How To Watch John Wick Chapter 2 Full Movie Online Streaming in HD Quality?
Theatrical release date: February 10, 2017
Cast: Keanu Reeves, Thomas Sadoski, Ruby Rose
Director: Chad Stahelski
Studio: Summit Entertainment
Run time: 122 minutes
MPAA rating: R
MPAA explanation: strong violence throughout, some language and brief nudity
John Wick Chapter 2 is a pretty near perfect sequel. The action scenes, like the first film, are incredible and there is a decent story. There is a good balance of humor and drama. The film is pretty brutal, almost more so than the first. It didn't seem as frequently violent as the first, but the violence is just as strong and there is significantly more blood and gore. There is some female nudity, but it isn't shown in close detail. There is some language, but less than the first film. I would say some teens that can handle strong and graphic violence should be okay, but it depends on the teen. Overall, I thought John Wick Chapter 2 was a terrific action movie.
Parents need to know that, like the original John Wick, John Wick: Chapter 2 is an action-packed, very violent thriller about an assassin played by Keanu Reeves. Name a brutal act -- stabbing, point-blank shooting, bloody suicide via wrist-slashing -- and you'll likely find it here; the movie is nonstop gory mayhem. There's also some nudity (a full-frontal female shot, but it's filmed from afar, so it's hard to see details) and plenty of swearing (including "s--t," "f--k," and more), as well as some social drinking. And there are moments of wit and levity to provide much-needed breathers in what's otherwise a sea of brutality.
If there's a plot in this fun-but-too-gory follow-up to John Wick, it's not there to serve the narrative. Instead, it exists as a bar on which to hang all the bloodshed that the film unfurls in its ferocious, vicious glory -- which appears to be the point of this entire enterprise. Not more than five minutes (okay, maybe 10 in one spot) pass in between fights, confrontations, and face-offs.
Perhaps because they're a welcome break from the nonstop violence, the witty, sometimes weirdly funny moments that thread through the film (and the series -- the first John Wick was similar) are all the more appealing. For instance, there's a sequence in which a "sommelier" describes guns as if they were Chardonnays and Chiantis. And Reeves' brand of tight-lipped spy soldier is perfect for the franchise: He's brawny and conflicted, tough and empathetic, and very well-versed in the ways of weaponry.