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|Entertainment - Movies|
|Saturday, 18 August 2012 02:00|
Bullet to the Head is an adaptation of the graphic novel Du Plomb dans la tête Matz (pseudonym of Alexis Nolent) which featured Colin Wilson and Chris Blythe pencils to color. I had not know anything about the movie but now finally reveals its first trailer, a succession of explosions, punches and chases through the streets of New Orleans.
Walter Hill is responsible for this adaptation, is a director who has over ten years away from the cameras, the last movie that was filmed in 2002 but Undisputed in its heyday was responsible for titles such as The Warriors recommended (The Night Lords) (1979) or Crossroads (Crossroads) (1986).
In the film, Stallone plays a murderer who is about to retire, however, when his partner is removed start a bloody revenge. Fate will join forces with a young New York detective who is investigating the death of his partner. As they approach their goal what appeared to be a matter between New Orleans thugs grows to splash the most important offices in Washington.
In principle the role of the detective was to be played by Thomas Jane but last summer announced producer looking for a young actor to accompany ethnic and Sly, hired a few days after Sun Kang. The bad guy is played by Jason Momoa, Conan the latter, also known as Khal Drogo for his character of Game of Thrones. The cast is made up of Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Jon Seda and Holt McCallany.
A buddy movie all the way, full of action movie clichés of the eighties and one of his star as protagonist. Stallone does what he does best, deliver firewood right and left. This time the comic relief is provided by Kang, because the generation gap between the two characters is inevitable.
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