After 2014’s John Wick surprised everyone by merging the slickness of modern action and the absurdity and ultraviolence of the ’80s, its sequel was all but guaranteed to up the ante in almost every way possible. Released this past weekend, John Wick: Chapter 2 didn’t disappoint. As described by our own Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, the movie’s action “is entertainingly surreal,” with “blood splatters and brain matter paint[ing] the walls of a gallery like a Jackson Pollock canvas.”
The original spawned a multitude of pieces on Wick’s kill count, but none so elaborate as Australian designer George Hatzis. Over at Visu, Hatzis brought Wick’s badassery to vivid life with a colorful chart breaking down the action by scene, weapon, accuracy, shots fired, head shots, and kill count (the total was 77).
Well, now he’s done the same for John Wick: Chapter 2, a film that makes the slaughter of its predecessor downright quaint. Yep, although Wick’s accuracy was 6 percent lower here, he racked up 128 kills in the sequel using a greater variety of weaponry (including, amazingly, a pencil). See the whole thing below:
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