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John Wick [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD]
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1. This is probably the best action movie of 2014. It's certainly the movie with the highest body count of 2014.
2. It's directed by two guys who, before they made this movie together, were mostly stunt coordinators and stunt doubles for people like Brad Pitt, Jean-Claude Van Damme, and Keanu Reeves.
3. Speaking of Keanu Reeves, he's great in this. You see, there is a very specific type of movie in which Keanu excels - action flicks where he moves around a lot and hardly talks. This had to be his dream role.
4. Reeves plays John Wick, a depressed nobody dealing with the loss of his wife. When a few things go wrong, we find out that John isn't exactly a nobody. In fact, he has quite a reputation as an assassin for the Russian mafia.
5. What's fascinating about this film is that this is no street-level gang war stuff. These are all super rich, civilized professionals that move in their own exclusive circles. There are codes to be honored, and rules to be followed.
6. There are some truly great action sequences in the movie. These scenes were clearly inspired by John Woo's Chinese gun-fu classics like "The Killer" and "Hard Boiled".
7. The movie has a sleazy, industrial rock soundtrack which is a great counterpoint to the opulent, cultured environment that the characters live in.
8. Of course, being firmly in the action genre, it also follows those conventions, like bad guys that line up to take on the good guy one by one. And villains that like to tie the good guy up in a chair and give a speech, instead of just killing him. But people do run out of bullets sometimes, so that's a refreshing change.
9. The movie has a wry sense of humor, letting us know that it knows what it is. It doesn't take itself too seriously, and doesn't try to be anything other than a revenge flick that kicks ass. If that's what you're looking for, then you just found it.
Enough to ask one question: for a man who once killed 3 men with only a f**king pencil, what takes him to long to realize he has a backup pistol in his belt behind his back while he and the Russian punk kid's older brother are hashing it out in the club? Did the fifteen foot drop off the balcony pound some sense into him?
I found it fun, intense, really wished the directors had gone into a little more detail about his background, done a little more character development (like what's that private little hit-man's club all about anyway? Is this what Martin Blank's nemesis played by Dan Ackroyd - Grosse Pointe Blank - had in mind in a parallel comic-book minded universe?),they could have given us more of a glimpse into the characters played by John Leguizamo, for example. There's DEPTH there, briefly flashed upon when he grabs the gun being held to his head and says go ahead and shoot without a scintilla of fear. Who IS this guy and who owns him that he's that fearless in the face of imminent death? And he hits Viggo's kid and answers to Viggo in a tone like he simply said "hey you, get off my lawn" when Viggo could end him in very unpleasant ways, but doesn't.
There are layers upon layers of background, of RESPECT, of rules, a finely crafted code of honor among thieves (killers, dealers, power brokers) one wishes existed in our very own US Congress. Everything looks very finely polished from the outside and the chaos within is managed by contracts, permissions, RULES, honorable men. VERY unlike our US Congress (chaos on the outside, God knows what behind closed doors - or maybe it's the same thing and I'm reaching here for allegory that doesn't exist).
The choreography in the home invasion scenes were amazing. Very detailed but could have been a little better. I thought they were too choreographed where real CQB (and HTH) fighting is uglier, MUCH FASTER and chaotic (having been in more than a handful of bar fights and brawls in my somewhat misspent youth and surviving one home invasion) but (kudos to the director here) not entirely one-sided as John really has to struggle in a few places, but hey, wait a second... night vision gear (especially the cheap Russian stuff) is available just about everywhere and cutting the power before a hit like this isn't just for NAVDEVGRU or other SPECOPS forces anymore. Just how stupid ARE the Russian "mafia" contract killers anyway? Don't they know their target is (DUN-Dun-dun...) JOHN WICK? And he JUST might have a pencil or two lying around?
Every time I make "dinner reservations" in the future I'm going to laugh, at least inwardly.
My favorite scene so far? The guy who played the brother in "Rescue Me" the one from the "Mayhem" insurance commercials, playing Viggo's "consigliere" getting capped. If only more lawyers could wind up like that...
It's a rare action film I find wishing it had been longer, but I could have watched another 30 minutes of John Wick, easily.
I'm really looking forward to a sequel (prequel?). Lot of undiscovered territory there. How DID he kill 3 guys with one pencil?