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The boogeyman came back to life with a new name ... John Wick. A fun time mixed with stylish action, great one-liners and some world-building that served as a great start to a franchise.
I rewatched this again for the nth time, but this time after watching the Gotham tv series, and there were quite a few easter eggs and names that were dropped that I didn't catch the first time. Christopher Nolan really started a masterpiece with this movie and I am quite glad it started off one of the best trilogies till date (beat by perhaps only LOTR).
The movie was corny and cheesy at times, and maybe if it were introduced next year or last year it might have even done well, but the majority of people are fed up with remakes and sequels this year. This movie didn't really add on anything new to the MIB feel that Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones had in the first two movies.
While the plot/dialogue could have been improved, the CGI and action scenes were phenomenal. They brought in references from so many different Godzilla films and didn't just stop at visual elements but also auditory elements by combining the soundtracks (and even roars) of Godzilla through the ages! A must watch for any Godzilla fan!
An amazing followup to the first movie that spills into some of the backstory of how Wick "got out" of his job in the first place, and gives us a greater glimpse into this eccentric world of assassins.