John wick

Executive Summary

Pass/Consider/Recommend/Highly Recommend


Explanation: John Wick is a compelling action thriller with a strong protagonist, a unique world, and well-executed action sequences. While there is room to further explore the motivations of the antagonists and delve deeper into John's emotional journey, the screenplay's strengths outweigh its weaknesses, making it a highly recommendable project.

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Genres: The, list, of, genres, for, the, movie, is:, Drama, Action, Romance, Thriller, Crime

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Overview: The screenplay for John Wick demonstrates strong elements in character development, premise clarity, and emotional depth. However, there are opportunities for improvement in pacing, emotional resolution, and nuanced character exploration.

Themes: Grief and Loss, Revenge, Redemption, Violence and Death, Friendship and Loyalty

Conflict and Stakes: Primary conflicts and stakes are not provided in the provided context

Comparable Scripts:

  • Taken
  • The Equalizer
  • John Rambo
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Writer's Voice

Summary:The writer's voice throughout the screenplay is characterized by minimalistic and concise writing, sparse dialogue, and atmospheric description. The writer emphasizes action and physical details over exposition, and the tone varies from somber and pensive to tense and gritty.

Best representation: Scene 16 - John Wick Takes Out Viktor. Scene 16 is the best representation of the writer's unique voice because it exemplifies the concise and straightforward writing style. The dialogue is minimalistic, and the scene descriptions are visually descriptive and action-oriented, creating a sense of urgency and immediacy.

Memorable Lines:

  • John: My name is John Wick. You took my car. You killed my dog. Where is Iosef? (Scene 18)
  • Viggo: Iosef... my son... is worth less than this... far less... treasures reduced to ash... (Scene 27)
  • Viggo: For me to die like this...BECAUSE OF HIM...would be unfortunate. (Scene 28)
  • John: Just because I'm good at killin'... doesn't mean I like it all that much. (Scene 23)
  • Marcus: "It’s always 'just' something, John." (Scene 24)
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