Chloe’s review published on Letterboxd:
Having such a capacious runtime leaves room for both a lot of genuinely incredible stuff (every scene with Rina Sawayama, the Arc de Triomphe sequence, Donnie Yen and the doorbells of death, countless perfect needle drops, literally gut-punching sound design, those darn steps!), and a lot of overstretched and repetitive scenes that don't really add anything to the overall equation (like much of the movie's middle hour).
Unsurprisingly, it's Keanu who pulls the whole thing together and us through the film's less thrilling passages. I love the way he carries himself as Wick: how he makes both the weariness and the agility required for those impossible action sequences feel like they stem from the same vulnerable body; that he can somehow be both ironic and emotional at the same time. There's not really another actor like him, certainly not in the action movie stable, and this franchise has continued to play to his strengths in terrifically appealing style.