Friday, August 18

The Hitman's Bodyguard - Review




R: August 18th, 2017 | R: 118 minutes | R: R

Hitman's Bodyguard stars Samuel L. Jackson as Darius Kincaid, a hitman who is offered a deal to pardon his wife, if, he testifies against the president (Gary Oldman) of an Eastern European who has been committing crimes against his own people.

Ryan Reynolds plays Micheal Bryce, a bodyguard who is recruited by his ex-girlfriend (and Interpol officer) to make sure Darius Kincaid arrives at the court house alive and able to testify.

Darius and Micheal are reluctant to travel together Because they already know each other and don't have a good relationship. Throughout the movie they banter back and forth and Samuel L. Jackson says mother f**** too many times to count. There's a lot of action and high speed chases.

This movie is a buddy film, lots of laughs and ridiculous scenes that are hilarious. If you enjoy these kinds of comedies I think you'll like this one, I liked it and I left the theater smiling.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5


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