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So, there's been a number of times that I've tried counting the number of kills in "John Wick : Parabellum" (specifically where 'Sofia' and the dogs join him in the shootout/ fight scene) and I can't keep track because I keep getting sidetracked by the Aikido and dog orders being used in action!

I'm really tired and frustrated at myself!

Does anybody know?
 

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So, there's been a number of times that I've tried counting the number of kills in "John Wick : Parabellum" (specifically where 'Sofia' and the dogs join him in the shootout/ fight scene) and I can't keep track because I keep getting sidetracked by the Aikido and dog orders being used in action!

I'm really tired and frustrated at myself!

Does anybody know?

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If you want to watch them all in just 2mins then you can here: https://screenrant.com/john-wick-3-kill-count-video/
 

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Thorin Oakenshield

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Thanks, @JRockBlues!

So extrapolating for the data I specifically wanted, I make it 78-80 kills in that scene alone!!

Incredible!

It's my favourite multi action 'kill' scene on film of all time.

The use of animals, weapons and MMA is superb/ mind blowing!


I thought John wick 2 peaked too early. Parrabellum however was perfectly balanced in terms of Acton scenes.
 

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Joker. Phoenix was fantastic. I have no problems with it being a slow burner but thought the storyline was just ok.

You know, I think the problem with "Joker" (and thus why I can finally see why people say the story line is just 'ok'), is that nobody, it seems, has ever thought to do a backstory on this character! He, basically, just appears from nowhere!

It seems to me Phillips has tried a logical extension as to the current status of the character, but there's only so much of unlucky 'Arthur Fleck' the audience can take.

I mean, how far back do you go...?

Therefore, I think the hints were enough at this stage with more exploration to come, perhaps with 'Professor Jonathan Crane' as a side step whilst Margot Robbie continues to destroy 'Dr Harleen Quinzel' on screen?
 

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