Brad Pitt’s latest film, Bullet Train tells the story of a hitman who confronts many other assassins on a Japanese high-speed train. The assassin is known as Ladybug (Brad Pitt) who feels that he often suffers an unlucky fate because many of his missions fail.
Brad Pitt’s latest film, Bullet Train tells the story of a hitman who confronts many other assassins on a Japanese high-speed train.
One day, he had to replace his friend, Carver, to steal an iron suitcase with the contents of money stored in one of Japan’s high-speed trains. He felt that it was a job he could complete quickly.
But, in reality, Ladybug faces a myriad of challenges and obstacles. Like the hitman duet named ‘the Twins’, namely Lemon (Brian Tyree Henry) and Tangerine (Aaron Taylor-Johnson).
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Lemon and Tangerine were the first to get into the carriage carrying the suitcase containing the money. They have a mission from the assassin gang leader named White Death.
The Twins are assigned by the White Death to save their child and bring the suitcase to Kyoto. However, their plans fall apart when Ladybug retrieves the briefcase.
Apart from them, there are several other assassins who also have their own missions. Like Kimura (Andrew Koji) who is looking for the person who pushed his son off the roof.
Bullet Train Starring Brad Pitt
In the high-speed train, Ladybug amounts to The Prince (Joey King), a schoolboy who is a psychopath. Prince was also after the suitcase.
This also makes Ladybug realize that her mission is not simple. Behind the mission, it turns out that there is a more complicated story, not just stealing a suitcase.
Bullet Train itself is adapted from a novel by Kotaro Isaka entitled Maria Beetle. David Leitch, who was previously a stuntman or stuntman for Brad Pitt, is believed to be directing after successfully directing Deadpool 2.
Besides Pitt, Bullet Train also stars a row of other Hollywood actors and actresses such as Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King, Andrew Koji, Sandra Bullock and others.