Though the initial parts were average. Yes it is cool to watch but only up to a point. There is very little camera shake during fights and Reeves clearly has spent a lot of time preparing for this role. Wick took in his hand, but what followed after made the film great, definitely not to be missed for that alone. So, he has to fight them all, just in order to survive.
I was really hoping I would like this movie. And this sequel, really amazing. Having said that the action sequences are as cool, crazy but cool, and violent as they are unbelievable. Entirely different than the first. Believe the third film would be a kick-ass, particularly the pace that could match with likes 'Crank'. There's a red-blue theme that is in nearly every nightclub and darkly lit areas and its absolutely lovely to look at. Every eye on the town on him and every gun pointing at him, there's no way he could get out of it easily.
Ficha Técnica Titulo do Filme: John Wick: Um Novo Dia Para Matar Ano de lançamento: 2017 Idiomas: Português, Inglês Legendas: Português externa Gênero: Ação, Crime, Suspense Qualidade: BluRay Tamanho: 1. In this movie he is forced onto a job by a real asshole. Such an astounding stream, giving a combination between the 90s and the new century, it resembles the professional killers are living in a different universe, with another attitude, without individuals understanding it. Worse is that, in my opinion, in their eager to put together some crap drama this movie essentially screwed up the possibilities for a John Wick 3 unless they pull some rather big surprise rabbit out of the hat for that one. . Be warned that the rest of this review might contain a spoiler or two.
One of best follow-up flick and better than the original. Dark humor abounds, bullets rip through head and bodies, and Wick is unstoppable. Besides, he got wonderful, dedicated actors to achieve that. Then what comes later are even more aggressive screenplay that's ends with left open the door for the third film. Ian McShane's character remains the strongest especially combined with the last film. A new action, a new adventure, and even on a bigger scale. You can see nearly every take-down, every gunshot, and Wick has to reload at inconvenient times in a realistic fashion which also adds to the hilarity of the following kills.
Overall the acting performances were solid. He did not write it, but he knew exactly how to create them, technically perfectly. He is constantly reluctant and walks around with a sad puppy face all the time. I found it a bit sad that they wrecked his nice car though. One thing I really liked about the first movie was, as you can read in my review about that one, that it was a no bullshit, kill the bad guys and no emotional regrets, kind of movie. Just watch it already and be prepared for the next, the mega finale.
I totally disliked that killing assignment Mr. That's what happens when a stuntman takes up the directional job for an action flick. Por causa de um pacto de sangue, John Wick viaja para Roma com o objetivo de ajudar um velho amigo a derrubar a organização internacional secreta, perigosa e mortal de assassinos procurados em todo o mundo. The exchange, the battle movement, the manner in which the story moves, the characters moxy, all and substantially more are joined together to convey this artful culmination. For me, that reminded me 'Kill Bill', but they are not the same kind, except the fighting concept with hundreds. While I am bitching I should perhaps also mention that the amount of beating that John Wick seems to be able to absorb is … unbelievable. There are plenty of action in the movie of course but also her I feel that it was a bit too over the top.
Overall cinematography is very good. To me it has a completely different spirit than what I remember from the first one and the ending is, again to me at least, not a happy one. Especially if you are an ardent action film fan. I so enjoyed the first one. I did enjoy the movie but not at all as much as I hoped I would. Reeves isn't known for having an extremely wide range, but his devotion to making this movie a kick-ass martial arts production is second to none.
Overall a enjoyable movie but no match for the first chapter and I cannot bring myself to give it more than 3 out of 5 stars. No one, absolutely no one, seems to be able to shoot straight except for John Wick. I felt the villain was a bit on the weak side though, but he did his role justice. Continued from a couple of days later where the previous narration had ended. This film should be held as the gold standard for action movies.