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Robert Downey Jr.,
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In this third installment of the adrenaline-fueled action franchise, skilled assassin John Wick (Keanu Reeves) returns with a $14 million price tag on his head and an army of bounty-hunting killers on his trail. After killing a member of the shadowy international assassin's guild, the High Table, John Wick is excommunicado, but the world's most ruthless hit men and women await his every turn.
Keanu Reeves says that Halle Berry was "100 percent committed" to the training for this movie. She not only had to learn martial arts and weapons, but also how to train dogs because her character has two Malinois. The film's dog trainer told Reeves, "they treat Halle as their trainer now." This is important because when working with animals, the trainer is normally just out of frame giving the commands; but because Berry could command the dogs herself, it gave the filmmakers much more freedom in terms of how the scenes were shot. See more »
When John and his assassin are fighting underwater in the pool using automatic weapons, both are only good for 1 round. The water resistance prevents both weapons firing automatically. Instead when the triggers are pulled, only 1 round each are spent. After that the weapons would have to be cycled as semi-automatics. See more »
The film is dedicated to the late actor Michael Nyqvist who played Viggo Tarasov in "John Wick". See more »
The Australian theatrical version modified one shot to get an MA15+ rating instead of the less commercial R18+. The part when John Wick stabs a man in the eye was obscured in the Australian theatrical version by it zooming in the shot. The home video version has been released unaltered with an R18+ rating. See more »
I thought excommunicado would be like hell, but it is not. That's why it's disappointing.
I love John Wick, I love its world : the underworld organized crime, the high table, the continental, etc. But this chapter is filled with annoying plot holes, strange story line, bad fighting scene (except in the earlier 1/3 part of the movie, it's awesome !), and other disappointing things that I don't want to remember.
This movie had a potential to be a great ending for John Wick, but instead they push themselves to stretch the story and (i guess) plan to make a fourth chapter which is resulting a forced story of this chapter 3.
I still plan to watch chapter 4, but this chapter is disappointing.
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