The Hitman’s Bodyguard DVD review

Always loved these actors’ performances in this genre as they never present a character that takes themselves seriously.  Making the character presence comical amidst very violent subject matter. This detracts from the violent world created and allows some light to pierce this dark criminal underworld. The world’s top…

The Crit

Story - 60%
Graphics - 60%
Audio - 40%
Gameplay - 40%
Replayability - 50%

50%

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Always loved these actors’ performances in this genre as they never present a character that takes themselves seriously.  Making the character presence comical amidst very violent subject matter.

This detracts from the violent world created and allows some light to pierce this dark criminal underworld.

The world’s top protection agent is called to protect the life of the world’s most notorious hitman, oh by the way they also happen to be each other’s mortal enemies.

Their only means of survival to put their history and hatred for one another aside for 24 hours as they become the hunted. The countdown begins as they travel from England to The Hague on this dangerous adventure. They must endure high speed car cases, mercenaries, outlandish boat escapades and mayhem at every turn to get to their destination.

At its heart it’s essentially a buddy cop movie but these characters are on the wrong side of the law. An unusual team up but their personalities play well against each other. Enjoyable and light movie that is fun to watch.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: DVD
Available on: DVD, Digital, Blu-Ray
Genre: Action
Age Rating: Mature
Estimated RRP: R100+
Release Date: 2018

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