From the Twitch Live Stage at New York Comic Con 2017, IMDb LIVE host Kevin Smith talks to Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada about the development of the Marvel franchise, his history at Comic Con and more.
In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X, somewhere on the Mexican border. However, Logan's attempts to hide from the world, and his legacy, are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
The "Broad Street Bound C Train" that John Wick rides is actually a PATH train that goes between The Freedom Tower in lower Manhattan and Exchange Place in Jersey City, NJ. See more »
There are several mistakes when Cassian chases John Wick though the subway station.
They both board a NY/NJ Path train, However, the train announcer says it is a "Broad Street bound C train", which it cannot be if it is a NY/NJ Path train. Also, the trains that terminate at Broad Street are the J and Z trains, not C.
The NY/NJ Path train only has stops in Manhattan between Christopher through 33rd Streets, and separately, directly to the World Trade Center. NY/NJ Path train does not stop at any of the stops mentioned by the train announcer (Canal Street; Rector Street; Broad Street); and the several stops mentioned as "next stops" do not follow each other: Rector Street does not follow Canal Street; Broad Street does not follow Rector Street. See more »
Don't believe the hype. John Wick: Chapter 2 is not as nearly as good as almost everyone is portraying it to be. It's a generic movie with a dumb story line. Action is very repetitive - I got full-fed with it after seeing first two action scenes.
Best this movie has to offer is close combat, toe-to-toe fight. John employs a lot of jujitsu. Of course he can handle fifty heavy armed marksman with only a pistol. Imagine living in a world without police and emotional guilt of any kind. That's a John Wick's world; a dream-world of any teenager. Nobody in John Wick 2 displays any other emotion other than desire to kill. This makes acting non-impressive, characters forgettable and generic.
And why does almost every location look like a pagan temple? Why does every character look like a brainwashed pagan high-priest? Soundtrack doesn't help it neither; it makes everything feel more unnatural. This is an R rated movie made for 10 year old's.
If you've already seen the original, you won't see anything you haven't seen before. If you haven't seen it, ignore the second part and see the original.
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