Bullet Train review: Bullet Train is the latest and much awaited movie by Brad Pitt. What do experts have to say about Brad Pitt’s new movie? Should you be watching it in the theatre? Here’s everything you need to know before deciding whether to watch the movie in the theatre or skip it.
Bullet Train review: Brad Pitt’s brilliant acting
Brad Pitt fans have been waiting with bated breath for the charming actor’s latest movie, Bullet Train and here’s our Bullet Train review. The amazing screen presence of Brad Pitt surely sweeps viewers off their feet, but this is probably the only great thing about the movie. If while watching the film you feel it’s a sequel of Deadpool, the reason is quite simple. David Leitch, the director of Deadpool 2 has helmed Bullet Train which is an action movie with plenty of comic elements, zany characters and completely illogical storyline. The gorgeous lead actor is the only source of comfort in the otherwise uninteresting film.
Bullet Train review: an overview of the plot
The storyline revolves around five assassins who are travelling from Tokyo to Kyoto on a Bullet Train. Brad Pitt as Ladybug, is simply at the wrong place and in the wrong time. With too many things happening all at once, the movie appears to be trying too hard to impress and in that attempt, becomes messy.
The best thing about the movie is its star cast, even if Michael Shannon skills haven’t been utilized properly and he could have been assigned a better role in the movie. Brad Pitt is always effortless and a treat to the eyes. The cute chemistry between Brian Tyree and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as twins is good to watch. Joey Lynn King also deserves mention for her exceptional performance in Bullet Train.
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