I have such a hard time with old ensemble cast movies. I apparently have face blindness for this type/era of movie. I can't tell most anyone apart, and the two people that are supposed to be mistaken for each other, and played by the same actor, to me dont look like the same person.
Not very well paced, boring characters that are hard to care about and are played by meh actors, bad cinematography relying on way too many drone shots, oversaturation, blur and CGI; it has pretty much no story to tell. Also it was shot in Prague that's supposed to Prague but also Vienna and the way they travel around makes no sense. Contains a LOT of product placement, it's basically a ridiculously long ad for Audi.
Roland Emmerich directs this West German movie which got him noticed in Hollywood.
It's weird. Kids are directing a movie though the leads are 21 that's a plot point because he inherits a clock that has his grandfather's butlers soul in it. Oh he was a little person and literally looks like
That's the puppet that the supporting actor made for m his visions the ghost gave him and a photo
I would give spoilers but I don't know if they would be believed it's odd.
I was in the mood for a silly action flick, so I went to see Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt.
Story: A bunch of professional killers all have different, but intersecting missions on board a Shinkansen train. Hilarity and lots of violence ensue.
The plot is... not that important. But the movie is fun to watch, so I could forgive the very badly done final big action scene. By that point in the movie, all sense has long left the room so I shrugged that off.