Bullet Train: For a few years now, summer movie theaters have been falling into a rut where the big premieres are limited to the great delivery of superheroes on duty and a good handful of films for the little ones, displacing other entertainment films proposals to the platforms. streaming, and it's been a while since we came across a movie like 'Bullet Train', a wild action comedy that, however, does not give up the great show.
From the hand of David Leitch, the hand behind 'Atomic' or 'Deadpool 2', it is not difficult to imagine what kind of film we are facing, but what is surprising about the project is its high-class casting and a more generous display of media than what we can find in similar offers such as the great 'Gunpowder Milkshake' and even the resounding 'No one'. It is logical to think that these budget steps have to do with the presence of Brad Pitt having a great time, who has probably entrusted the studio to release it globally.
Antidote against Marvel and DC
And it is not little to say in a scenario in which the public has only gone to theaters to see episodes of the Marvel serial, and is still stuck in the idea of the blockbuster as part of something bigger that never quite arrives. If the shared universe gimmick allows for interconnections and a much larger story, it also offers a long-term complication and commitment that ends up taking its toll in the fourth phase or the third section of the fifth movement. The cinema has been fed up with itself.