John Wick: Chapter 2
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Continuity mistake: In the opening scenes where he gets his mustang back, he hits the guy who comes over the roof and busts the windshield, but in the very next shot the windshield is pristine. (00:07:45)

Continuity mistake: When John and Cassian see each other through the fountain, they start to shoot at each other when the water comes back up. You hear the civilians around them start to scream and panic, but when the next shot cuts to John shooting through the water, the civilians are walking casually around calmly as if nothing is going on, but then in the next shot they are all running frantically. (01:17:45)

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Factual error: The entire NYC subway platform/subway knife fight between John Wick and Cassian appears to have been filmed in the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) system that goes between NYC and NJ rather than the Mass Transit Authority (MTA) subway system (you can actually see the PATH logo on the exterior of the train cars). The PATH does not go to any of the subway stations announced on the public address system during the knife fight. (01:18:45 - 01:22:50)

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Santino D'Antonio: John... you know what I think? I think you are addicted to it. To the vengeance! No wife. No life. No home... Vengance... it's all you have.

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Julius: I fail to recall the last time you were in Rome. And here I had heard you had returned.
John Wick: I have.
Julius: Then humor me with but one question. Are you here for the pope?
John Wick: No.

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Question: I got the movie on iTunes and there's a deleted scene where he goes to the Vatican. He gives Gianna's name, and a papal figure comes out. He tells him fortune favors the bold and sticks his hand out for John to kiss his ring. What's the significance of this scene?

Answer: It shows that high up members of the church are fully aware of the secret society of assassins, and even use them.

Question: Does anyone know the song that the string quartet was playing in the museum and who composed it?

Answer: String Quartet in A Major, Op. 55, No. 1, by Joseph Haydn.

Question: Was the final scene at the museum was supposed to be Santino's coronation as having his sister's spot in the high table? If so, shouldn't there have been more guards considering everyone else was also associated with the high table?

Answer: It was not meant to be his coronation, just a fancy art exhibit he was attending.

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