New Images From Sylvester Stallone's BULLET TO THE HEAD
Hit the jump to check out fourteen new stills from Sylvester Stallone and Walter Hill's new action movie, Bullet To The Head. The film is based on the french graphic novel, Du Plomb Dans La Tete. Also find out what critics are saying about the film, it might surprise you.
To be honest I don't know one single person that is looking forward to this movie, which means it has a high chance of surprising people. Early reviews for the film have been mildly positive for the most part.
The Hollywood Reporter - "This rock-'em sock-'em, tongue-in-cheek action thriller wears its B-movie credentials loud and proud. ...We’re clearly in Expendables territory here, though unlike those rather drawn-out affairs, Hill keeps his movie lean and mean, cutting straight to the punchlines while administering violence in quick and crunching doses."
The Playlist - "There is absolutely nothing defensible about the movie's leering treatment of women, or the casual racism played frequently for laughs, or even the utter nihilism of its hero. But it's so patently unrepentant, and so oddly even-handed in having all of its characters seem mindbendingingly dumb, that it kind of gets a pass."
Variety - "Maybe it only seems like Walter Hill and Sylvester Stallone worked together before Bullet to the Head. After all, the director and the iconic action star sound like an ideal pairing, and nothing here will dissuade fans of their suitability as a team. Stallone may tinker with everything on his outside, but (who'd a thought?) it's the inside that counts, and by now, playing a tough hitman with a strong ironic edge comes as natural to him as gunplay does to a Hill pic. Warner Bros. release should generate a decent chunk of change following an early February opening."
Images Courtesy Of emileeid.com
Bullet to the Head was directed by Walter Hill based upon Alexis Nolent's French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete. The film will star Sylvester Stallone, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Sarah Shahi, Jason Momoa, Sung Kang, and Christian Slater. It hits theaters February 1st, 2013.
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