John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

Revealing mistake: During the escape after the crippling of Berrada, there's a sequence where one of Sofia's dogs gets under her legs and she pets him briefly before launching him to attack one of the bad guys biting him exactly in the crotch. She then shoots him twice in the face putting him out of his misery. Under the person's shirt you can see the squared profile of protective padding. (01:00:00)

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Revealing mistake: When John and his opponents fall through the glass floor, he ends up lying on the opponent who has a karambit in his hand, when John gets up he touches the blade and you can see that it's made of rubber as the blade bends and wiggles. (01:48:43)

Revealing mistake: When John redeems his crucifix "ticket," the crucifix is heated to glowing red and used to brand John between his shoulderblades, signifying that the "ticket" has been redeemed. As the crucifix is removed from his bare back, the freshly scorched flesh is inexplicably glowing for a moment before it fades to black. (00:31:34)

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Revealing mistake: After shooting Sofia's boss, they are making an escape through a hall with 4 firepits. Sofia orders the dog to attack, and it pounces on a baddie. The dog is chewing on the person's midsection, and you can see through his clothes the outline of the padded vest he is wearing to protect himself. (00:57:45)

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Trivia: The scene in which John pieces together a custom revolver using parts from various 19th century guns is a reference to the classic western "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." There's a scene in that film where the character Tuco does the exact same thing in a gun shop.


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Question: How was John expected to kill Winston? It's made clear killing anyone on continental grounds results in death, so why was the adjudicator insisting John kill Winston whilst inside the continental? Wouldn't he technically be excommunicado all over again for breaking the most important rule?

Answer: Winston had broken the rules by allowing John to escape in the first place before trying to kill him. This effectively nullified the Continental's immunity while Winston was in charge do to himself breaking the rules. Therefor, John would not be breaking any further rules by killing him on the Continental grounds as it had been desanctified, and thus John would have been cleaning it to allow it become such once more and clearing his own name.

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