John Wick Parabellum Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.50/10 from 428000 votes
Tags: excommunicado
Alternate Names:
Title in Italiano:

John Wick 3 - Parabellum

Title in Português:

John Wick 3 - Implacável

Title in Français:

John Wick 3: Parabellum

Title in Türk:

John Wick 3: Parabellum

Title in Deutsch:

John Wick: Kapitel 3


John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum

John Wick is on the run for two reasons, as he is being hunted for a global $14 million dollar open contract on his life, and for breaking a central rule: taking a life on Continental Hotel grounds. The victim was a member of the High Table who ordered the open contract.

John should have already been executed, except the Continental's manager, Winston, has given him a one-hour grace period before he's 'Excommunicado' - membership revoked, banned from all services and cut off from other members.

John uses the service industry to stay alive as he fights and kills his way out of New York City.

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John Wick Parabellum
Take You Back
Frank Stallone: Writer
Sad Waltz
Anna Drubich: Writer
Anna Drubich: Performer
Pas de Deux/The Prince and the Sugar-Plum Fairy from The Nutcracker
Ninja Re Bang Bang
Yasutaka Nakata: Writer
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu: Performer
Winter from The Four Seasons
Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg's Time): 11. Srabande
Bullet Holes
Gavin Rossdale: Writer
Bush: Performer
Fra Holbergs Tid (From Holberg's Time): II. Sarabande
Pas de Deux/The Prince and the Sugar-Plum Fairy from 'The Nutcracker'
Grand Allegro
Søren Bebe: Performer
Yoga Dream Piano
Giordana Trivellato: Performer
Winter from 'The Four Seasons'
Antonio Vivaldi: Performer
Fra Holbergs Tid (From 'Holberg's Time'): II. Sarabande
Edvard Grieg: Performer
Parabellum (Opening Titles)
Tyler Bates: Performer
Tick Tock Mr. Wick
Tyler Bates: Performer
Taxi Ride
Tyler Bates: Performer
Tyler Bates: Performer
Rain Chase
Tyler Bates: Performer
Antique Gun Assembly
Tyler Bates: Performer
J.W. Horse Whisperer
Tyler Bates: Performer
Dance of the Two Wolves (Julia Aks)
Tyler Bates: Performer
The Adjudicator
Tyler Bates: Performer
Wick in Morocco
Tyler Bates: Performer
Kill What You Love
Tyler Bates: Performer
Continental Morocco
Tyler Bates: Performer
Desert Walk
Tyler Bates: Performer
Elder Tent Offering
Tyler Bates: Performer
He Shot My Dog
Tyler Bates: Performer
Grand Central Station
Tyler Bates: Performer
Cycle Samurais
Tyler Bates: Performer
The Glass House
Tyler Bates: Performer
Tyler Bates: Performer
Winter at the Continental
Tyler Bates: Performer
Shotgun Hot Tub
Tyler Bates: Performer
Glass House Fight
Tyler Bates: Performer
Zero vs. Wick
Tyler Bates: Performer
Really Pissed Off (End Credits)
Tyler Bates: Performer

User reviews

Joseph Miller

The blend of electronic beats and orchestral elements in the soundtrack creates a unique and modern sound that complements the film's visual style.

George King

The soundtrack effectively conveys the emotions and motivations of the characters, adding depth to their on-screen portrayal.

Anthony Jackson

The music enhances the suspense and thrill of the movie, making every scene more engaging.

Ashley Turner

The orchestral pieces in the soundtrack add depth and emotion to key moments in the story, providing a contrast to the high-energy tracks. This balance between intensity and emotion enriches the overall viewing experience.

James Miller

The music seamlessly transitions between high-energy action sequences and quieter, more emotional moments, enhancing the overall cinematic experience.

Andrew Williams

The use of electronic beats and orchestral elements in the soundtrack creates a unique and dynamic sound that enhances the tension and suspense throughout the movie. The composers did a fantastic job in crafting a score that not only mirrors John Wick's relentless pursuit but also adds depth to the emotional moments in the story.

Nancy Hall

The musical choices often felt generic and failed to enhance the emotional impact of crucial moments, making the overall viewing experience less engaging.

Melissa Martin

Some tracks seemed repetitive and did not effectively capture the essence of the characters or the plot, leaving a disconnect between the audience and the on-screen events.

George Lopez

The soundtrack features a diverse range of musical styles and genres, keeping the audience engaged and entertained throughout the movie.

Daniel Evans

The dynamic and pulsating rhythms in the music mirror John Wick's relentless pursuit and determination, creating a sense of urgency and drive.

James Turner

The use of electronic beats and pulsating rhythms in the soundtrack creates a modern and edgy atmosphere that complements John Wick's character and the world he inhabits. It adds a contemporary touch to the film.

Michael Jackson

The incorporation of diverse musical styles, from electronic to orchestral, showcases the versatility of the composers and their ability to adapt to different moods and tones within the film. It keeps the audience engaged and intrigued.

Anthony Lee

The memorable melodies and motifs in the soundtrack linger long after the movie ends, serving as a powerful reminder of the film's impact.