Keanu Reeves, left, and Common in a scene from "John Wick: Chapter 2."
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LOS ANGELES: Before you buy a ticket to see "John Wick: Chapter 2," the improbably fun sequel to the implausibly good "John Wick," you might want to ask yourself how much tolerance you have for gun shots to the head, because there are a lot of those in "John Wick: Chapter 2," more than you might think possible in a single movie.In a skull-crushingly loud sequence involving multiple men getting tossed off car hoods, John Wick (Keanu Reeves) retrieves his Mustang from the crooks holding it hostage (allowing for some knowingly extreme exposition about just how scary this guy is). It's like a bonus "final scene" from the first film that gives closure to John's revenge mission and reminds us of his folk hero legend status. Reeves is in top form as the perpetually unruffled John Wick.Both "John Wick" films are sendups of the tasteless excess of B-action pics and all-out celebrations of their vulgarity.
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