Algunos la ponen mejor que la primera.https://www.empireonline.com/movies/john-wick-chapter-3-parabellum/review/
It’s with the action, though, where Parabellum truly delivers — you should prepare, if not for war, then at least for the sight of a knife jamming into somebody’s eyeball. The dust-ups, and they are frequent and grisly, are magnificently orchestrated by director Chad Stahelskiand his stunt team, shattering more glass than Jackie Chan’s Police Story and throwing in a horse chase that makes the one in True Lieslook like a tame trot. The crew from The Raid turn up for a riotous showdown, while Halle Berry makes a big impact with little screen time, as an equally dog-loving acquaintance of John, there not for a lame romance but a blistering set-piece involving canines in flak jackets. “Art is pain, life is suffering,” mutters someone at one point. Well, maybe, but at least in this film pain is endlessly entertaining and suffering something you’ll want to rewind.https://uproxx.com/movies/john-wick-chapter-3-parabellum-review-keanu-reeves-halle-berry/
Like John Wick himself, this third chapter feels like a lean, mean, fighting machine – and, yes, it’s the best film of the franchise so far, even surpassing the first film. There are moments in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum where I thought to myself, “Well, I’ve never seen that before.”https://www.indiewire.com/2019/05/john-wick-chapter-3-parabellum-review-keanu-reeves-1202139580/
JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 — PARABELLUM is a breathtakingly violent meditation on fame. it’s also fun and exasperating and not quite as good as the last one but there are killer horses.https://variety.com/2019/film/reviews/john-wick-3-review-film-parabellum-1203210529/
And truly, it’s important to stress just how well-made this film is. Since making his debut on the first “John Wick,” Stahelski’s technical ambition and ability has grown substantially each time out, and it’s tough to think of too many filmmakers outside of Asia who are willing to invest the sort of care and detail-work into combat scenes that Stahelski provides over and over again. (Alongside DP Dan Laustsen and production designer Kevin Kavanaugh, he even takes the time to make some of these scenes actually beautiful, especially a fluorescent-lit, glass-walled battleground that brings to mind “Enter the Dragon’s” famous hall of mirrors.) But it’s tough not to wish he’d start applying these obvious talents to scenes that have actual emotional weight, or that strive for a reaction beyond “whoa, that was cool.”https://www.polygon.com/2019/5/10/18564250/john-wick-3-review-parabellum
JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 — PARABELLUM has a terrific beginning, a boring middle, and a great end. give mark dacascos his own spinoff, please! also, more with laurence fishburne and his birds! also (x2), more jason mantzoukas!
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