Directed: Patrick Hughes
Country: United States
Friends took me to watch this movie, and I am so glad, and grateful for that wonderful one-day vacation I had. I loved this movie, from the characters, to the jokes, to the car stunts, to the locations, to the plot twists that were kinda hilarious.
The only man alive who could testify against the ruthless dictator is one of the most infamous hitmans alive. Interpol is entrusted to take him to court, where he will testify as per agreement that his wife gets to walk free after that. And while he is all the way motivated to get to the place, they insist on very heavy security. But as we know, the more people are involved, the more chances of failure. The information on transfer gets leaked, and agent Amelia Roussel is left alone with the most wanted killer. There’s no one she can trust, until they figure out who sold them out. So she resorts to outside help. Her ridiculous but good at his bodyguard job ex, Michael Bryce, who, as you may guess, is no other than Deadp… I mean Ryan Reynolds.
Neither the hitman, Kincaid, nor the bodyguard, Bryce, are happy about the arrangement. But Bryce has a chance to restore his name as a bodyguard, after that last incident, where he went from hero to zero in a matter of seconds that took for his client to get shot in what seemed a safe zone. And Kincaid still hopes his wife will get her freedom. Yet as they keep moving forwards, that motivation is less, and less appealing, as they get on each other’s nerves, all the while somehow getting hunted by the enemies. How in the world they keep finding them?!
I saw the ratings of this movie, but let me tell you, this is an easiest comedy-action movie you can watch that you haven’t seen five times before. And the actors play together so well! Oh, and real car stunts!
5 / 5