Bullet to the Head Movie Review

After i heard about this movie, I used to be very intrigued that Walter Hill was fastened to direct, and Stallone was to star, two people who I thought could pull off a great action movie. Following Stallone had proved this individual still had what it took to make an action movie with Expendables and Expendables 2, I actually thought this movie could offer something fresh to the somewhat stale genre the action movie has become.

The movie has Stallone playing a hitman named Jimmy Bobo, who is given a simple job which turns bad and his partner is killed. Bobo survives an assassination attempt on him, and starts to observe down the person who killed his partner. This individual ends up stuck with a Korean cop known as Taylor Kwon who is investigating the murder which Jimmy fantastic partner acquired committed earlier. The two men track down the dirty trail for their own reasons, but one of them want to stay above the rules, and the other will not value the law. watch cartoons online free

This kind of soon becomes a good friend movie, with both the men attempting to bounce off one another with some amusing comments and jibes towards the other person, but for me personally there was little hormone balance between the two and it felt slightly cumbersome. Most of this binding between two takes place while to operate a vehicle from one spot to another, and it do slightly grow on myself as film production company went on, but I actually think the mediocre performing limited the success of the claims. 

Stallone enjoyed the usual form of personality you would expect from charlie, he is not the best actor in the world by any means, but playing the silent assassin he always seems to succeed, mainly because he doesn’t have to behave to much. This individual looks cold and determined and fits the persona well. But lets be honest, you don’t watch a Stallone movie for acting, its all about the action, and in that department Stallone still has it, and provides it to us in pail loads. I found the action very stylish, and even though it was rather violent and graphic at times, as the special effects appear to be leaning towards in recent years, it was entertaining and great to watch, Stallone draws it off with convenience and appears to still enjoy throwing punches and shooting guns. The highlight of the movie needs to be the axe battle at the conclusion of film development company with Jason Momoa.

Sung Kang plays The singer Kwon, who you may know from his period in the Fast and Furious franchise. He is a significant actor, I like his laidback style, and think they can maintain his own, but also for some reason I just did not think he comes off to well as a cop. He doesn’t seem to be to have the right attitude for a policeman, but it doesn’t pamper the movie. He leaves nearly all of the action for Stallone and instead can take the bullets. But in the action he does indeed take part in this individual delivers. I think I actually would like to see him with a lttle bit many action as I think he could hold his own.

Jason Momoa who plays Keegan does a decent job as the bad guy in this movie, although he’s working for Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Christian Slater, he is the primary man who Stallone wants revenge against, and the primary driving force for Jimmy Bobo. He does indeed a good job as the cold blooded monster, but seems a littler wooden at times with some of his appearing. He still looks very Conan in this, this individual gives on the action but is not quite there on the performing.

Christian Slater is great as ever before, this individual is a tremendous actor or actress, and then for me he should of really had a little more screen time, he is very a great as an unlikeable persona, he just has something special in him that is very weaselish. Nevertheless it comes across great on screen.

The storyline of the movie itself was very quite stimulating, being based on a graphic novel I experienced rather high expectations, as the transition to movie theater is quite often a really positive one, this was not bad but maybe it could have done better. The revenge story worked for me, but the Taylor Kwon aspect of things was less appealing, I was always a little mistaken for what was going on with him. He was constantly on the telephone, but at the start of the movie they asked for minimal contact, and i also thought his storyline was somewhat forgotten about in desire of Jimmy Bobo’s vengeance plot. The combo of Sung and Stallone would grow on me as film production company travelled on, and the good guy, bad guy combination came over OK. This gave us glimpses’ of humor and a nice dose of action which resulted in a reasonable action movie, at a time when action films are having somewhat of any resurgence with the release of Expendables, Arnie’s The Last Stand and this outing.