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Oliver Stone Criticizes ‘John Wick’ Movies and Extra

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(Left) Three-time Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone and spouse Sun-jung Jung attend the 2010 Governors Awards within the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland in Hollywood, CA, Saturday, November 13. Matt Petit / ©A.M.P.A.S. Copyright: ©A.M.P.A.S. (Right) Keanu Reeves as John Wick in ‘John Wick: Chapter 4.’ Photo Credit: Murray Close.

There aren’t many individuals who would need to go toe to toe with Keanu Reeves’ murderer character from the ‘John Wick’ franchise. But director Oliver Stone feels like he’s spoiling for a struggle –– or a disagreement, no less than.

Speaking to Variety on the Transilvania International Film Festival the place he was choosing up a lifetime achievement award, Stone was unflinching in his criticism of the motion movies the place Reeves cuts a swathe via varied enemies.

Stone on ‘John Wick’

Here’s what Stone needed to say in regards to the ‘Wick movies:

“I noticed ‘John Wick 4’ on the aircraft. Talk about quantity. I feel the movie is disgusting past perception. Disgusting. I don’t know what persons are pondering. Maybe I used to be watching ‘G.I. Joe’ after I was a child. But Keanu Reeves kills, what, three, 4 hundred folks within the f*****g movie. And as a fight veteran, I gotta inform you, not one in every of them is plausible. I notice it’s a movie, however it’s turn out to be a online game greater than a movie.”

It may sound shocking coming from the director of violent movies similar to ‘Natural Born Killers’, ‘Platoon’ and the author of 1983’s ‘Scarface’, however then a lot of his filmography has been in regards to the horrors of such actions.

Stone was additionally vocal when it got here to his emotions about trendy movies’ model:

“How many automobiles can crash? How many stunts are you able to do? What’s the distinction between ‘Fast and Furious’ and another movie? It’s only one factor after one other. Whether it’s a super-human Marvel character or only a human being like John Wick, it doesn’t make any distinction. It’s not plausible.”

He’s additionally indignant about the best way movies are made as of late:

“When they make movies now, they need to take into consideration how can we promote it, who’s going to observe it? Of course, that’s a consideration. But it turns into the only consideration. You actually need to have a much bigger and greater hit, which ruins the enterprise as a result of it makes the margins greater, and naturally that makes the price of the movie greater.”

Keanu Reeves as John Wick in 'John Wick: Chapter 4.'

Keanu Reeves as John Wick in ‘John Wick: Chapter 4.’ Photo Credit: Murray Close.

Going nuclear

In his personal profession, Stone hasn’t loved as a lot success as his Nineteen Eighties and Nineteen Nineties heyday, together with his dramatic movies failing to attach with audiences and struggles to get documentaries made as he’s more and more seen as a contrarian.

Most not too long ago, Stone needed to struggle to make a documentary referred to as ‘Nuclear Now’ about how nuclear energy has been unfairly vilified (regardless of the likes of occasions similar to Hiroshima and Chernobyl).

Here’s what he mentioned in regards to the frustrations of the brand new documentary:

“It was rejected. It was rejected at delivery. No financing. No firm needed to do it. No Netflix. It’s loopy. People in showbiz are idiots. They simply go along with the development; they simply go along with the style — it’s a vogue enterprise.”

Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone (right) presents director Jacques Audiard, "A Prophet (Une Prophete)" (left) with a certificate of nomination for the 82nd Academy Awards at a Foreign Language Film Award reception held in the Grand Lobby of the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA on Friday March 5, 2010. The Academy Awards for outstanding achievements of 2009 will be presented on Sunday, March 7, 2010. Credit/Provider ©A.M.P.A.S. ©A.M.P.A.S. All rights reserved.

Academy Award profitable director Oliver Stone (proper) presents director Jacques Audiard, “A Prophet (Une Prophete)” (left) with a certificates of nomination for the 82nd Academy Awards at a Foreign Language Film Award reception held within the Grand Lobby of the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA on Friday March 5, 2010. The Academy Awards for excellent achievements of 2009 will probably be introduced on Sunday, March 7, 2010. Credit/Provider ©A.M.P.A.S. ©A.M.P.A.S. All rights reserved.

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‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ is produced by Lionsgate, Thunder Road and 87Eleven, and scheduled for launch on March twenty fourth.

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