John Wick Chapter 2 Shortly (about four days) after the events of John Wick, former assassin John Wick tracks down his stolen 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 at a chop shop owned by Abram Tarasov, brother of Viggo and uncle of Iosef. John dispatches Tarasov’s men in a violent fight that heavily damages his car. He then spares Tarasov under the auspices of “peace” and returns home. More Videos Here http://rjsmovie.co/movies.
John Wick Chapter 2 After Aurelio takes John’s Mustang for repairs, John is visited by Italian crime lord Santino D’Antonio. It is revealed that to complete his “impossible task” – which allowed him to retire and marry Helen – John asked D’Antonio for help. As a form of contract, D’Antonio swore John to a “Marker”, an unbreakable promise symbolized by a “blood oath” medallion. D’Antonio presents the medallion to demand services from John, but John refuses, claiming that he is “retired”. In retaliation, D’Antonio destroys John’s house with a grenade launcher.
Winston, the owner of the Continental hotel in New York City, reminds John that if he rejects the Marker, he will be violating one of the two unbreakable rules of the underworld: no killing on Continental grounds, and Markers must be honored. John accepts his commitment and meets with D’Antonio, who tasks him with assassinating his sister Gianna D’Antonio so he can claim her seat on the “High Table,” a council of high-level crime lords. D’Antonio sends Ares, his personal bodyguard, to follow and keep an eye on John.
John Wick Chapter 2 is forced out of retirement by a former associate looking to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to aid him, Wick travels to Rome and does battle against some of the world’s most dangerous killers.
John Wick: Chapter 2 After John returns to New York City, D’Antonio opens a $7 million contract for John’s death, leading numerous assassins to attack him (unsuccessfully). Cassian confronts John once again in the subway. John wins the ensuing fight, but spares Cassian’s life out of professional respect. Injured and desperate, John seeks help from the underground crime lord The Bowery King, whose subordinates treat his injuries and guide him to D’Antonio’s location. John kills D’Antonio’s men and brutally stabs Ares after an intense fight, leaving her immobilized, but D’Antonio is able to escape to the Continental. D’Antonio makes it clear that he intends to seek indefinite refuge there, and John, despite Winston’s warning, shoots and kills D’Antonio.