John Wick: Chapter 2

March 21st, 2017


John Wick: Chapter 2

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Release Year: 2017

Rating: 9.7/10 ( voted)

Critic's Score: /100

Director: Chad Stahelski

Stars: Ruby Rose, Keanu Reeves, Bridget Moynahan

After returning to the criminal underworld to repay a debt, John Wick discovers that a large bounty has been put on his life.

Writers: Derek Kolstad, Derek Kolstad, Ruby Rose, Keanu Reeves, Bridget Moynahan, Ruby Rose, Keanu Reeves, Bridget Moynahan, Ian McShane, Peter Stormare, Laurence Fishburne, John Leguizamo, Peter Serafinowicz, Thomas Sadoski, David Patrick Kelly, Common, Franco Nero, Aly Mang, Lance Reddick, Kitty Crystal, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Ruby Rose - Ares
Keanu Reeves - John Wick
Bridget Moynahan - Helen Wick
Ian McShane - Winston
Peter Stormare -
Laurence Fishburne - The Bowery King
John Leguizamo - Aurelio
Peter Serafinowicz -
Thomas Sadoski - Jimmy
David Patrick Kelly - Charlie
Common -
Franco Nero -
Aly Mang - Winston's Personal Assistant
Lance Reddick - Charon
Kitty Crystal - Switch Board Operator (as Crystal Lonneberg)


Official Website: Official site

Country: USA

Language: English

Release Date: 3 Jan 2017

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In preparation for the role Keanu Reeves was trained by ex SF members in dual weapons and close quarters shooting. A clip of Keanu training with live ammo was released online showing him performing to a high standard with multiple weapons on a CQB range See more »


User Review


Rating: 9/10

The story kicks off with John being dragged back into the shadows by a former cohort. As he owes a blood oath to his old comrade. Who is bent on taking down a criminal enterprise that is distinguished for hiring contract killers. With a strong cast to support it's vigorous story. The second chapter of the series is a pleasant surprise. Especially considering Hollywood's track record for squeals. A trait that seems to be lacking in most films these days is a strong villain. And as good as the story was, it paled in comparison to McShane's portrayal as Winston who was as menacing as he was devious.

Chapter 2 give's Wick depth and builds upon it's layers that it built in it's first installment. Will it be criticized for a few clichés? Of course, than again which film isn't. Considering the headway Chad Stahelski made in this, I wouldn't be surprised if this turns into a trilogy, and to be perfectly candid, I hope that it does.


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