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Plot: Bound by an inescapable blood debt to the Italian crime lord, Santino D'Antonio, and with his precious 1969 Mustang still stolen, John Wick--the taciturn and pitiless assassin who thirsts for seclusion--is forced to visit Italy to honour his promise. But, soon, the Bogeyman will find himself… Runtime: 122 min Release Date: 10 Feb 2017
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To put it simply, the movie is fascinating, exciting and fantastic. The dialog, the fight choreography, the way the story moves, the characters charisma, all and much more are combined together to deliver this masterpiece. Such an amazing flow, providing a fusion between the 90s and the new century, it's like the assassins are living in another world, with another mindset, without people understanding it. Just one advice for you though: Don't build an expectation of what you want to watch in this movie, if you do, then you will ruin it. This movie has it's own flow and movement, <more>
One of the best action movies I ever seen (by cscd-745-377606)
I am retired at 41 years old and watch movies all day and night. I take my action films very serious.. From Die Hard to District 13, from First Blood to Taken... John Wick 2 is one of the best action movies I've seen. Simply put.. on a scale of the good old 80's red blooded American action films, John Wick 1 will draw you in and make you a fan, John Wick 2 will satisfy your soul with the 2017 evolution of 80's action with a feeling of have hit the gritty lotto. This is a man's man film that should be enjoyed after a hearty steak dinner as I did tonight . I may have to go see <more>
John Wick is coming for you with his gun and pencil (by badmanlykme)
John Wick 2 is a great sequel that wasn't underwhelming it produced great action scenes great performances and there wasn't a dull moment in sight, its more fast paced than the first but all in good favor, Keanu Reeves gives it his all and adds a lot to these movies I'm hopeful that this continues on to be a great franchise, we got are first peek into the mob underworld in the first movie and in this movie its more fleshed and we get to know more about wick as the story progresses as I said it adds more to the story in every aspect which is to be praised. I also believe that the <more>
action set pieces in this movie topped its predecessor with stunts where you tilt your head in amazement. Only negatives sometimes the movie doesn't take time to stop and let you have a breather but otherwise its a very impressive movie with great acting, story and action sequences. JOHN WICK YOUR NOT VERY GOOD AT RETIRING!!
Wow, this is one of the best action movies that I have seen in quite some time. It is really what I was hoping for in a good old fashion action movie that was done entirely on hand to hand combat and gun shootings. This is a wonderful kick-ass movie where the killings were done so brutally with lots of bloody scenes. It also kind of remind me of the various one man army movies in the 80s played by Sylvester Stallone or Arnold Schwarzenegger. If you have seen John Wick the original which I hope you have seen it before you see this one , then you will be amazed with this sequel. It was <more>
bloodier, more fighting, more assassins trying to kill John and longer running time. What I can say is this is an even better version than the original movie. Although in term of story, there is a bit of a more complexity in the sequel as opposed to the simplicity of the original movie.All the fighting scenes were choreographed wonderfully according to my opinion. The guns shooting scenes were entirely cool. I loved all of them and there were no fighting scenes that took too long to finish. Keanu Reeves' portrayal of a retired hit-man who had no choice but to come back was really spot on. There were also some minor characters from the original movie who appeared in this sequel and also new character played by Laurence Fishburne whom I believed would play a large part in chapter 3. Yes, there would definitely be another sequel based on the ending of this movie, which really made me so excited and cannot wait for it to be released.Aside from the very cool amazing action sequence, the sound effects of this movie was very good such as the sound of cars screeching, guns blazing and the voices of John and Cassian's heavy fight which I thought sounded very original. My recommendation if you want to watch this movie, it should be watched in a theater with good sound system. Since there were many bloody brutal killing scenes including 1 suicide scene , the Indonesian censorship body had given 21 years above rating. So yeah, this movie is definitely not for kids. For those of you who want to enjoy a pure action movie with Keanu Reeves as the main star, this one should not be missed. Don't forget to watch the original movie first so you would understand the story line. But for those who do not really enjoy this kind of movie or cannot stand the bloody fight scenes , then this might not be suitable for you. This is one heck of a movie and I for one truly enjoyed it and would recommend this movie to any fans of action movie.for my complete review, pls see michaelnontonmulu.blogspot.co.id
Love letter for action genre written by bold bloody hallmark, and a pencil. (by quincytheodore)
If there's an equivalent of classical orchestra for untamed unapologetically brutal carnage, there's no doubt it'd be John Wick. Dancing through hail of bullets, horde of assassins straight from video game, oozing noir style from each drop of blood, John Wick: Chapter 2 is nothing short of an artistic spectacle.John Wick Keanu Reeves returns to the killing business begrudgingly as one of his old acquaintances asks for a morbid favor. The cloak-and-dagger scheme soon flies into multiple directions, partially towards the back of few characters and the rest goes straight to the <more>
chest. There's an air of familiarity as the movie visits previous characters while introducing an array of new ludicrous ones.It keeps the formula nearly identical, adding more to its melee and shootout fun. There's everything one loved from the first, now pouring abundantly. Combat is arguably the best action choreography one could possibly ask for. Punches, kicks, submission holds, and even dirty pokes are delivered with sheer primal vexation and the finesse of ballet performance.Both the anti-hero and his rivals press forward in locomotive of mayhem, any fans of action movies and combat sports will be gleefully entertained. In fact, such simple concept of "one versus many" is ageless and universal, it worked since Bruce Lee's time and now told by razor-sharp spectacular visual, John Wick is the finest action of modern time.
I'm not going to spoil the plot or any of the most memorable action scenes from the movie, I'll just write this: John Wick: Chapter 2 is a worthy successor of the first movie, it expands the universe, giving you insight into the interior of the world of assassins and maintains the insanity of action sequences from the first movie. Memorable scenes, unexpected humorous tone of some dialogues and shootouts, really interesting world and Keanu Reeves who, as usual, commits 100% to the action sequences just watch his training videos on youtube, mad respect for this guy! I believe that <more>
true efforts to entertain you should be rewarded. In a world of shitty, worthless, cashgrab sequels like, say, Fifty Shades Darker, released the same day as John Wick 2 , sequels like JW:C2 deserve to be praised. Amazing movie! 9/10
"Tell them.... Who ever comes..... I'll kill them all"....... "Of course you will" Spoiler free Review (by Geckomaniac3)
I have to say after seeing "John Wick" in the cinema almost 3 years ago I had high expectations on the sequel. I have watched the first part about three more times now and it never became boring. My fear for this sequel was that they couldn't get a good start into the new story. With a few similarities that chapter 2 shared with first one this could have been a huge let down. But god damn... this movie started strong and oddly enough it started in a way that I didn't even think about. I wouldn't say that the scenes were predictable just because they were so different <more>
from all the other action movies I have seen. This movie remains serious, whilst brilliantly combining dry humor with extreme graphic and violent images. If you have watched this movie you will remember this one scene... this one scene that you just can not get out of your head sheer to it's immense and freaking awesome brutality. "John Wick Chapter 2" is like a "Kingsman: The Secret Service" that even though being funny, manages to stay serious throughout the entire 2 hours. It doesn't seem too long nor too short and strikes a good balance between action sequences and story telling. In comparison to the first one though Chapter 2 does not seem as realistic. John Wick was a killer I thought could actually exist in real life after watching the first movie. That was the reason I and I think many other loved that film so much. Chapter 2 does lose some of it's credibility due to a few action sequences. Remember, I am not talking about a Fast and Furious like action scene here. This is criticism on a whole new level. "John Wick: Chapter 2" went beyond my expectations and is in my opinion better than the first one. Go watch this movie in the cinema if you liked the part one. If you haven't seen the prequel I would recommend you to catch up just because it's so good. Though it is not actually necessary to follow and enjoy the story of Chapter 2. I hope this review was helpful to some of you who couldn't decide whether to watch this film in the cinema or wait for the Blu-Ray and DVD release. Go to the cinema your money will be spend wisely. 8/10
Builds on the original really well and becomes almost a character tragedy (by samueldshearer)
John Wick 2 picks up right where the first one left off; he steals his car back in a really good opening chase scene. This is a good way to connect the two films together, but from here on out the story takes a much different turn. Basically, in order to "get out" the first time to be with his wife, John Wick made an oath with a "marker" that puts him in debt with a very powerful man in the crime world. And now it's time to repay that debt. So we have John Wick, against his will and better judgment, going back in again.First of all, of course the action is good. Was <more>
anyone expecting less? The gunplay, hand- to-hand choreography, everything is done in beautiful steady cam. Also, shout-out to the cinematographer, the use of color in the film is fantastic. Lots of neon pinks and blues.What I really want to praise the film for, though, is how the plot works with the world building so well. We have a much more complex plot than the original here, involving intrigue, power plays, bounties, things of the like. And throughout the movie uses this as a way to introduce more lore to this universe where everyone seems to be part of the connected web of crime. There is a "high council" which plays a background role in the film and I expect they will be a much bigger deal in the third one . The rules of the Continental hotel are played with a bit more, and we see an entire network of assassins later in the film. All this adds layers to the John Wick universe and it's really great how they use the plot to do that.The characters are all good and the movie is well-acted. Keanu Reeves is good for this role, where he has minimal dialogue and his emoting his restrained. This is a man who is basically empty inside at this point. Common and Laurence Fishburne's characters also really stood out to me; Common and Keanu have two extended fight scenes with really appropriately balanced intensity and humor. Laurence Fishburne isn't in the movie much but he was really fun to watch. Everyone is praising the surface-level stuff this film offers up and I can't blame them. But I just want to point out that this film is basically a tragedy. It ends with John Wick homeless, unable to return to the hotel, running from basically everyone in New York who wants to kill him for 14 million dollars. Throughout the film, you get the sense that John doesn't want to be here,killing people, and the use of reflection shots throughout the film really punctuates the theme of past choices. It's depressingly ironic that the "marker" John Wick used to get out the first time is the very thing that brings him back in, for possibly the rest of his life. The final action scene is entirely set in an art exhibit called "Reflection of the Soul" which is basically a Hall of Mirrors. This makes for an interesting action sequence but also for a very interesting thematic moment. John Wick is actually a very tragic character. I really hope he gets the redemption he deserves in the third movie.The flaws I have are basically that the action is a little too repetitive at times, and that the assassin girl who speaks in sign language, who is built up throughout the film, gets taken out in about forty seconds. After seeing Common hold is own against Wick for two whole fights, this was disappointing. Did I mention that the dog in this film is a REALLY good boy???
A film with more head-shots than words spoken, John Wick: Chapter 2 is just about the most violent film I've seen in quite some time. But it knows exactly what it wants to do, and succeeds immensely.Keanu Reeves isn't one of the best actors working today, and I don't think he would disagree with that statement. But he's no doubt one of the most committed actors out there. There's no more than a few pages of total spoken dialogue throughout 'Chapter 2', and Reeves has probably a maximum of 30 lines, all of which aren't necessarily delivered as well as they <more>
should be. But it doesn't ultimately matter. Sure, John Wick could be a better franchise if the scripts were of the same caliber as say a Bond or a Bourne movie, but that's not really why you go see one of these movies. You go to see Keanu Reeves kick some butt amidst some of the best choreographed action in cinema.Chapter 2 picks up not too long after the first film ends as Wick is somewhat enjoying his life as a "retired" assassin. If the first film was about him coming back to seek revenge, this film is Wick reluctantly coming back because he owes a debt to another assassin. I don't think the filmmakers truly could have imagined this would be a franchise off the bat, but it's sure shaping up to be quite the intriguing universe. The one thing that has always struck me as appealing in this series is the way they portray the world Wick lives in. Yes, it's present day, but the world that surrounds Wick is heightened to make for more exciting action it's essentially a world full of super assassins . But at the same time, the films are incredibly grounded with reality. It's that balance that so few films can accomplish to this particular level.Taking the famous Liam Neeson line "I will kill you" to a whole new level, Wick claims "I will kill them all". And that's pretty much your movie. Wick doesn't want to come back, he owes a debt and is forced to return for one more kill, and then the bounty on his head reaches just about everyone linked to The Continental's database. The rest of the movie is Wick delivering killing blows to just about anyone who stands in his way in the most creative ways possible. Isn't it about time people leave this guy alone? Overall, John Wick: Chapter 2 promised visceral action all impressively in camera- yeah, I'm looking at you Resident Evil and we got just that. Even if the dialogue can be clunky and the performances are over the top, it doesn't really matter. What matters is this series continues to be a pleasant surprise in an age where great action movies are too few and far between.+Insanely well-done action+Tops the first film's scope+The universe Derek Kolstad has built-Some dialogue is bland and even lazy8.6/10