Initially, I was concerned that the third installment of the John Wick franchise lacked the same level of excitement and energy as its predecessors. However, I am delighted to say that my worries were unfounded as John Wick 4 manages to surpass the previous films with its action-packed sequences.
Despite its lengthy runtime, the movie keeps you engaged right from the start when the action kicks off in Osaka, Japan.
The technical aspects of the film such as sound engineering, editing, direction, and cinematography are top-notch, as expected. (As I hoped)
The use of color throughout the franchise, especially in John Wick 2, 3, and 4, is visually stunning. Especially 4.
The John Wick movies stand out from other American action films that heavily rely on CGI and poorly written scripts.
The John Wick franchise is a breath of fresh air with its fast-paced storyline, mesmerizing stunts, and remarkable choreography that leaves you in awe.
The fight scenes featuring Reeves and Yen are breathtakingly authentic and captivating, unlike the unrealistic superhero movies.
In summary, John Wick 4 is a must-watch for action movie lovers as it delivers an exceptional viewing experience that you won’t find elsewhere.
I was concerned about the nearly 3-hour runtime of this movie, as it’s becoming increasingly challenging for films to justify such a lengthy duration. However, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this film effortlessly pulls it off without any qualms.
John Wick Chapter 4 is currently certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, at 95% – 2% higher than we first reported.