‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Review: Every Bit of The Movie is Interesting
The Hitman’s Bodyguard is one of the most interesting action movie I’ve watched this year. Samuel L. Jackson nailed his character as the rugged killer and he also displayed his sonorous voice in singing few RnB lines. Ryan Reynolds also did a great job in his role, it’s the first time I’m seeing both fighting alongside in a movie. To give you a background of the movie, Hitman’s Bodyguard centers on the world’s top protection agent, who was summoned to guard the life of his mortal enemy, one of the world’s most notorious killer. The bodyguard and the killer have however been on the opposite end of the bullet for years and had to be together for about 24 hours. In the course of their journey from England to the Hague, they encounter high-speed car chases, outlandish boat escapades and a merciless Eastern European dictator who is out for blood.
I love every bit of this movie, the fight scenes, shootings, and soundtrack was really interesting, especially the music played when the bodyguard was talking about his love life with the killer in the car. The comedy in the movie is also nice, in that it’s not too much, which makes the movie more classic. The speed chase and driving in the movie was epic and far interesting than the so called Baby Driver movie.
Honestly, i feel like watching Hitman’s Bodyguard again, the director of the movie did a great job. One thing i don’t agree with in the movie was how the body met his girlfriend according to the story, which he told the killer. He bumped on her at a funeral and they just started kissing just like that, that’s weird and unrealistic. Also of course, the shootings in the movie had some lies as we’ll expect. Plenty men shooting at the killer and the bodyguard at close range and they didn’t get killed.