Great deal for all three John Wick movies in 4K and Blu-ray.
Totally worth it #3 was amazing.
really, i though #3 was not that good, i reckon 1 was the best, 2 was also up there but with even more shooting but 3 was kind of a let down
No. 3 would have been a great movie if it was about 20-30 minutes shorter. The cinematography was excellent and the story was solid…..but the fight scenes were just too long.
Seriously, John Wick movies are all about the amazing fight scenes and all of the movies are class-leaders in that respect, but they're so long in #3 that they're actually boring.
I wouldn't go so far as to call it boring at any point, but it certainly had some pacing issues compared to the first two. There were times when the gaps between fights were a bit too long and then, when it got to them, the fights themselves were sometimes too long (especially the ending).
Still a fantastic movie, though - I love all 3 of these movies with a passion so intense it disturbs others and myself.
i do feel like they dragged it a bit too long, if it was 20-30 minutes shorter would have been great. But the best scenes was the glass house fight scen that scene was epic and no michael bay's explosion bs like the expandable
I thought that too on the first watch.
Give it another go
The second time was much better.
(…these movies are easy to watch over and over)
Agree. Awesome movie. At least as good as the first 2. Fight scenes were great. Especially the ones with dogs!
Fantastic trilogy! If you're not fussed about raw 4K quality, all 3 movies are on Netflix now.
So much carnage because of a car. If it didn’t star Reeves, it’d be a spoof.
wasn't it because of a dog?
Wasn't it because of a car and a dog? :D
Car wasn't for sale.
Love the movies, but will wait til they finish the story by John Wick Chapter 76 before buying :)
That price is gone right?
I can see $24 for regular blu ray and $82 for 4k
yes price has gone up
they are all on Netflix .. why would you buy it ?
They won't be in 4K or HDR on Netflix, and at the moment the bit-rate on Netflix has been reduced to "crappy".
And they won't stay on Netflix forever either.