WaTcH.!! John Wick 3 Parabellum Online FULLMOVIES

By / / >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> KLIK HERE [link=http://tubeplus.pro] click here to watch full movie [/link] >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Two years ago, John Wick: Chapter 2 was a crazy-big surprise — radical, as its star, Keanu Reeves, would once have put it. Its director, former stuntman Chad Stahelski, transmuted mindless carnage into something abstractly beautiful and horrifying with the formal elegance of Kabuki. Stahelski was justly proud, and bless him for aiming even higher with John Wick: Chapter Three — Parabellum. The movie has more outlandish set pieces, more flashy locales (from Times Square to the Sahara to the groovy, aquarium-like boardroom of the assassins’ Ritz, the Continental Hotel), and a cityscape bejeweled by candy-colored lighting. The cast has been beefed up with likable actors — not just the familiar Ian McShane, Lance Reddick, and Laurence Fishburne but Halle Berry, Angelica Huston, and the charismatic Mark Dacascos as a sushi chef–samurai–John Wick fanboy. The plotting is no longer linear: It’s positively labyrinthine, with a mythical universe of godlike assassins and their minions. The movie should by rights be a “Wow!” But it feels bloated, self-conscious, and pretentious, with long waits between its few dazzling fights. Evidently, it’s hard to build on a premise that’s basically so vacuous and dumb. Parabellum kicks off where Chapter 2 ended: The famed assassin John Wick and his new pooch hurry from Central Park with an hour’s grace period before the $14 million bounty on his head kicks in. (Every other person he passes seems to know who he is — they’re counting down the seconds before they’re permitted to pull out their weapons.) John has barely enough time to visit his hidden stash of guns and documents and put his dog somewhere out of harm’s way — again with Reddick’s painstakingly deliberate, West Indies–inflected concierge, Charon. The first two fights are smashingly choreographed and edited: an attack in the main branch of the New York Public Library and the movie’s early high point, in which a slew of Asian assassins face off with Wick in a room of floor-to-ceiling knife cases. Exotic blades are juggled, hard shards of glass rain down, and people somersault over one another, slashing with one hand and flinging an ax with the other. It’s slapstick à la Jackie Chan — and Chan’s principal inspiration, Buster Keaton — juiced up with added (computer-generated) arterial spray. The ensuing motorcycle chase is pretty good, too, and a stable fight would be gangbusters if the kicking horses’ legs didn’t look like CGI. That CGI is an ongoing issue. A dog that scampers up a wall to tear its attacker’s jugular is cartoonish, and the settings have a simulacrum-like fakeness that would make you think of The Matrix even if Parabellum didn’t have the same leading man.