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The Hitman’s Bodyguard Full Movie
Country: United States
Category: action, comedy
Release Date: 17 August , 2017
Director: Patrick Hughes
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 118 minutes
The Hitman’s Bodyguard is a 2017 American horror-mystery thriller film directed by David F. Sandberg and written by Gary Dauberman
Have you ever wondered how hard the work of a bodyguard is? Sometimes, this vocation can be a real nightmare if you do not have enough patience to hold customers and protect them properly. Who will test this will be Ryan Reynolds, because he will star in the comedy Duro de Cuidar, in which he will play a bodyguard who will protect a hitman (Samuel L. Jackson) and, to understand the complexity of his work, here we leave The first trailer of the film.
As we can see, The Hitman’s Bodyguard paints to be a classic comedy of uneven couples, but the humorous gifts of Reynolds and Jackson make the film anything but something we can see with the whole family.
The plot of the film revolves around the characters of Reynolds and Jackson, who have been on opposing sides for many years and now must work together so that the character of Jackson manages to reach a trial where he must testify against a dictator, Played by Gary Oldman.
We’ve all had a bullet-proof bromance that does not ask for anything from the movie comradeship between Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal, or the armored dumbells by James Franco / Seth Rogen, Matt Damon / Ben Affleck and George Clooney / Brad Pitt.
Like these Hollywood cracks, you will surely agree that showing total affection for that friend who becomes your chosen brother is increasingly a banner of masculinity. A few months ago, Ryan Reynolds made it very clear when expressing the incredible relationship he developed out of fiction with Jake Gyllenhaal after the filming of Life and now seems not to hesitate to do the same with Samuel L. Jackson in the new action movie : The Hitman’s Bodyguard.
Joining these two heavyweights is so far the best idea of filmmaker Patrick Hughes (Red Hill and The Expendables 3), who writes and directs the explosive testosterone-laden comedy around a bodyguard (Reynolds) busy protecting 24-hour life Of his main enemy (Jackson), a hired killer with a lethal sense of humor and whose life is endangered by a former European employer, played by none other than the brilliant Gary Oldman.
At first glance it is that tried and tested formula of two diametrically opposed characters who are forced to team in the midst of vertiginous high-impact sequences. However, the powerful chemistry between the protagonist of Deadpool and the alter ego of Nick Fury are enough to believe that this duo will be installed in the great leagues of bromance in the purest style of Lethal Weapon, 48 Hrs. The Bad Boys. If you add to that the always fulminant presence of Salma Hayek, as well as the French charm of Elodie Young, you will have a devastating combo to close this summer surrounded by entertainment.
You should know this is not the first collaboration between Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson as they both lent their voice to the animated feature Turbo in 2013. Obviously, nothing compares to the hilarious face-to-face gameplay scene. Let your best friend know as soon as possible that the film opens on August 25th in Mexico with the little fraternal title of “Duro de Cuidar”. You can be sure that at least for now, The Hitman’s Bodyguard will be your only chance to see Deadpool and Nick Fury together in action. Long live the bromance!
The best bodyguard in the world receives a new client, a hired killer who must testify at trial. But to bring their relationship to a successful conclusion, they will have to put their differences aside. So far, all normal. What makes the new film especially Patrick Hughes comes to talk about his cast, as Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson will be in charge of getting into the skin of the two protagonists of the film.
Indeed, The Hitman’s Bodyguard has all the ballots to become the most scathing film of this 2017. Patrick Hughes (The Mercenaries 3) puts the front of a tape that will arrive at our billboards at the end of the summer and that, as it falls Demonstrated in its new trailer, has real pint.
It seems that Ryan Reynolds has picked up the tune to play hooligan roles in the movies. After its success in Deadpool, the Hollywood star presents / displays its new work The Hitman’s Bodyguard through its first trailer in original version. On these lines you will find the advance of the aforementioned action comedy co-starring Samuel L. Jackson.
Do you remember the beautiful and romantic film titled The Bodyguard and starring Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston? Well, from now on, because of Reynolds and Jackson, you will not see the tape again with the same eyes of 1992. Why? Because The Hitman’s Bodyguard presents the relationship between a bodyguard and his funniest and comic protégé ever seen on the big screen.
Ryan Reynolds gives life to one of the best bodyguards in the world. This professional is entrusted with the task of protecting one of his greatest enemies, an international hit man. Both will be the target of an Eastern European dictator played by Gary Oldman.
Aside from Ryan Reynolds (Buried and Life), Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction and Kong: The Skull Island) and Gary Oldman (The Fifth Element and The Dark Knight), The Hitman’s Bodyguard will star Elodie Yung (Daredevil and Gods of Egypt), Salma Hayek (The Mexican and Open Until Dawn), Sam Hazeldine (Peaky Blinders and The Raven Enigma) and Joaquim de Almeid
Not even the considerable combined talents of Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds can save this uninspired crime caper that harks back to old-school buddy action comedies, but with none of the charm.
The premise is fairly convoluted. World-renowned assassin Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson) has agreed to testify at the trial against the evil Belarusian dictator Vladislav Dukhovich (Gary Oldman) in exchange for his wife Sonia’s (Salma Hayek) release from prison.
While being transported from England to the International Court of Justice in The Hague to give evidence at the trial, Interpol’s security detail, led by fiery young agent Amelia Ryder (Elodie Yung), comes under brutal attack in the first of many interminable action sequences. Fearing a leak on her side, she is forced to rope in a neutral agent to transport the precious witness – her bitter ex-boyfriend Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds).
Once a (self-described) “triple A-rated” protection agent, Bryce is now something of a has-been after one of his clients met an untimely end while under his care. As well as his career going into freefall, his personal life also imploded as he laid the blame for his demise squarely on his then-girlfriend’s feet.
Despite his reputation plummeting, his protection skills have remained unparalleled and he reluctantly agrees to accompany Kincaid to his court date. What ensues is a chaotic race against time for the neurotic, rules-obeying bodyguard and brash, freewheeling assassin as they try to make it to the Netherlands within the next 24 hours – all the while fighting off a seemingly endless supply of Dukhovich’s machine-gun-toting heavies.
Reynolds and Jackson are giving it socks as the permanently quarelling odd-couple, but the lacklustre jibes and lead-balloon wise-cracks begin to grate quickly. Salma Hayek injects proceedings with a much-needed dose of frenetic energy as Kincaid’s foul-mouthed, combative wife but isn’t given enough screen-time to maintain interest levels.
Director Patrick Hughes (The Expendables 3) leans heavily on slickly choreographed and outrageously violent fight sequences to accomplish the desired madcap pace, but the action is never as inventive, or interesting, as he thinks it is. Further playing into the buddy action flick convention, there a few heart-to-hearts between Kincaid and Bryce shoehorned in, but they feel forced rather than earned.
Like I was at home. Salma Hayek babysat and stirred the pout at Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. Then, he uploaded it to Instagram: “When your friends invite you to dinner and you end up doing all of you,” joked the actress.
The image is nothing special if it were not because it is the Hollywood star and because it is more than likely that the family has its own ‘nanni’. Surely they have seen it on many occasions.
Who does not hold the baby while doing anything else at once, may even work? Australian Senator Larissa Waters has breastfed a few months ago in her country’s Parliament. A year before the deputy of Podemos, Carolina Bescansa, took her child to Congress. A gesture, or a way of reconciling that caught the attention of the media, something that has also happened now despite the abyss that separates them.
On this occasion, Salma Hayek does not claim or conciliate simply having fun with the second daughter of the couple of actors, Ines (without accent), in arms. The creature’s father claps him a little further back in a kitchen that would hardly fit in an anonymous house. A flowery apron completes the informal snapshot that serves, in addition, to promote with the upg #hitmansbodyguard the film The Hitman’s Bodyguard that star Ryan Reynolds and herself. Obviously Salma Hayek has experience in holding a child. She has a nine-year-old daughter, Valentina Paloma, with her husband François-Henri Pinaul, who has another daughter, Mathilde, 17.