Notable Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Sung Kang, Jason Momoa, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi
Damn, I love this second golden age of action films. Just in the last month, we've had new films for Schwarzenegger, Statham, and Stallone who just so happens to be the focus of this review. I certainly had high hopes for "Bullet In The Head" as Stallone teams up Sung Kang, Jason Momoa, and legendary action director Walter Hill. Although the film had a few surprises to throw at me, generally speaking it was exactly what I wanted from this film despite being a little too formulaic for its own good. I would hesitate to call "Bullet To The Head" a great film for sure, but it did deliver just what I expected.
Jimmy Bobo (Stallone) might be a ruthless hitman, but that doesn't stop him from being loyal to his partner. After a recent hit though, Jimmy finds that they have been double crossed and his partner lies dead at the hands of a mercenary (Momoa). With the help of a detective (Kang) sent from Washington DC, Jimmy is going to find his partner's killer and give him what he deserves. Can the two unlikely "partners" team up to uncover a larger conspiracy or will they end up killing each other?
|"He's the guy from "Fast Five?" Oh that makes much more sense now!"|
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Written By Matt Reifschneider