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The movie title is Parabellum! I didn't know he was going to be in it!


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Cant wait for this one.

Maybe Wick will access the forum in the movie




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Until I see a teaser not showing him in a running gun battle with every person on Earth, as alluded in the concluding scene of the second movie, I'm skeptical about this sequel.



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I'm hoping for a scene where he takes out a bunch of bad guys by throwing a p320 down the stairs.
 
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Is anybody who knows him still alive? I was under the impression that he killed every man woman and child he'd ever known or heard about in the first two films.

Can't wait for the fourth installment: John Wick 4 - the search for more people to kill!

Roll Eyes
 
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I'm hoping for a scene where he takes out a bunch of bad guys by throwing a p320 down the stairs.



That's purty funny right there!


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I'm hoping for a scene where he takes out a bunch of bad guys by throwing a p320 down the stairs.

Don't forget those carelessly dropped MAC-10s.



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I believe Halle Berry will be in this one.
So count me in!
 
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I'd like to see John Wick Goes To Congress!



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The movie title is Parabellum! I didn't know he was going to be in it!


Wick gets a feathered partner?

 
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Maybe they will have a John Wick for 2024.
 
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Is anybody who knows him still alive? I was under the impression that he killed every man woman and child he'd ever known or heard about in the first two films.

Indeed.

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Can't wait for the fourth installment: John Wick 4 - the search for more people to kill!

Roll Eyes

Agreed. The original was interesting. The first sequel just seemed to be about how much violence and mayhem they could stuff into two hours.

I doubt we'll bother with #3 or beyond.




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I liked John Wick 1 just because of its ridiculous simplicity. I didn't care for John Wick 2 because I just don't care for that silly criminal underworld environment. The already thin story's getting stretched even thinner!

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Agreed. The original was interesting. The first sequel just seemed to be about how much violence and mayhem they could stuff into two hours.


I don't mind violence and mayhem. My main problem with current movies is that the protagonists are usually trained spies/assassins/comic superheroes ala Jack Reacher, Bourne, Jason Statham, James Bond, Taken, Marvel characters, et al, that engage in elaborately choreographed fight scenes where the assailants are all dispatched quickly and cleanly and with no problems. I like my fight scenes to be a little more messy and naturalistic. Remember in the '80s and '90s when actors like Bruce Willis would play normal "everyman" heroes, like John McClane sub-machinegunning a villain's kneecaps off before he smashes headfirst through a window? Like that. No graceful martial arts or instant one-shot stops 99% of the time.

If the film has to be overly choreographed, I wish modern American films would be more like early John Woo or The Raid movies. Instead of instant one-shot kills, how about Chow Yun-Fat diving in the air firing entire magazines of dual Berettas into a single guy's chest in slo-mo? That's what I grew up with!
 
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I don't mind violence and mayhem.


I lubs it. I like some violence and mayhem. The more the merrier. But like you said, I would rather it be the John McClain type deal. Even in Nakatomi Tower, he was up against what, 13 maybe 15 terrorists?

Wick killed that many people in the opening sequence of II. And unless he was a member of the most elite and highly untrained group of blind assassins ever, I'm not buying that he wins a 200 against 1 gun battle with all of them.

But hey, whatever turns your crank. I probably have some favorites that people think are silly or over the top too.
 
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I liked John Wick 1 just because of its ridiculous simplicity. I didn't care for John Wick 2 because I just don't care for that silly criminal underworld environment. The already thin story's getting stretched even thinner!

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Originally posted by ensigmatic:
Agreed. The original was interesting. The first sequel just seemed to be about how much violence and mayhem they could stuff into two hours.


I don't mind violence and mayhem. My main problem with current movies is that the protagonists are usually trained spies/assassins/comic superheroes ala Jack Reacher, Bourne, Jason Statham, James Bond, Taken, Marvel characters, et al, that engage in elaborately choreographed fight scenes where the assailants are all dispatched quickly and cleanly and with no problems. I like my fight scenes to be a little more messy and naturalistic. Remember in the '80s and '90s when actors like Bruce Willis would play normal "everyman" heroes, like John McClane sub-machinegunning a villain's kneecaps off before he smashes headfirst through a window? Like that. No graceful martial arts or instant one-shot stops 99% of the time.

If the film has to be overly choreographed, I wish modern American films would be more like early John Woo or The Raid movies. Instead of instant one-shot kills, how about Chow Yun-Fat diving in the air firing entire magazines of dual Berettas into a single guy's chest in slo-mo? That's what I grew up with!

This is why I liked the early Steven Segal movies. The fight scenes were believable. None of this phony Kung Fu shit, where the hero jumps up in the air, spins 2 or 3 times , while the bad guy just stands there waiting to get a foot in the face.
 
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I hope he takes out a bad guy with a Q-Tip in this one !!
 
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More 3-gunner porn!
 
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I thought it was
John Wick - Is there anybody out there?



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The John Wick movies are almost "Guilty Pleasures". I like 'em.




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John Wick 3: Flipping the High Table Smile
 
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