The Best And Worst Things In John Wick 3 SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rREdMMfZT4 : John Wick: Chapter 3, Parabellum takes audiences even further into a world of assassins, intrigue, and headshot after headshot. While reviews have been strong, it’s not without its flaws. Let’s break down the highlights and lowlights of John Wick: Chapter 3.
Right from the start, Chapter 3 feels different than its predecessors, largely thanks to the inclusion of a ticking clock element. While John was never particularly leisurely about conducting business during the previous two movies, he did usually feel like he had some room to breathe.
But any sense of leisure is completely thrown out the window in Parabellum, which opens with a hero who is wounded, weary, and on the run. Watching a man with his back against the wall makes the audience root extra hard for him, as ever-more-dire circumstances tax his wits and will to survive.
Even after the man-on-the-run plot gets resolved, the movie still ends on a tense note with a thrilling siege on the previously impregnable Continental, putting the good guys in a defensive position as the High Tables hits them with everything they’ve got.
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Best: High tension | 0:15
Worst: The Adjudicator | 1:01
Best: Creative action | 2:12
Worst: Non-Wick action | 2:51
Best: Sofia and her dogs | 2:22
Worst: Lore overload | 4:24
Best: Stunts and choreography | 5:26
Worst: The excommunicado resolution | 6:21
Best: The aesthetics | 6:59
Worst: The fanboys | 7:45