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John Wick: Chapter 4

John Wick: Chapter 4

Language: English
Rating: 8.2
Plot: Condemned by the tyrannical High Table to be on the run for the rest of his life, deadly assassin maestro John Wick (2014) embarks on a Sisyphean mission of suicidal fury to decide his fate after the merciless carnage in John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (2019). At last, John's violent journey, fuelled by vengeance and grief, ultimately leads him to a fateful confrontation with his former employers, the crime masters that forced him into exile. And as the blood-stained vendetta to destroy those who pull the strings continues, old companions face the brutal consequences of friendship, and all-powerful, well-connected adversaries emerge to bring Wick's head on a platter. But talk is cheap--now guns have the final say. Can Baba Yaga, the grim messiah of death, make every bullet count in this bloody, once-and-for-all struggle for freedom?—Nick Riganas

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Online:5/24/2023 8:42 PM  8 days ago
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Production type:Transcript (By listening)
Release type:Web
Rated:10/10 from2 users
Voted as Good by:2 users

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"I am the way
into the city of woe.

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"I am the way into eternal pain.

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"I am the way
to go among the lost.

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"Before me, there were
no created things.

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"But those that last forever.


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