John Wick: Chapters 1 & 2 Blu-ray £9.99 (Prime) £11.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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John Wick: Chapters 1 & 2 Blu-ray £9.99 (Prime) £11.98 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 21st Dec 2017
Two great action films on Blu-ray for under a tenner.
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I liked the first film but the second didn't hold a 'candle' to the first one.
Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 21st Dec 2017
I loved the first, but still loved the second. Hot price, might wait for the trilogy pack when it's eventually done though.
Christmas present to myself. I thought the second film was awesome. Ridiculously high body count. The fight choreography was brilliant. Who would win in a fight? Jason Bourne or John Wick?
Heat from me! Looks like my wife will have to endure/enjoy this tomorrow night!
seany19779 m ago

Christmas present to myself. I thought the second film was awesome. …Christmas present to myself. I thought the second film was awesome. Ridiculously high body count. The fight choreography was brilliant. Who would win in a fight? Jason Bourne or John Wick?


Neo
seany197752 m ago

Christmas present to myself. I thought the second film was awesome. …Christmas present to myself. I thought the second film was awesome. Ridiculously high body count. The fight choreography was brilliant. Who would win in a fight? Jason Bourne or John Wick?

The winner is He-Who-Is-Good-With-A-Pencil.
Voted hot for price. But I didn’t like the first film
Good parody films.
Sorry folks, but Bourne's much better.
(Wait for the backlash...)
If you have a chance, get it in 4K HDR. The conversion is super impressive and a great way of showing off a good telly.
FrugalFergal8 h, 19 m ago

If you have a chance, get it in 4K HDR. The conversion is super impressive …If you have a chance, get it in 4K HDR. The conversion is super impressive and a great way of showing off a good telly.



When you say 4K HDR is that different from the Bluray option?
StillTheFlyest9 h, 57 m ago

When you say 4K HDR is that different from the Bluray option?


In terms of visuals, very much so. I have a top end Samsung 4K HDR TV and most 4K movies look slightly better than Blu Ray to a point where you'd question spending thousands on a TV. However John Wick part 1 & 2 (as well as Lucy) are jaw droppingly good quality. It's as visually stunning as those 4K HDR TV demos that you see in places like John Lewis.

Both the John Wick movies are great but I'd urge anyone who has the proper equipment to buy the 4K HDR movies over the Blu Ray ones.
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