bullet train Slow starring Brad Pitt would top the box office during the weekend. The David Leach-directed film debuted last weekend with $30 million and would go on to rake in a further $13 million during its second frame at the domestic box office. bullet train earned a B+ CinemaScore, a Rotten score on Rotten Tomatoes, a 3-out-of-5 review from ComicBook.com’s Spencer Perry, who called the film “derivative but amusing”. He writes:
“By the time the train ends its journey and you’re exiting the theater, you’ll feel entertained, exactly what summer blockbusters are designed to do. Maybe when you step out So you’ll throw a playful punch at a friend. Theater, one of several songs, are performed on the soundtrack of a bullet train while you wait in line in the bathroom. However, by the time you get to your car, you’ll be Will try to unravel the plot and its really complicated essence with you guys; maybe you find out that the whole cameos were just distracting and didn’t add much. When you get home, you might have forgotten That what you did in the last two hours. You’ll only remember Brad Pitt was ridiculous.”
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Reference from comicbook.com