John Wick is forced back into action because of a blood oath he made to try and escape the assassin life in John Wick Chapter 2, which does everything a great sequel should do to expand the world and up the action.
To celebrate Chinese New Year, the Everything Action crew is watching the Bruce Lee classic Way of the Dragon this month, which features his legendary battle against the one and only Chuck Norris.
When he refuses to help an old associate take over an international assassins guild, John Wick finds himself with a price on his head in next year’s second entry of the John Wick saga.
When someone is trying to forcibly take over the assassin’s guild John Wick retired from, he’s forced by a blood oath go back in action in Rome, Italy to stop them in next year’s John Wick: Chapter Two.
The key ingredient of any good action movie is an awesome death for the main villain. Getting comeuppance for all the shit they’ve put our hero through over the course of the movie is usually the highlight of the movie and we’re giving our picks for the ten most elaborate, gruesome and unusual deaths of villains in action movie history
Ralph Fiennes stars in, and makes his directing debut, in a modern updating of the Shakespeare play “Coriolanus”, about a Roman general who is forced out of Rome and seeks revenge with the help of one of his most hated enemies.
We check out what’s new on DVD and Blu Ray this week including JJ Abrams fantastic relaunch of the Star Trek franchise.