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Bullet to the Head (14-Nov-2012)

Director: Walter Hill

Writer: Alessandro Camon

From graphic novel: Du plomb dans la tÍte by Alexis Nolent (graphic novel, as "Matz")

Keywords: Action/Thriller, Hitman, Unintentional Comedy, Explosions

Shoot-em-up romp centers on a hitman's unlikely partnership with a by-the-book detective.

ABSTRACT
Jimmy Bobo, a New Orleans hitman, is forced to watch partner Louis Blanchard die at the hands of a man named Keegan after their elimination of corrupt policeman Hank Greely. Shortly thereafter, detective Taylor Kwon arrives in town to investigate mobster Baby Jack's alleged connections to Greely, only to hit a snag in his work when Keegan kills him, as well. Locating Bobo in a bar after deducing that he killed Greely, Taylor finds himself forming an unlikely alliance with the career criminal after he is attacked by crooked cops, working alongside his new partner in a mission to bring down the mutually-reviled Keegan.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje
Actor
22-Aug-1967   Adebisi in Oz
Jason Momoa
Actor
1-Aug-1979   Ronon Dex on Stargate: Atlantis
Jon Seda
Actor
14-Oct-1970   Det. Paul Falsone on Homicide
Sarah Shahi
Actor
10-Jan-1980   Cheerleader turned actress
Christian Slater
Actor
18-Aug-1969   Kuffs, True Romance
Sylvester Stallone
Actor
6-Jul-1946   Rocky, Rambo
Brian Van Holt
Actor
6-Jul-1969   House of Wax

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