After killing the Elder, John Wick started a war with the entire ecosystem. He is trying to escape his violent life but is only succeeding in becoming more and more entrapped. He is still determined to kill everyone so that he can have a regular life afterwards, even though every assassin and tracker is on the search for him right now.

As Killa, a villain taken straight out of a James Bond film, Scott Adkins is unrecognizable but incredibly entertaining. Donnie Yen’s sleek and precise acting as Caine frequently steals the show, which justifies a spin-off for him. Marko Zaror and Hiroyuki Sanada are two more legendary martial artists whose particular fighting styles are unmistakable.


The “John Wick” series has always been explicit and definite in what it offers, and Chapter 4’s premise is no exception. The fact that it keeps its heart in the right place, despite all the events around it, makes it the best movie in the franchise so far. Every part has laboured to love and worship the concept of an assassin willing to kill people to live everyday life as he promised his deceased wife and dog.

As the elegant bad guy Marquis, Bill Skarsgrd is threateningly balanced. He begs to be eliminated in the most violent manner possible. The mysterious Mister Nobody and his stubborn canine friend Shamier Anderson are a wild card in the mix. With several noteworthy sequences, Rina Sawayama makes her cinematic debut. Keanu Reeves, though, carries the movie on his stoic shoulders, and his actions continue to scream louder than words with a constant desire to push the ante.

Wide frames without frantic cuts are possible because this elite cast enables complicated battle scenes. The effects are stunning, with sequences cleverly shot to frequently make JW4 play out like a live-action video game, perfectly capturing this franchise’s tone and vibe.

Rating – Three out of five stars.

Keanu Reeves ensures you don’t leave the theater with any complaints as John Wick: Chapter 4 delivers far more than it promises. You cannot look away from the screen for even a minute throughout the two 30-minute sessions. JW4’s incredible stunt performers pull off countless jaw-dropping feats, showcasing their essential contribution to the entertainment business. All of these factors make up its rating scale of Four out of five stars.

Chad Stahelski is the director. The producers are Chad Stahelski, Basil Iwanyk, Erica Lee, and Erica Li. Lance Reddick, Bill Skarsgard, Donnie Yen, Laurence Fishburne, and Keanu Reeves are among the cast members. The release date was March 24, 2023. It will eventually become formally accessible on the OTT platform.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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