BULLET TRAIN (2022) 13 reviews of Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock action thriller – with new “water” clip

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‘The end of the line is just the beginning’
Bullet Train is a 2022 action thriller about five assassins aboard a fast-moving train who find out their missions have something in common.

Directed by David Leitch (Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw; Deadpool 2; Atomic Blonde; John Wick) from a screenplay written by Zak Olkewicz based on the novel Maria Beetle by Kotaro Isaka.


The American movie stars Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King, Zazie Beetz and Logan Lerman.

Release date:
Bullet Train will be released theatrically by Sony Pictures Entertainment on August 5, 2022.

“Ultimately, Bullet Train aims to be slick when it needs to be smart, and predictable when it should be provocative—effectively making all of the wrong stops at exactly the wrong time. The problem isn’t that Leitch doesn’t have the talent to pull off a film like this, but that he doesn’t have the personality.” AV Club

Bullet Train is a film that knows how preposterous it can get and revels in that silliness. This is a film that has an origin story for a Fiji water bottle, and again, did I mention samurai Michael Shannon? Bullet Train is knowingly absurd and has plenty of fun with the wild lengths it can go, and for the most part, that keeps Bullet Train on the rails.” Collider


“Expect a ride and nothing more, though, and Bullet Train largely delivers — its excesses sometimes smug (an Engelbert Humperdinck murder-montage is overplayed), sometimes sublime (a bottle of water and a venomous snake get their own intro-montages). Worth a one-way ticket, if not a return journey.” 3 out of 5, Empire

“It’s bloodier than expected, lands its punches at the right moments, and pleases with painful combos worth crowd-pleasing smiles. The craziness of David Leitch’s train never goes off the rails nor reaches top speeds but still brings us along for a smooth and stable joyride that outshines its recent American action counterparts.” IGN

“It’s essentially a live-action cartoon, with high-profile cameos sprinkled in for added laughs. Stylistically, Leitch is trying his darnedest to channel the likes of Tarantino and Ritchie, even if the dialogue and mock-British accents aren’t nearly strong enough to earn such comparisons.” Variety



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