Bullet Train Telugu Movie Review: Since the teaser for Brad Pitt’s upcoming action drama, “Bullet Train,” enthralled audiences and was directed by the same man responsible for the hit film Deadpool, anticipation for the film skyrocketed. However, “Bullet Train” was based on the novel “Maria Beetle” by Japanese novelist Kotaro Isaka. The film has already been released in Japan, a day before its scheduled American release date of August 5, 2022, but it has received positive reviews from audiences and critics alike. To find out whether or not Bullet Train is worth your time, read on for a detailed review.
The plot of Bullet Train follows LadyBugg (Brad Pitt), the world’s most skilled assassin, as he decides to retire from the business due to the sheer volume of his kills. However, before he can do so, he is called in for one last job, which involves retrieving a briefcase from a bullet train travelling from Tokyo to Morioka.
Cast & Crew
Produced by Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, and Antoine Fuqua, and starring Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A. Martnez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock, the film was written by Zak Olkewicz and directed by David Leitch (of Dead Pool fame).
|Movie Name||Bullet Train|
|Music Director||Dominic Lewis|
|Producer||Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, Antoine Fuqua.|
|Cast||Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martínez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock|
Movies set on trains always pique our interest; we were particularly thrilled by Train to Bhushan, a superbly tense production. Bullet Train is less of a thriller and more of a comedy, and while it does a good job of setting the scene for its protagonist, it drags in the middle.
Though it features an intriguing story and some enjoyable scenes and inventive action sequences, director David Leitch was unable to keep viewers interested throughout the entire film. While the film has several amusing components that are executed well, the premise of the world’s finest assassins stealing a suitcase may appear ridiculous at first, but it becomes compelling until the struggle faces the audience.
Despite Aaron Taylor getting some material to perform and the rest of the cast doing fine work, Brad Pitt’s performance as LadyBugg stands out as the film’s highlight.
In his critically acclaimed film Dead Pool, director David Leitch partially succeeded in captivating the audience; his script is superb, but the film’s execution fell short, and the film’s emotional message didn’t land as well as it could have.
Bullet Train looks great technically, with brilliant work from the director of photography Jonathan Sela and the rest of the crew. Dominic Lewis’s score is decent but might have been stronger, and editor Elisabet Ronaldsdottir should have trimmed some of the more tedious early scenes.
In conclusion, Bullet Train is a great movie for fans of the action genre because it’s a lot of fun and has a few intense sequences.