Are you a fan of John Wick? If so, you can find plenty of similar shows and movies you might like as well—though they may not all star Keanu Reeves. Not too long ago, you might not have thought of Keanu Reeves as an action star. Sure, he tried his luck playing roles in films like Point Break, but it wasn't until he landed a starring role in The Matrix before we could really see his action movie chops. While those films were more sci-fi than straight-up action, that didn't hold Reeves back, which is clearly evident if you have ever watched John Wick or its sequel. Now, if you want more action-packed entertainment like John Wick, you might try some of the top assassin movies or a show from the list below.
Fortunately, there's a great deal of amazing films and TV series to choose from if you need to fill the void left while waiting for another entry in the John Wick franchise. Don't worry, this list has got you covered with suggestions including Luc Besson's Leon: The Professional and one of Hong Kong's action kings John Woo's best films, The Killer. Whether you like a good revenge movie or a captivating crime series, you'll find plenty to check out when it comes to movies and shows similar to John Wick.
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