Halle Berry Flaunts Her Shaved Head At "John Wick 3: Parabellum" Premiere

Esequiel Farfan
May 18, 2019

Halle joined Keanu Reeves for the third installment of "John Wick", as an assassin, "I never worked so hard in my life, honestly, for a film role ever".

Stahelski has teased the potential for many more John Wick movies before.

Wasting no time, "Parabellum" (Latin for "prepare for war", although calling this near-wordless exercise a "chapter" requires considerable nerve) picks up where "Wick 2" left off.

John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is out now in United Kingdom cinemas. Enter the Adjudicator (Asia Kate Dillon), a vestige of the High Table, the governing body apparently in charge of...everything? Winston gives John an hour's grace, which invites the attention of the High Table that keeps order in the assassin community. What's most important here is that a fourth John Wick movie sounds nearly certainly like it's on the cards, and Stahelski can just go right ahead and take £12 out of my purse for a ticket to that masterpiece right now.

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Of course, assisting Wick is unsafe business, as his associates (Ian McShane, Laurence Fishburne, and a new character played by Anjelica Huston) discover when a representative of the High Table, known as an Adjudicator ("Billions'" Asia Kate Dillon), shows up to lay down the law - such as it is - for anyone who has stepped out of line. None of this matters. The audience soon learns that this is The Director, played by Academy Award victor Anjelica Houston, who raised John Wick to be an assassin.

And of course, the unbeatable assassin agrees with him before the credits roll.

John Wick 3 also has excellent critical reception in its favour.

Accordingly, each action set piece is an astounding feat, from the first hand-to-hand fracas in narrow library stacks-the antagonist the exceedingly tall Boban Marjanovich, the weapon the spine of a weighty tome on Russian oligarchy-to a comic knife fight amidst cases of antique weapons (featuring the potentially most unnerving bit of violence in the John Wick universe unflinchingly proceeds), to a chase on horseback and, later, a chase on motorcycles care of katana-wielding meanies. When two of his hunters take a moment to wonder whether the man is worthy of the myth, it doesn't work as well as the sequence in John Wick (2014) in which the marked Russian gangster explains why John is known as the "Baba Yaga", or the bogeyman.

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