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Subtle as a sledge hammer too.
It's good to be good at what ones does.
Chapter two is 20 minutes too long, but fun in the same sick way as uno.
Perfect role for the very limited Reeves until he gets too old.
Nice casting for the supporting roles.
A type of graphic novel Hollywood Entertainment that doesn't make one
feel too dumb or too guilty for seeing it.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination"-Michael McClure
Usually, I'm pretty up for a bunch of mindless action & violence.
Must say? Maybe this was just TOO mindless - they didn't even sneak in a bit of plot.
Hi David- For what it's worth ...
After we watched John Wick 1 twice- the movie totally clicked and we loved it as a superb "new millenium" action film. But it took us two viewings to fully appreciate it.
We've seen John Wick 2 twice (theatre & DVD) and we liked it and we had fun- but we felt the casting was FAR superior in the first film.
Have a great day- Jim
...the first is the better film with a good villain.
The second had better set design.
I sure hope there are more films to be released in this series.
I want to backstory on the JW character. How did he get involved w/ the Russians?
I am guessing the ending sets viewers up for number 3?
Given Reeves age.
His knees are going to go soon.
But maybe the producers will buy him some new ones.
Plot wise the paths are endless though they may run out of ammunition 1/2 way through the next episode.
Not to mention brain splatter.
Wonder how many of the extras were killed more than once?
Do they get a daily wage or part wage?
If part wage, the more you get killed the more you get paid?
Suppose it might depend which union you're in.
"Once this was all Black Plasma and Imagination" -Michael McClure
Too bad he popped the guy in the sanctuary. Maybe he will kill his way back in to good graces.
I'm just shocked it was such a Class A+ production. The Tick nearly stole the show.
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