7 days of #JohnWick
Day 1 (Part 3 (ii)
You can run, you can hide, but you can't escape from Baba Yaga!
Here,John Wick continuing the true badassery of his. His badassery and movements is just truly sexy and appealing. The WALK! The badass WALK he did when he press the bomb remote control. My gosh. How sexy and badass is that? And the shot the filmmaker chose, just his thighs and hands movements can be seen, gosh! Brilliant! And the music?Nostalghia went, "hey..eey..eey..eey..(can't really write the singing style), accompanying the walk Keanu did. Already the walk is too badass and sexy, and plus accompanied by the sexy and badass voice of Nostalghia? How to handle such sexiness and badassery of Keanu's walk? Oh gosh!
Then when the cars explodes, the lyrics goes, "How do you like me now? " how precise is that? That is a line for true badass.
Then when Iosef runs with his protector down the stairs, again, a bullet came from nowhere and hits his protector. Iosef keep looking around where is Wick so that he has a clue on where to run. Maybe he saw Wick, but can't do anything. John Wick is Baba Yaga! The man Boogeymen feared. He is the King of Boogeyman. He's just around there hunting you,but you can't see him. And the lyrics still goes, "How Do You Like Me Now?", until Baba Yaga finally appears and shot Iosef, first at the stomach,so that he couldn't move and can't do anything to save himself.
When Wick appears, the lyrics stops, just the sound of the music, and the sound of John Wick walking. You could hear the sound of his steps like Thunder, coming closer and closer to you. That's truly badass, makes you feel having fear for John Wick. He walks slow, closer and closer to Iosef, without saying a word, and not wasting any time at all to hear Iosef's crap, and he shoot Iosef right on the head. To me, Iosef had it easy, but then, John Wick just wanted to kill Iosef and shoot him. John Wick made Iosef feared for his life to max, and killed his peace at first, before shooting right in the head. Yes, he is Baba Yaga. The music of #Nostalghia and her voice, made me feel all of Wick's badassery and sexiness more.
7 days of John Wick
Day 1 (Part 3(i)) I'm Sorry that I have got to continue my Day 1 on Day 2 because I would to like to express about this music for this truly freaking badass scene from John Wick.
The song is called 'Who You Talkin' To Man' by Ciscandra Nostalghia.
Usually, I won't like a song background for a certain scene of movies because to me, that's overdone. But this one, for John Wick, is just so daaamn genius! The music is so badass and the sound of the guitar and overall music, gosh, truly follows the mood, the style, the pattern and the ultimate badassery of John. He is proving to the underworld people here, again, that he is the true Baba Yaga. When he shoots all those idiots who's protecting Iosef, no one knows where the bullets come from, and where is he at exactly, but they know, John Wick is here already. But where?
And the music, accompanied by Nostalghia's truly unique and also badass voice, truly follows the movement of Mr. Wick's true badassery, that is at the same time, tooo sexy and sultry..😍😚 With the music and song, I could truly feel even more of John Wick's badassery, and sexiness and movements. Not only me, read the comments on YouTube and other social media, people would say the music of this movie is damn great 💖💛💙 #keanureeves#johnwick#7daysofjohnwick#music#nostalghia#whoyoutalkingtoman#sexy#badass#macho#hot#love#keanureeves
🎬Today’s Film “Atomic Blonde”
Charlize Theron has played some badass characters in her career, such as Aeon Flux, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Fate and Furious. Now what she plays in this film is… badass again. Female MI6 agent was sent into Berlin to find a confidential document, a list which records the name of missing double agents. People say this film is the female version of “John Wick”, and I agree with it. Judging from Cinematography, choreography, and tone, all these elements have a similarity with John Wick franchise. It’s because of auteur: David Leitch’s filmmaking. This film has astonishing actions, cool and sexy Theron’s acting, and great supporting actors. However, I wasn’t satisfied with this film, or maybe just overestimated. The way they utilize songs like Baby Driver was intriguing, but what about other cinematic components? These are just the same pattern of John Wick. --