August 19, 2022

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A rolling fire of action!

A rolling fire of action!

Back-firing, brilliant, breathtaking and downright hilarious. no doubt, Bullet train Action movie of the summer… and maybe even of the year.

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Boarding immediately. Direction: Tokyo, the fastest train in the world, crosses the path of five murderers in a particularly violent way. One thing is for sure… they won’t all make it to the terminus alive.

A very restless train ride for Brad Pitt.

Photo courtesy Sony Pictures Publicity

A very restless train ride for Brad Pitt.

Brad Pitt becomes the focal point Bullet train, unfortunately giving her traits to a legendary hitman—Ladybug (code name, of course). Accepting a new contract at short notice, he quickly realized that what he had promised to be a routine mission would take on unsuspected proportions.

Because his road is full of dangerous stunts, thrilling fights, confusing twists and many hilarious gags, dark humor is an integral part of the plot.

Of course, reality strikes repeatedly throughout Bullet train. But we happily accept it in the name of entertainment, instantly enchanted by David Leitch’s muscular and earthy proposition.

Interesting fact: The filmmaker learned his skills as a stuntman in mega-productions blade, 300, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and others –Fight Club before slipping behind the camera. And it appears. Because he shows great skill in action scenes and clear skill in their performance.

It emanates a strong Tarantino-esque flavor (not unpleasantly) from its most daring scenes, where hemoglobin is liberally and graphically spewed. His eccentricity and his bravery are a joy to watch. For tender hearts – and fragile stomachs – a word of caution is still in order. Consider yourselves wise.

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Brilliant cast

Brian Tyree Henry and Aaron Taylor-Johnson are two on the bullet train

Photo courtesy Sony Pictures Publicity

Bullet Train stars Brian Tyree Henry and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the “twins”.

And if Bullet train It rails throughout its 120 minutes, thanks in large part to its clearly invested delivery. Brad Pitt leads the way with his bonhomie and his legendary charisma, a deliciously offbeat Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brian Tyree Henry in a role he tells us are the opposites.

Also a special mention for the frenetic soundtrack filled with Japanese versions to survive (Bee Gees) or even Perseverance for the hero (Bonnie Tyler) is sure to please.

Bullet train So it’s terrifying, complete and utterly intoxicating entertainment. We come out galvanized, pumped up… but not expecting to take the train back home.

Bullet train ★★★★

Film by David Leitch
With Brad Pitt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry and Sandra Bullock. In the show.