“Do you fear damnation, John?”
Reflections of the soul.
I love the recurring gag of villains sparing John, not because of some contrived "respect" but rather because they're just huge fans of him. It's little touches like that (or the underwater bullets) that make these movies so much better than their peers. Well, aside from everything else.
This one's a little too convoluted, and unfortunately dials back the existential aspects of the second. On that note, I'd really like to see one of these nail the emotional core—I don't…