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Review: John Wick

John Wick.

Keanu is back. He’s been somewhat of a joke recently, with his career being a bit tumultuous following The Matrix. This new revenge film… 609 more words

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Directors: Chad Stahelski and David Leitch

Starring: Keanu Reeves, Michael Nyqvist, Alfie Allen, Bridget Moynahan, Willem Dafoe

I’m guessing I wasn’t alone when I saw the trailer for John Wick and let it fly completely under my radar. 1,149 more words

John Wick Review

Oh, Keanu. I’ve been waiting for you to do a good action movie again for so long. Because let’s be honest, you’re at your best when you don’t need to rely on acting too much, and you’re allowed to just go around and kick people’s asses. 585 more words


John Wick Review

It certainly seems as though Keanu Reeves has been in hiding for the past few years. While this certainly isn’t the case, making his little seen directorial debut with ‘Man Of Tai Chi’ and staring in the occasional sci fi remake or goofy over budget samurai flick here and there, it’s arguable that he hasn’t had a truly stand out role since The Matrix all the way back in 1999. 998 more words

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John Wick

Bloody is the order of the day for “John Wick”. This vehicle serves as a great comeback to action for Keanu Reeves. 

“John Wick” is an ex-hit man who comes out of retirement when shortly have his wife’s funeral he is beaten and his little puppy dog is killed all for his high performance Ford Mustang that he refuses to sell. 80 more words


Alfie Allen Talks "John Wick," Says His GOT "Prized Possession" Travels In A Big Box (VIDEO)

John Wick, Keanu Reeves‘ blockbuster return after bunch of indie projects, is in theaters today. The movie has a bunch of high-profile cameos from the likes of John Leguizamo, William Defoe, and Kevin Nash to name a few. 116 more words


JOHN WICK Review: Fortune Favors the Old

Even if you take The Expendables 3 off the table, 2014 has been quite the year for the aging action star.   (I take it off the table because aging heroes are the gimmick of that film and franchise.)  The year has already seen major releases from a half-dozen of the AARP’s toughest tough guys (age, title): 959 more words

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