John Wick 3 Parabellum movie review: Keanu Reeves delivers the best action film since Mission Impossible

Basic Story

The story focuses on John Wick (Reeves), searching for the men who broke into his home, stole his vintage car and killed his puppy, which was the last gift to him from his recently deceased wife (Moynahan). 
In part three, the story begins with John Wick who is now ex-communicado (no services of the secret society of assassins are available to him.). He attempts to find the only man who sits above the table and can change his status from ex-communicado and remove the open contract of 14 million for his death. He fights for his survival and calls in every favor he can get.

What We Love

The fight scenes are so interesting, this film is the definition of an action movie. There are many hands to hand fight scenes. There are also knife and gun fights scenes. Haliberry and her dogs are also featured in this movie. You will see how vulnerable men can be to a trained dog’s attack (woman power here, because women don’t suffer from the same vulnerability.).

The betrayals in this movie are also an interesting addition to the intrigue of the movie. However, the unlikely friendships make this movie a must watch film. Friendships were tested and loyalties broken and reformed. The question is, what can you do to preserve your life?

I wonder why the only man who sits above the table is Arabic, and how did he build such a large crime network in United States of America. I also wonder why the police never came to protect the general citizens from the street violence and why civilians do not run away from people carrying guns, knives, swords or a dead body.

What we do not like

I find some scenes from the movie to be unbelievable. Why will you have a gun and run to a man without a gun to shoot him from close range? You are a trained killer, dude! Take the shot from afar!! 
Why do these people love mutilation of bodies? Why would you mutilate the trigger finger of a man that you want to make a pledged assassin to your institution (or according to this film,’no longer free under the table but bound to it.’) that is like buying a broken toy car? How can a mutilated finger, together with an act of betrayal be the sign of loyalty???

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