Richard Nixon, now Donald Trump (via Jeff Sessions), tried to impose law and order on unruly America. However, from the get-go, with the misfit Puritans, the ethos was outlaw. Sure, the Puritans were super controllers. But it was their version of the law they were imposing.
So, it should be no surprise that the money shot in terms of Hollywood is this: An assassin (John Wick) and his dog (pit bull with no name). In an era of declining box office receipts, the film "John Wick, Chapter Two), pulled in $30 million the first weekend. Here's the coverage in Bloomberg.
This was put in play by the killing of the assassin's puppy in the original movie. The sequel was all about revenge. Law and order is supposed to be about justice. Not revenge. But, hey, revenge creates great art. Think the feud in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." And revenge makes for great movie revenue.
Now, with the dog with no name and Wick himself in a peril, there will have to be a "John Wick Chapter Three." We need to save the dog. And most of us wish Wick well.
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