If you think about any one element in “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” long enough your head might hurt.
Here’s a pro tip: Don’t. You’re welcome.
This is pure summertime entertainment, sparked by a well-cast duo, snappy banter and blistering action set to ’50s rock.
Complain too much and you’ll miss the joys of low-grade escapism.
Veteran hit man Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson) has the goods on an Eastern European despot, a generic villain few could make matter.
Send out the Bat signal for Gary Oldman!
Darius’s testimony could send Oldman’s character away for a very long time. That’s assuming he lives long enough to testify. This despot has a veritable army at his disposal.
A knotty series of events...
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Aug 18th 2017