In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X, somewhere on the Mexican border. However, Logan's attempts to hide from the world, and his legacy, are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
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 Boogeyman will find himself dragged into an impossible task in the heart of Rome's secret criminal society, as every killer in the business dreams of cornering the legendary Wick who now has an enormous price on his head. Drenched in blood and mercilessly hunted down, John Wick can surely forget a peaceful retirement--but above all--in this lethal ballet of bullets, can he make it out in one piece? Written by
When the Sommelier mentions that Wick was familiar with the "German varietals," it's an offhand reference to Wick using for most of the first, and part of this, movie, a Heckler&Koch P30L handgun. See more »
At 0:35:57 the Jewish man is saying to John Wick in Yiddish "zayt matzliah". It is translated as "Happy hunting" in the closed caption, but the real translation is "Good luck". See more »
Yes, the action was continuous, however, it was TOO repetitious..
The shooting was so repetitious throughout the movie, It should have been labeled 'John Wick the Non Stop Shooter'.. Sorry fans of this movie, just too much of the same shooting over and over, and my Goodness, with those multiple hard impact car hits and more, John Wick legs have to be made of titanium..
Sorry, too many unrealistic scenes for me.
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