The third entry into the most unexpected - and unexpectedly awesome - of franchises is out now in cinemas, and true to form, it delivers another deliciously satisfying flurry of wince-inducingly brutality.
For genre fans craving ludicrous set-pieces combined with intriguing world-building and character work, this is easily the best action movie out of Hollywood since last summer's Mission: Impossible - Fallout.
It's not perfect - as no movie is - but it's tough to imagine many fans of the two previous films feeling underwhelmed or short-changed by the outrageous wealth of delirious insanity offered up.
If you're one of those viewers who thinks most modern action movies feature too much downtime between set-pieces, this is most certainly the film for you.
With summer blockbuster season only just kicking off, Parabellum has set a high standard for all others to follow.
But first, here's what the movie didn't quite get right...
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