Brad Pitt plays an amiable assassin who gets stuck on a Japanese high-speed train with a motley crew of other killers and no easy way out.
‘Bullet Train’ features the worst assemblage of bad acting ever collected in a single film. There is also a poisonous snake.
Bullet Train reveals that the 58-year-old star deserves a better action vehicle.
If Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express" married Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train," and they had only one kid, that child would be Sony's new film, "Bullet Train."
We talked to Bad Bunny about "Bullet Train," if The Wolf could defeat iconic action stars, & what songs helped him prepare for the role.
Now here's Brent Stevens from Hollins University "At the Movies" with what's new at the historic Grandin Theatre: "Bullet Train," starring Brad Pitt:
Joey King, who forayed into the action genre recently with period action thriller The Princess, plays an assassin in the David Leitch-directed Bullet Train movie.
The actor says his character and Keanu's might work best together.