John Wick (2014)

❞Don't set him off.❞
GenreAction, Thriller
LanguageHU, EN, RU
Runtime101 minutes
Rating6.9 / 10 (4731 Votes)
HomepageOfficial Site
CompanySummit Entertainment, Warner Bros., 87Eleven, DefyNite Films, MJW Films

Informations for John Wick (2014)

Ex-hitman John Wick comes out of retirement to track down the gangsters that took everything from him.
Keanu ReevesKeanu ReevesJohn Wick
Michael NyqvistMichael NyqvistViggo Tarasov
Alfie AllenAlfie AllenIosef Tarasov
Adrianne PalickiAdrianne PalickiMs. Perkins
Bridget MoynahanBridget MoynahanHelen Wick
Dean WintersDean WintersAvi
Ian McShaneIan McShaneWinston
John LeguizamoJohn LeguizamoAurelio
Willem DafoeWillem DafoeMarcus
David Patrick KellyDavid Patrick KellyCharlie
Randall Duk KimRandall Duk KimContinental Doctor
Lance ReddickLance ReddickHotel Manager / Charon
Munro M. BonnellMunro M. BonnellPriest
Omer BarneaOmer BarneaGregori
Toby Leonard MooreToby Leonard MooreVictor
Daniel BernhardtDaniel BernhardtKirill
Bridget ReganBridget ReganAddy
Keith JardineKeith JardineKuzma
Tait FletcherTait FletcherNicholai
Thomas SadoskiThomas SadoskiOfficer Jimmy
Clarke PetersClarke PetersHarry
Kevin NashKevin NashFrancis
Gameela WrightGameela WrightDelivery Woman
Vladislav KoulikovVladislav KoulikovPavel
Patricia SquirePatricia SquireElderly Woman
Vladimir TroitskyVladimir TroitskyTeam Leader
Scott TixierScott TixierViolinist
Kazy TauginasKazy TauginasIvan
Alexander FrekeyAlexander FrekeyAlexander
Carolyn BlairCarolyn BlairRed Circle Club Goer (uncredited)
Samantha CrawfordSamantha CrawfordRed Circle Club Goer (uncredited)
Tommy BayiokosTommy BayiokosRussian Sniper (uncredited)
Nadia KayNadia KayHot Girl (uncredited)
Natalia KiriyaNatalia KiriyaRed Circle Model (uncredited)
PosterNameDept & Job
David LeitchDavid LeitchDept : Production
Job : Producer
Chad StahelskiChad StahelskiDept : Directing
Job : Director
Basil IwanykBasil IwanykDept : Production
Job : Producer
Mike WitherillMike WitherillDept : Production
Job : Producer
Jonathan SelaJonathan SelaDept : Camera
Job : Director of Photography
Tyler BatesTyler BatesDept : Sound
Job : Original Music Composer
Elísabet RonaldsdóttirElísabet RonaldsdóttirDept : Editing
Job : Editor
Jessica KellyJessica KellyDept : Production
Job : Casting
Suzanne SmithSuzanne SmithDept : Production
Job : Casting
Dan LeighDan LeighDept : Art
Job : Production Design
Luca MoscaLuca MoscaDept : Costume & Make-Up
Job : Costume Design
Eva LongoriaEva LongoriaDept : Production
Job : Producer
Chad StahelskiChad StahelskiDept : Production
Job : Producer
Kevin Scott FrakesKevin Scott FrakesDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Stephen HamelStephen HamelDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Tara MorossTara MorossDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Keanu ReevesKeanu ReevesDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Andrew C. RobinsonAndrew C. RobinsonDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Raj Brinder SinghRaj Brinder SinghDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Jared UnderwoodJared UnderwoodDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
Mike UptonMike UptonDept : Production
Job : Executive Producer
C.J. SimpsonC.J. SimpsonDept : Art
Job : Art Direction
Susan BodeSusan BodeDept : Art
Job : Set Decoration
Kerrie SmithKerrie SmithDept : Costume & Make-Up
Job : Hairstylist
Kat PercyKat PercyDept : Costume & Make-Up
Job : Hairstylist
Stephen M. KelleyStephen M. KelleyDept : Costume & Make-Up
Job : Makeup Department Head
Kristen FicaraKristen FicaraDept : Art
Job : Art Department Coordinator
Raul AbregoRaul AbregoDept : Art
Job : Assistant Art Director
Carl BaldassoCarl BaldassoDept : Art
Job : Assistant Art Director
Dennis MoyesDennis MoyesDept : Art
Job : Assistant Art Director
Vinny MazzarellaVinny MazzarellaDept : Crew
Job : Property Master
John C. StuverJohn C. StuverDept : Editing
Job : Dialogue Editor
James CarrollJames CarrollDept : Sound
Job : Foley
Paul PirolaPaul PirolaDept : Sound
Job : Foley
Alan RankinAlan RankinDept : Sound
Job : Sound Designer
James BoltJames BoltDept : Sound
Job : Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Andy KoyamaAndy KoyamaDept : Sound
Job : Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Martyn ZubMartyn ZubDept : Sound
Job : Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Mark P. StoeckingerMark P. StoeckingerDept : Sound
Job : Supervising Sound Editor
Drew JiritanoDrew JiritanoDept : Crew
Job : Special Effects Coordinator
Mark NeysmithMark NeysmithDept : Crew
Job : CG Supervisor
Nigel MendozaNigel MendozaDept : Crew
Job : Visual Effects Editor
Jake BraverJake BraverDept : Visual Effects
Job : Visual Effects Supervisor
Jeff CampbellJeff CampbellDept : Visual Effects
Job : Visual Effects Supervisor
Darrin PrescottDarrin PrescottDept : Crew
Job : Stunt Coordinator
Bill AlmeidaBill AlmeidaDept : Lighting
Job : Gaffer
Eric BoncherEric BoncherDept : Lighting
Job : Gaffer
Duane ManwillerDuane ManwillerDept : Crew
Job : Second Unit Cinematographer
Tim NormanTim NormanDept : Camera
Job : Camera Operator
Steve KosterSteve KosterDept : Camera
Job : Helicopter Camera
Matthew T. RodgersMatthew T. RodgersDept : Camera
Job : Helicopter Camera
Gregory W. SmithGregory W. SmithDept : Camera
Job : Steadicam Operator
Clay LiversidgeClay LiversidgeDept : Lighting
Job : Rigging Gaffer
Kenn HamiltonKenn HamiltonDept : Costume & Make-Up
Job : Costume Supervisor
David LeitchDavid LeitchDept : Directing
Job : Director
James McTeigueJames McTeigueDept : Production
Job : Producer
BRJohn Wick 1 - De Volta Ao Jogo
HNJohn Wick
USJohn Wick 1
CountryRelease DateRating
KR2015-01-21청소년 관람 불가

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Review by Per Gunnar Jonsson
This is very much my kind of movie. Straightforward, lots of good action, our hero never waivers from his path and no social or emotional nonsense. Those who have watched the movie might wonder why I claim that there is not emotional nonsense since the entire plot is driven by John Wick’s very emotional response to his wife’s death and the subsequent killing of the dog that he received as a last present from her. What I mean with “no emotional nonsense” is that John Wick is never second guessing himself, the movie never really tries to portray him as an “ordinary” guy having second thoughts about killing the bad guys and he doesn’t go into some silly “oh should I really pull the trigger” trance and drops the gun in the worst possible moments as is done in a lot of movies. Sure, there are emotions in this movie. Rage and thirst for revenge in particular with the addition of a healthy dose of fear from the bad guys…eventually that is. The plot of the movie is, as I... Readmore »
Review by Andres Gomez
I don't get why this movie has such good reviews. It simple and quite uninteresting. Lots of actions and well known faces (many from TV series), but nothing else. The same old brainless plot to justify tons of bullets.
Review by John Chard
Woof! Keanu Reeves is the John Wick of the title, a grieving one man army who gets tipped over the edge when gangsters kill his dog. Carnage ensues. The paying public do like a good revenge flick, there have been plenty this last couple of decades, and they do go down well. Once the set-up has been staged - Wick grieves at the loss of his loved one - gets some small joy via a pet - only to have that snatched away from him, then the film becomes a joyously unstoppable actioner. Wick, in good hands with a moody and beefy Reeves (face fuzz strange, though) strong in presence, cuts a swathe through the gangland eastern blockers. And that's pretty much it! Characterisations are thin on the ground, it's a bit nutty and of course preposterous, but boy is it fun. There you go, a box office winning actioner without pretensions. Enjoy. 7/10
Review by CuriousAstronaut
~NO SPOILERS~ John Wick is an excellent revenge action movie that raises the bar with its excellent lighting, cinematography, and martial arts displays from Keanu. Mr Wick spends the rest of the film getting even with a mob boss for the actions of his son who killed his dog and stole his car. As far as the plot goes, its pretty simple but there is a lot of depth to the world. Reeves displays a decent amount of acting range here, but his real talent is bringing bad guys down one headshot at a time. Its glorious to see him smack a guy over the head, hold him down while reloading, and then take him out. The best thing about this film is the lack of shaky cam-- you can see all the action happening clearly. This is made possible by the dedication of the actors in their martial arts training. Support films like this, they are a rare breed these days!
Review by Shreyance Parakh
**Pure action** John Wick - it's that kind of a character whose name is enough to inflict terror in the minds of people. And whoever isn't terrified doesn't mean that they're better, it just means that they don't know JOHN WICK. It definitely isn't the first character of it's kind, but very few characters of this kind convince you that they are what they are supposed to be. Let's just say that John Wick kicks a** and he is pretty awesome at that. I can't think of anyone else to be John Wick other than Keanu Reeves, the guy's living the character on screen. The hand to hand combat, usage of knives and guns, the action, it all seems poetic at times. The thing I loved the most is that there wasn't too much noise, no Boom Boom, just the Bang Bang, exactly what you'd expect from a hit-man. The cinematography, dialogues, background score, direction, action, everything was just what a movie like this needs. It ticked all the right boxes for me and I think every action movie fan w... Readmore »