A mercenary codenamed God Cow goes on a new mission: instead of a sick colleague he has to get on the Tokyo-Kyoto high-speed train, steal a suitcase and get off at the intermediate station. But this simple task gets very complicated when he finds out that the train is crawling with all kinds of killers.
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A mercenary named Ladybug must retrieve an important case from a Tokyo train. He has no idea that every carriage is packed with assorted assassins and assassins whose targets closely overlap with his.
Actors: Handsome Pitt plays a lucky man who goes by the nickname of Ladybug. For two hours of timing, all of his failures lead exactly to the final conclusion that fate doesn’t just take pity on the hero. That the hitman (one of the twins, who is not the twin of the other) can spare or assist in the climactic skirmish. That the airbag could be a regular growth suit, and the antidote a double punch. Pitt pulls away, sprinkling sarcastic humor. A role just right for an ageless sex symbol. It is noteworthy that he reappeared as a waiter (albeit briefly) 37 years after the movie ‘No Man’s Land.
Sandra Bullock appeared in that film as a resounding voice on the tube. She made a wonderful curator. Unfortunately, Tatum stayed in the back rows (apparently playing a guy with a non-traditional orientation). I was hoping for a fuck, whether it was free or paid for. What surprised me was that the trio of actors had already appeared in ‘The Lost City’. But there’s a big difference: Pitt played a small part and Bullock and Tatum in the lead roles. Here it’s the other way around. Is it a coincidence or a pattern? Or is it the same karma?
Most liked the pair of twins (who are not twins). But, the brothers are forever good ones. They’re real fruit (in the climax, one of them survives reincarnation as an orange fruit). Aaron Taylor-Johnson is like stepping into the shoes of any gangster from ‘Kick-Ass,’ and now dynamically churns out a movie with Pitt (who also starred in Matthew Vaughn). Brian’s character Tyree Henry is obsessed with the philosophy of the ‘Thomas and His Friends’ series. Apparently, his order money goes to products based on the cartoon (in the movie, the writers are brilliant at leaving signs as stickers). So expect a fun and acrimonious discussion about who ends up in charge of Diesel on this train.
Joey King, whose character is named Little Prince (after the story by Antoine Saint-Exupery) played a girl determined to win the respect of her parent. However, her heroine has no flashbacks. Therefore, against the backdrop of colorful characters, she seems pale. Her desire to kill is aimless and callous towards her opponents. Speaking of karma. The Prince repeats the fate of his heroine for the second time, as in the previous film about wish fulfillment.
The noble revenge, as always, is performed by one who honors the tradition and honor of the family. The hero of Hiroyuki Sanada fate has led him to this moment for many years. His hero has managed to achieve the main thing, which is reliable protection for his children. True, somehow incomprehensibly his son’s wounds heal faster than Wolverine’s. Hiroyuki played a wise man, able to recognize where the friend and the enemy are.
Zazie Beetz is mercilessly scarce in this film. However, as well as Logan Lerman, who pretended to be Johnny Depp, but not in the ‘Orient Express’. And, it’s been a long time since I saw Michael Shannon as the antagonist. His ‘White Death’ turned out to be a much more confusing and unique personality. But, he will get his karma in full.
Everything else: David Litch is known for his dynamic, explosive (a hint of Theron’s ‘Blondie’) action scenes and detective element. I think the director has mixed a cocktail of Matthew Vaughn, Drew Goddard and Quentin (the plot clearly features Tarantino’s philosophy on destiny. ‘What is a miracle, Vincent?’ – Jules Winfield once asked). All the coincidences, which are clearly written by fate, lead the characters to a choice. Someone may be wrong, for which karma will reward him or her. Let’s say that if the Mandarin was on the spiritual path and fasted like Pitt’s hero, he paid attention to the details. It’s a tough question whether you turn out to be the rushing steamroller or the judicious protagonist. By the way, I love this cartoon series about Thomas (the creators inserted a favorite idea and did not go wrong with the choice). In the climax one can already feel the influence of the film ‘The Passenger’ with Liam Neeson.
I would like to note the excellent camerawork by Jonathan Sela. Lewis’s gentle and at times driving compositions draw the characters’ reckless actions in with their heads. The screenplay by Zach Olkiewicz and Kotaro Isak is wry, but gripping all the way through
Impressions: In the end, of this whole company of hitmen, only three know about karma. And fate is not to be trifled with. Karma is faster than a bullet.
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (68.9 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision, HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
English: Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48 kHz, 16-bit)
Portuguese: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48 kHz, 16-bit)
Spanish: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48 kHz, 16-bit)
Thai: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48 kHz, 16-bit)
English, English SDH, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin (Simplified), Mandarin (Traditional), Thai.