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John Wick Synopsis
An ex-hitman comes out of retirement to track down the gangsters that took everything from him. With New York City as his bullet-riddled playground, JOHN WICK (Keanu Reeves) is a fresh and stylized take on the "assassin genre".
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Movie Reviews

Keanu Is Back!

By senn1234
Do you like your violence bloody and relentless? Do you like your action scenes coherently shot? If you answered yes to both of those questions, John Wick is definitely the movie for you. A tightly...

We saw John Wick last night WOW

By brancoker2707
We went to a free screening of John Wick last night and WOW what a kick-a** movie. This was the best movie I've seen in a really long time. After the first few minutes of story it never stopped. ...

Keanu Still Can't Act...

By MedRed
John WIck is thin on plot but brings in a great "contract killer's code" concept. Keanu is magic in motion during the action scenes, but painful to watch while acting and delivering simple one...

Good movie.. a few laughs with some major @$$ kicking!

By sreed105
It's Keanu Reeves... He's still got it...

shoot em up

By wraevon
i loved the movie, and think its the best shoot em up movie of this year...

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By wanda0544
The movie is packed with action. Keanu Reeves is ruthless!!...

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By jtrott0826
Holy Damn, son. John Wick is a boss....

Exactly as Advertised

By kdsnk9s886
I went to see Keanu Reeves in an action movie getting revenge and I saw Keanu Reeves accomplish just that. Predictable, not really. Followed a story line from start to finish with not too many...

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By shylimar
Super Fantastic...

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By vsctingl841
The movies was okay. The movie did have some crazy fight screens but too bloody for my taste. The dog in the begining of the movie is sooooooo cute. She (the dog) steal the show....

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Rated R | For Language, Brief Drug Use and Strong Bloody Violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Action film is stylish, entertaining but extremely violent.
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