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Watch Bullet To The Head International Trailer

It’s been over a month since the first trailer for writer/director Walter Hill’s Bullet to the Head dropped. Now we have a new look at Sylvester Stallone, Sung Kang and Jason Momoa in this new international trailer. The tone is the same, but there are some new one-liners delivered by Stallone, accompanied by a more contemporary (and fitting) track by Motorhead. The international trailer is paced a bit better, but if you liked what you saw in the first cut then you’ll be pleased with the follow up. Bullet to the Head, also starring Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, opens February 1st, 2013. Hit the jump to watch the new trailer.

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alycakes4225d ago

Looks like it could be a good action packed movie.

ATi_Elite4224d ago

Old action stars need to STOP!

Doing fight scenes in a Hover Around is not jaw dropping. Their old and their movements are so stiff and non realistic that it really detracts from the movie.

SLy is a good actor so him playing more dramatic and less action roles like he did in Cop Land would be nice to see

KingPin4224d ago

i know right.

coz keanu reeves in the matrix was realistic. the way him and agent smith were fighting in the last matrix. EPIC.

and shia lebeouf in transformers 1,2,3. man that action wasn't fake.

and what about the avengers. oh hell yes.

but my best movie of all, with the best action and story ever has to be twilight man. did u see those young stars turn into vampires and werewolves. man that was crazy.

yeah, old stars should retire and let the young ones take over coz they so realistic and believable.


chukamachine4224d ago

Still looks good for his age.


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