You say that like it is a bad thing.

John Wick: Chapter 2, a string of elaborate bullet ballets with only trace elements of a plot, is hardcore gun pornography, pure and simple. And when the imagery faded (along with the hoots ‘n’ hollers of the audience) I felt sunk in a crater of guilt, choking on a miasma of shame.

This specific film may seem like an unfair place to shout “enough!” but its clear indication of intelligence is, in a weird way, doubly irksome. This is a movie that wants to have its shotgun blast to the head and eat it, too. 
John Wick: Chapter 2 is a shameful example of Hollywood gun pornography.

So basically it is a good action movie. Just because it made you dump a load in your sensitivity diapers, does not mean we care about your feelings.

I’ll catch it when it comes in PPV.

7 Replies to “You say that like it is a bad thing.”

    1. You mean to tell us that you haven’t seen The Professional?
      Be prepared for a crazy ride.

      One point; The guy – Keith Glascoe – who played the part of Benny “What do you mean,,, everyone?… EVERYONE!!!” was lost on 9/11.
      Besides being an actor, he was a FDNY firefighter.

  1. That was the most sissified, twisted knickers, pearl clutching, hankie waving, case of the vapors I’ve read in quite awhile.

    If he was upset anymore than he was, he’d need a paper bag to breathe into to quell his hyperventilation while the ambulance was on the way.

    Some actually wonder these days if we did the right thing by saving the British Empire during WW2.

  2. Loved John wick! One of the best action movies I’ve ever seen. The ending was stupid, but definitely a great flick.

    Since Kearneu can’t act this movie was perfect for him. Like the director just said, “don’t say anything, just shoot.”

  3. The reference to John wick and gun pornography has triggered me… Now I got to go hit the range!

    Oh why doesn’t the word “triggered” trigger the snowflakes?

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