“Bullet Train’ was one of the most anticipated films of the year for many action fans. Because the film adaptation of Kōtarō Isaka’s novel of the same name is not just filled to the brim with big stars who, as contract killers, are all at each other’s throats. “Bullet Train” is also the new film by director David Leitch, who, alongside Chad Stahelski, brings modern action cinema to life with “John Wick’ and since then has delighted audiences with mind-bending spectacles such as ‘Deadpool 2’ and ‘Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw’.
Two months after the film hit theaters on August 4th, you can “Bullet TrainNow you can experience it at home – in the stream:
» “Bullet Train” on Amazon Prime Video*
The common platforms such as Amazon Prime Video now have the entertaining action cracker in their range as video-on-demand (purchase). The rental version is then expected to appear parallel to the physical home cinema release of the film. From October 27th there will beBullet Train“ Then also on DVD, Blu-ray & 4K Blu-ray as well as in the limited 4K Steelbook:
» “Bullet Train” at Amazon: DVD* / Blu Ray* / 4K Blu-ray* / 4K Steelbook*
You can already experience the film in your home cinema while it is still showing in the cinema! At this point, we always advise you to buy a ticket beforehand (there’s simply no substitute for the cinema experience at home). But if for whatever reason you can’t catch a performance, the stream is the perfect alternative for you. Not sure if the movie is worth the money? Then you can now on Amazon Prime Video the first ten minutes “Bullet Train“ watch for free – and then just decide if you want to see the rest too:
» “Bullet Train”: The first 10 minutes on Amazon Prime Video*
Ladybug (Brad Pitt) is tired of his job as a professional killer, but still fills in for a supposedly routine job from a colleague. After all, the mission sounds relatively simple, so that everyone involved could survive for once: Because he is supposed to just swipe a suitcase on the high-speed train (Shinkansen) running between Tokyo and Kyoto. So far so good.
What Ladybug doesn’t know: The piece of luggage is in the care of the two professional killers Lemon (Brian Tyree Henry) and Tangerine (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). And as if that weren’t enough, there are also some other shady characters on board with the psychopath Prince (Joey King), the crime boss White Death (Michael Shannon) and the Mexican gangster Wolf (Bad Bunny) who have their own goals pursue – and willing to stop at nothing to reach them…
For the “must see for action fans” with plenty of “extremely brutal action”, as our critic Björn writes in the official DashFUN review, it got a good 3.5 out of a possible 5 stars in the end. The conclusion: “Bullet Train” is an immensely fun high-speed action ride with Brad Pitt in a brilliant mood, who, along with some superfluous CGI inserts, can be accused of celebrating his own coolness a little too much.
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