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After John and Cassian finish their drinks at the bar, Cassian pays for the drinks and leaves. John then encounters Ares sitting in a chair. Ares communicates with John through sign language. She has at least one error and that is her very last sign. She intends to sign the phrase "Round three". However, the sign for "three" is not performed by flashing your index finger, middle finger, and ring finger (that is the sign for the letter "W"). The sign for the number 3 is shown with your thumb, index and middle fingers.
She was not signing "Round Three" but was rather signing John's name (or more accurately his initials "JW" which is very common in sign language when both parties know who you are talking about in order to shorten the number of character signed) with the pinkie making a swirl in the air for "J" and the index finger, middle finger, and ring finger for "W". This corresponds perfectly with the on-screen sub-titles. See more »
It's a blood oath and bloodbath,oh it's bloody alright
Let me be honest,this is my first ever review. Just felt compelled to do so since this film is what we can call a sequel. If it's not better,then it certainly filled the shoes of its predecessor.
The action sequences are better, choreographed so well that it felt authentic. The killings are logical, even though at some points the bad guys became generic henchmen who can't shoot straight. But the world created for this sequel is fascinating in every way, making it impossible not to like the things that happened throughout the movie.
Tldr, if you like the first one, then it's a no brainer for this next chapter. And sharpen your pencil, you'll need it.
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