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Film Review: John Wick (2014)

As my good friend and fellow dweeb Nick Allen once pointed out , middle-aged killing machines have become the new normal in contemporary Hollywood actioners. Initiated by Liam Neeson’s crusty John Mills in Taken, and expanded upon by Tom Cruise (Jack Reacher), Denzel Washington (The Equalizer), and Pierce Brosnan (The November Man), wizened bruisers have suddenly become as bountiful as the young pups running around in superhero gear. 760 more words

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John Wick (2014)

Absolutely remorseless, purely unadulterated & downright violent from start to finish, John Wick is without a shadow of a doubt the most stylishly crafted, feverishly paced, seamlessly executed, intensely entertaining & immensely satisfying action flick to come out from Hollywood after a very long time which, apart from marking a welcome return to action for Keanu Reeves, also triumphs as one of the biggest cinematic surprises of the year, not to mention the coolest by far. 924 more words

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Review "John Wick"

 Keanu Reeves is back with his best film since “The Matrix” with “John Wick” directed great assurance by Chad Stahelski who served as stunt coordinator on films ranging from “Spy Kids” to “The Wolverine” , along with being Keanu’s stunt double in “The Matrix Revolutions”. 760 more words

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Film Review - Europa Report

Year: 2013

Country: USA

Director: Sebastian Cordero

Writers: Phillip Gelatt

Cast: Sharlto Copley, Michael Nyqvist, Christian Carmargo

“Compared to the breadth of knowledge yet to be known… what does your life actually matter?” 690 more words

Movie Review: John Wick

A retired assassin gets back into the game to chase down the man who commits a terrible crime against him. 483 more words

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John Wick is Keanu Reeves all over again!

So imagine a world where mafias run their own rules, their own hotels, their own Codes, their own currencies (Gold Coin) ! Doesn’t sound so new but not having to deal with the Government or Cops. 383 more words

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