R | | Action, Crime, Thriller
The shotgun John Wick uses towards the end of the film is a Kel-Tec KSG.
Good to see you John.
John Wick: Charlie...
Charlie: You look good. And here I'd feared you'd left all this behind.
During the gun battle at the pool / night club, the gunshots are CGI. The evidence is twofold: first the smoke dissipates far too quickly - almost instantaneously. With so many shots within an enclosed space, there would be some wafting smoke. Look in slow motion to see number two: the gun blast does not match the trajectory of the shot even if there is blood spatter. An easy illustration is when Wick shoots a guy hiding behind a column, by first shooting him in the toe. The gun blast is not aligned at the foot. There are other examples. It is far less evident that there is a problem, if the blast aligns with the gun, rather than making it explode toward the target. Everyone looks at the gun fire, and then looks to see where the shot hits.
English, Russian, Hungarian
$14,415,922 (USA) (13 January 2015)
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