John Wick Chapter 4 Movie Review: For the fans of Hollywood action, thriller films, such a film has been released this week, which they have been eagerly waiting for a long time. The previous three films of the John Wick series did tremendous business at the ticket window and garnered rave reviews from the critics as well. In such a situation, the last film of the series i.e. Chapter 4 has been released, so the enthusiasm of the fans is worth watching.
Lionsgate’s big-ticket franchise (John Wick) stars established stars like global icon Keanu Reeves. The special thing is that Chapter 4 which has more action than the previous three films. In this story, Winston appears to be a master of revenge, some scenes of the film are remembered by the audience even after watching the film. Audiences were crazed to see Keanu Reeves’ killer seek revenge against Winston. The film flashes back to past events when John was left for dead.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum was released in 2019. where Reeves’ killer fell from the top of the Continental Hotel after being betrayed by his confidante, Winston.
About three and a quarter hours long, this film is a wonderful film of the John Wick franchise, which you should not miss. Chad Stahelski, the director of the film, has to be praised that he kept the level of action from the first scene to the last scene. This film full of bloodshed has been kept on such a track, due to which the audience continuously finds itself connected with the story, this is the biggest feature of director Stahelski. Most of the scenes in the film have been shot in dark light, which makes the characters look more menacing. At the same time, the amount of praise for the action scenes of the film will be less. Cain (Donnie Yen) has done a fantastic job. If you have seen the previous films of the franchise then definitely watch this film.
Lionsgate and PVR Pictures have released the film simultaneously in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
Keanu Reeves starrer film John Wick Chapter 4 delivers much more than it promises. Film directed by Chad Stahelski. Read the full review here.