Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Bullet Train Movie Review: The anticipation for Brad Pitt’s new action drama, “Bullet Train,” has increased since the teaser wowed viewers and revealed that it was directed by the same person behind the smash hit Deadpool. However, the book “Maria Beetle” by Japanese author Kotaro Isaka served as the inspiration for “Bullet Train.” The movie has already had a day-earlier release in Japan than it is expected to have in the United States on August 5, 2022, and both crowds and critics have praised it. Continue reading for a thorough analysis to determine whether or not Bullet Train is time well spent.

Bullet Train Movie Review

Story

The story of Bullet Train follows LadyBugg (Brad Pitt), the best assassin in the world, as he decides to stop working because of the enormous number of people he has killed. Before he can, though, a last-minute mission that entails removing a briefcase of a bullet train that is traveling from Tokyo to Morioka is assigned to him.

Cast & Crew

The film, written by Zak Olkewicz and directed by David Leitch, was produced by Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, and Antoine Fuqua and starred Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A. Martnez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock (of Dead Pool fame).

Movie Name Bullet Train
Director David Leitch
Music Director Dominic Lewis
Producer Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, Antoine Fuqua.
Genre Action Drama
Cast Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martínez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock
Editor Elisabet Ronaldsdottir

Movie Verdict

We are usually interested in watching films that take place on trains, and we were especially enthralled with the extremely gripping production Train to Bhushan. Although it does an excellent job of creating the scenario for its protagonist, Bullet Train drags in the middle and is more of a comedy than a thriller.

Despite having an intriguing plot, entertaining scenes, and creative action sequences, director David Leitch was unable to keep audiences engaged for the duration of the entire movie. The plot of the world’s best assassins snatching a bag may seem absurd at first, but it soon becomes riveting as the spectator witnesses the conflict. The movie includes some funny parts that are skillfully done.

Brad Pitt’s portrayal of LadyBugg stands out as the film’s high point, despite Aaron Taylor having considerable material to play with and the rest of the ensemble doing excellent job.

David Leitch’s critically lauded picture Dead Pool partially succeeded in engrossing the audience; while the story is excellent, the execution was subpar, and the emotional message didn’t quite hit home as it should have.

Technically speaking, director of photography Jonathan Sela and the rest of the crew did a fantastic job on Bullet Train. Editor Elisabet Ronaldsdottir ought to have cut some of the more repetitive early scenes, and Dominic Lewis’s score should have been stronger.

In conclusion, because it’s a lot of fun and features a few intense parts, Bullet Train is a terrific film for aficionados of the action genre.

Rating: 3.5/5

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