Brad Pitt “Bullet Train” IGN Score 7: Good Popcorn Action Movie

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The action-comedy film ‘Bullet Train’ starring Brad Pitt was recently released from the press, and IGN scored the film a 7. Reviewers thought it was a pretty good popcorn action film.

IGN rating: 7 out of 10 Good

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‘Bullet Train’ is not an unstoppable action comedy, but its hilarious elements are gratifying and can be seen to be influenced by Quentin Tarantino, Guy Ritchie, Jackie Chan and countless popcorn action films.

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Overall Comments:

Bullet Train’ can be called “Smokin’ Aces on a train”, this film and the 2006 dystopian action film ‘Smokin’ Aces’ have a lot of similarities.

Brad Pitt is delightful as the mercenary who uses only his fists and cold weapons, and his goofiness and chatty nature contrast with the gloomy frustration of the supporting cast.

The movie is gorier than expected, “punching” at the right rhythm point, poking the audience’s point of pleasure and laughs.

Under the control of director David Leitch, this crazy train never derails, but it doesn’t reach top speed either, but the film still gives us a good ride that surpasses other recent American action films.

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The film is based on Kotaro Isaka’s mystery novel ‘Bullet Train’, starring Brad Pitt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King and others, about “a Shinkansen that turns into a corpse train”.

Five assassins find themselves aboard the same train that is bound for Morioka City from Tokyo, a train that is bound to go wrong. The five killers have a limited amount of time to save themselves and find who is behind it.

The film will be released in Northern America on August 5.

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