In Chapter 4 of John Wick, Keanu Reeves says how many words? 

As John Wick, Keanu Reeves isn't renowned for giving lengthy monologues, but in Chapter 4, he says surprisingly little. 

Yes, I believe it won't surprise you to learn that the amazing Keanu Reeves plays the character John Wick, who is a man of few words. 

As John Wick, Keanu Reeves isn't renowned for giving lengthy monologues, but in Chapter 4, he says surprisingly little. 

Though, to be fair, the character of John Wick is more akin to Clint Eastwood's vintage Western cowboys than Charlie Chaplin, it would be difficult to persuade you of that. 

However, you might be surprised by how little, or how many, words Keanu Reeves says in the recently released John Wick: Chapter 4. Fortunately, The Wall Street Journal has our backs and has counted each and every word that Wick says in Chapter 4.

John Wick speaks 380 words in total during the 169-minute movie, with almost one-third of those being a single word. Ten percent of those words are used in the trailer. 

According to the same WSJ article, Wick's longest line is when he says, "You and I left a good life behind a long time ago, my friend," to Shimazu Koji (played by Hiroyuki Sanada).

However, how did we go from a talkative Baba Yaga to a more subdued Wick? For that adjustment, you can thank Keanu Reeves directly. All of the John Wick movies have been directed by Chad Stahelski, 

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