Tag: Jessica Allain

REVIEW: The Continental – Episode 3, “Theatre of Pain”

“Theatre of Pain” brings The Continental to a ridiculous, empty-headed conclusion, successfully demystifying the High Table and removing the stakes from what should have been a near-suicide mission. A few good scenes are sprinkled through what is otherwise an enactment of a child playing with a...

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REVIEW: The Continental – Episode 2, “Loyalty to the Master”

I was surprised to have mostly enjoyed the first episode of The Continental. The second, “Loyalty to the Master,” is more in line with my expectations for the John Wick prequel series. It’s a dull story – or segment of a story – that feels inconsequential, over-explains the mysteries of t...

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REVIEW: The Continental – Episode 1, “Brothers in Arms”

The Continental is a nice surprise. The first episode, “Brothers in Arms,” is much better than I thought it would be, an entertaining trip back to the crime-ridden New York of the 70s in the John Wick universe. It’s got style to spare and some excellent filmmaking from Albert Hughes, formerly...

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The Continental Trailer Gives John Wick the Star Wars Treatment

Prepare to see the John Wick brand milked for everything it’s worth because Peacock has released an official trailer for The Continental: From the World of John Wick. The Continental is a miniseries depicting the early life of Winston, the manager of the titular New York City hotel that is governe...

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