Bullet Train Telugu Dubbed Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?
LadyBugg(Brad Pitt) is the world's most talented assassin as he decided to quit his job due to the overwhelming amount of deaths, however, before he quit, he is summoned for one more job, which requires him to take a briefcase from a high-speed train from Tokyo to Morioka but things get complicated in the train when he finds 4 skilled assassinates.
Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Benito A Martínez Ocasio, and Sandra Bullock star in the film.
The movie starts off well with introducing protagonists world, the movie seems flat until protagonist gets into the bullet train after he gets into the train audience will experience multi genres which means the story frequently shifts one mood to another mood.
It has an exciting plot but David Leitch failed to hook the audience from start to end as it partly engages with some fun moments and innovative action blocks.
This kind of film demand a pacy screenplay but it ended with a draggy screenplay, although, the film has some fun elements worked out quite well.
Brad Pitt as LadyBugg shows his mettle in his acting, as he shines quite well in most of the scenes, however, Aaron Taylor got some stuff to perform and the rest of the did well as per the film requires.
Technically Bullet Train looks top-notch as Jonathan Sela's cinematography is the major asset of the film his use of colors in every scene helped the audience get into that mood and the rest of the technical departments did their best.
Finally, Bullet Train is a fun film with a blend of a few action blocks, and the movie is strictly for those who love action films.