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 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 as no one can make it out in one piece.Written by
Despite the number of kills and public gunfights, there are no police officers seen throughout the entire film besides Jimmy, who was also the only officer in the first installment. However, during one of the scenes set in Rome, you can clearly hear some sirens in the background, meaning that policemen have been alerted and were sent to the place. See more »
After killing Gianna, John kills the first thug on stage. When the camera angle changes the body has disappeared. See more »
Listen to me. What is this? Hmm? Do you remember? This is your blood. You came to me. I helped you. If you don't do this, you know the consequences.
I'm not that guy anymore.
You are always that guy, John.
I can't help you. I'm sorry.
You're right. You can't. But he can. I'll see you soon, John.
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British version was cut (23 seconds were removed from the suicide scene) by local distributor Warner Bros. to secure a 15 rating (an uncut 18 rating was available). See more »
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 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!
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