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John Wick Famously Ended An Overused Action Movie Trend

John Wick became renowned for putting an end to a worn-out trend in action movies, marking a significant shift in the genre's direction.

The premise of John Wick—a hitman seeking vengeance for his dog's death—initially appears both dark and commercially risky.

When Keanu Reeves initially expressed interest in John Wick, many involved were anxious that the portrayal of killing a puppy might push boundaries too much.

'John Wick: Chapter 4' is poised to become the franchise's most successful installment yet, earning early rave reviews from critics.

Action films, despite criticism for explosions and melodrama, deliver some of the most immersive cinematic experiences.

In 'John Wick: Chapter 4,' the climactic sequence unfolds as a relentless Parisian battle against bounty hunters, aiming to stop John's journey to Sacré-Cœur.

A three-part battle spans Paris: streets and buildings of Montmartre, traffic near Arc de Triomphe, and the iconic Montmartre stairs with 222 steps.

John watches sunrise, wounded. Later, Bowery and Winston visit graves: Helen Wick's and John Wick's, casualties of the duel with Caine.

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