see every blood splatter and hear every gun shoot in all its glory.

Picture: 9/10

Sound: 9/10

Narrative: 8/10

Acting: 7/10

Originality: 8/10

Entertainment (of its Genre): 10/10

Overall rating….. /10

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