Fauve tells a devastating story that kind of stumbles after the key event has transpired. I've interpreted it as a portrait of youth and its underlying faults such as irresponsibility and carelessness. It's a beautifully shot film that's granted with a tragic ending which I unfortunately didn't quite hold and feel.
"If you think you can take John Wick, you got a nasty surprise coming."
It's an exhausting action-packed entertainment and I meant it in a very good way. It's a full-course meal that serves glorious non-stop bloodbath. The lore of the franchise was even more fleshed out.
The same as its predecessors, it has flaws that could be overlooked just because of how good it was all in all. It made good use of its time as it never was…
"Part of the journey is the end."
It is extremely rare for a franchise to culminate with such indescribable grandeur and scale. Few have managed to pull it off, with the MCU officially joining the club. Avengers: Endgame can easily be labeled as the only event where the MCU truly peaked. It is the ultimate culmination in honor of all the 21 films that came before it. It is a massive film where action and humor (the most recognizable trademark…