Went to see it today. I very much liked it, I just didn't enjoy it as much as the first two films. It was bigger/crazier (understandably), but I didn't like that as much. The stakes and obstacles are getting too unbelievably big for this one guy. *SPOILERS...kinda* And I didn't like the bitchy villain as much as I did the mafiosa type villains. I loved the almost western additions. I wish they would've leaned harder into that. And the hand to hand was off the charts cool. I liked Berry's character, but at one point I started to get annoyed that it seemed like she was getting more screen time than Wick. Like Colbie Smulders in Jack Reacher. Fortunately she wasn't in the film for very long, so the extra focus on her felt okay in hindsight. Her helper dogs were pretty awesome as too.John Wick 3 was.. good. It's more John Wick, and very Wick-y. If you liked the first 2 you'll like #3. I'd say it wasn't quite as good as 1, but better than 2 overall. I recommend it.
Dan Aykroyd dropped another nugget of info regarding the upcoming Ghostbusters sequel that is guaranteed to delight fans the world over. In a recent interview with 660 News (via JoBlo) the actor revealed that the crew of the new film is keen to use practical effects over CGI whenever possible.
“I’m always urging to use puppets,” Aykroyd said. “I’m always urging to go back to the mechanicals. But CGI is so efficient and easy to use but I think that all of us are on board with the idea of maybe doing mechanicals and puppets where we can.”