He is John Wick, the man who refuses to die. His enemies do the dying, violently.
The movie immediately follows up where it ended in the first chapter and takes us back to the aftermath of the showdown that ended all showdowns.
This time around John must do what he must do and his deed brings global wrath to his door.
Fighting his way out across the globe to get back home brings him to a point of a deadly decision that will change the course of his life!
Series: 2 Movies
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Four days after the events of the first film, former assassin John Wick (Keanu Reeves) tracks down his stolen 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 at a chop shop owned by Abram Tarasov (Peter Stormare), brother of Viggo and uncle of Iosef.
John dispatches Tarasov’s men in a violent fight that heavily damages the Mustang.
He then spares Tarasov under the auspices of peace and returns home.
After Aurelio (John Leguizamo) takes John’s Mustang for repairs, John is visited by Italian crime lord Santino D’Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio).
It is revealed that to complete his “impossible task”—which allowed him to retire and marry Helen—John asked Santino for help.
As a form of contract, Santino swore John to a “Marker,” an unbreakable promise symbolized by a “blood oath” medallion.
Santino presents the medallion to demand services from John, but John refuses, claiming that he is retired.
In retaliation, Santino destroys John’s house with a grenade launcher.
Winston (Ian McShane), the owner of the Continental hotel in New York City, reminds John that if he rejects the Marker, he will be violating one of the two unbreakable rules of the underworld: no killing on Continental grounds, and Markers must be honored.
John accepts his commitment and meets with Santino, who tasks him with assassinating his sister Gianna (Claudia Gerini) so he can claim her seat on the “High Table,” a council of high-level crime lords. Santino sends Ares (Ruby Rose), his personal bodyguard, to surveil John.