Brad Pitt's 'Bullet Train' earns $30.1 M
"Bullet Train," a John Wick-ian romp with Brad Pitt in the aisle seat, arrived in theaters with a $30.1 million establishing weekend.
That's sufficient to top the home box wo
rkplace chart, however it is only a so-so result given "Bullet Train's" $90 million
fee tag and Pitt's star strength. The So
ny Pictures release will need to keep its momentum in the coming weeks because it tries to interrupt even or flip a income.
"Bullet Train" is making an attempt to p
rove that an action flick that isn't always based on a comic e book or a toy-line
can defy the chances and resonate with a
udiences. But a part of the issue for the film is that critics were not on board.
"Bullet Train" landed a mediocre forty o
ne% approval score on evaluate-aggregation internet site Rotten Tomatoes,
with many reviewers faulting the movie f
or being overly by-product of the work of Guy Ritchie and Quentin Tarantino. Variety leader
film critic Peter Debruge was combined o
n "Bullet Train," writing that "neither the characters nor the movie they inhabit are in particular deep."