Bullet To The Head Review | Examiner

David Weaver from Examiner writes: There is a certain thrill that comes with the fact that we have three classic style action films with three classic action stars all coming out within a month of each other. First was Arnold Schwarzenegger in the fun throwback actioner "The Last Stand" and later this month we will have Bruce Willis reprising the role that made him famous with "A Good Day to Die Hard". Between those two releases we have director Walter Hill's "Bullet to the Head" starring a very old but very capable Sylvester Stallone doing what he does best, crush skulls, crack jokes and pulverize anyone who gets in his way. Hill is clearly attempting to either recapture or recreate that signature buddy cop style he forged back during the 80's with films like "48 hrs" and "Red Heat", but while he certainly nails that same vibe, problems arise with a nearly non-existent storyline and a distractingly bad mismatching for his two lead actors.

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