In the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, movie-goers are still used to going back to the cinemas, and Bullet Train is a film that demonstrates why cinemas are so important. Brad Pitt has a total blast in his first leading role since Ad Astra and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. He seamlessly balances the intense action with the humorous moments.
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Ladybug, his character, takes the world's fastest train for what is supposed to be a quick-and-dry mission. Unfortunately, Ladybug soon finds himself facing off against assassins of various degrees. All of the assassins have a purpose in mind, and theyre all interconnected in some way.
Brad is joined by a talented ensemble cast that includes Brian Tyree Henry and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who play the twins Lemon and Tangerine. The bond between the two Marvel actors is intense. Their brotherly bond is ultimately the heart of the film.
Brian and Aaron truly stand out against Brad, with Brian receiving the last laugh at the end of the film. Brian continues to prove that he can take on any role. Cast him in everything!
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Andrew Koji plays Kimura, a man on a mission to save his son, while Joey King adds some serious sass as Prince, who is not to be underestimated. Prince may appear like an innocent young girl, but she has the gift of some serious savagery, which the Emmy nominee embraces with ease.
Bullet Train is bursting with color, including a stunning neon glow. HollywoodLife had the opportunity to view the film in a Dolby Cinema, which only enhanced the enjoyment.
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Bullet Train is a high-stakes train ride that's all about entertainment. There are also a few memorable performances throughout the entire train ride.
Brad feels at ease under the direction ofDavid Leitch, who previously worked as Brads stunt double before stepping into directorial duties. In this current chapter of his career, Brad wants to have fun, and thats exactly what he is doing with Bullet Train.