In an era where it’s so easy for us to judge people based on a glimpse of their life (just go to Twitter dot com for a lot of examples), watching Kore-eda’s works always feels like a perfect antidote. And Broker is no different. Just like Shoplifters before it, Broker is a tale of a wild bunch of flawed people trying to get by with their life, that found warmth and comfort in a bleak situation. In a way, this…
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When you thought you've seen enough genre movies.
When you thought you’ve seen enough zombie movies.
When you thought you’ve seen enough comedy movies.
When you thought you’ve seen enough zombie comedy movies.
When you thought you've seen enough Japanese movies.
When you thought you’ve seen enough movies within movies movies.
When you thought you've seen enough low-budget movies.
And then comes ONE CUT OF THE DEAD.
JOHN WICK: Your regular Sunday night action movie with some nice choreography being thrown here and there.
JOHN WICK 2: An action fantasy saga that mark the beginning of a mythology.
JOHN WICK 3: 21st century equivalent of a Buster Keaton/Charlie Chaplin motion picture.
JOHN WICK 4: Cure cancer? We'll never know.