The Hitman's Bodyguard


Action / Comedy / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 39%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 69%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 136838


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November 20, 2017 at 05:10 PM



Ryan Reynolds as Michael Bryce
Salma Hayek as Sonia Kincaid
Samuel L. Jackson as Darius Kincaid
Gary Oldman as Vladislav Dukhovich
862.47 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 58 min
P/S 45 / 638

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hamikid 8 / 10

A "buddy cop" though and through but very enjoyable

The Hitman's Bodyguard is absurd in every way, but also very enjoyable. Ryan Reynolds and Samuel Jackson do as they do, not exactly them stepping out of any boundaries or being ground breaking. It was also good to see Salma Hayek again, you don't see her too often any more and she's still rockin it It takes it self a little too serously at times, but at others it was like a comedy should be. There's a couple "twists" in turns of story but they're honestly so so soooo easy to spot and it's like a slap to the face. The dialogue was great and natural, it has that buddy cop kind of thing going on as well. The camera work was great with the exception of a couple lens flares, some action scenes felt too long while the majority was perfect timing. Overall the movie is a harmless buddy cop movie, with great laughs and performaces from Gary Oldman and Ryan, I highly recommend this movie if you're in need of a good time. 8/10

Reviewed by fluffy2560 2 / 10


Generic action thriller that wastes all our time. Sure I can live with the BS of the story line but what really got my back up were the utter inaccuracies from the "mountains of Belarus", the idea that Interpol is some kind of international cop fest and Coventry is anywhere important anyone wants to go. But I save my ire for the farce of continuity. This is farce in your face big time. Guys, if you are going to make a movie, try and at least pay attention to what you are doing. What were the producers, the directors, the scriptwriters and Netflix thinking? Are we really so dumb that we can appreciate anything about this movie. It's two hours of my life I'm not going to get back.

I could write a list of continuity mistakes but I'd be here all day so this will suffice:

Looks to me am pretty sure I saw the guy run over by the speed boat was shown wearing a wet suit and Samuel L Jackson kept moving between the left and right hand side of the speedboat obviously to hide the stunt driver in between shots. And weirdly, they kept moving the action around from Amsterdam to The Hague. And as for Coventry, it looks remarkably like the same film set as London in the first sequences. The cross channel ferry is shown leaving Dover and then we see some pleasure boat on a Dutch canal substituting for the ferry's arrival. Jeez, do me a favour!

Samuel L Jackson must have been paid buckets of money to waste his time in this movie - I like him but this is acting Eddie Murphy style - smartass jive talking. Come on Samuel L Jackson, you're better than that. As for Ryan Reynolds surely he has better things to do. Gary Oldman is a great actor so why is he in this drivel. Selma Heyak is nice enough to look at and tries to be fun but I really felt for the cellmate abused in the corner. It could have been done differently, abuse is unacceptable anytime, but it's quite topical now that systematic abuse of women is now so much in the news. Why anyone would think abuse like that was even remotely funny, I do not know, and the Dutch would never allow such behaviour in their prisons.

Finally, I see this movie has made it's $30M budget back about 5 times. Unbelievable. Please do this again Netflix, God forbid there's a sequel and please put some cash into decent series like Altered Carbon or bring back the British TV show UFO or remake 2001 A Space Odyssey. Anything but this kind of drivel again.

Reviewed by ashleyjohncontact 9 / 10


Surprisingly funny! Wasn't expecting much from this but I really loved it. Has a similar 'tongue in cheek' stab at the genre like Kingsman.

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