The Hitman’s Bodyguard Movie

The Hitman and his bodyguard outsmart the assassins of a deadly dectator

The Hitman’s Bodyguard is an action comedy movie in which the world’s top protection agent guardsthe life of one of the world’s most notorious hitman, who’s also mortal enemy of the protection agent. The agent is taking the hitman from England to the International Court of Justice and his responsibility is to ensure safe journey of the hitman. But an Eastern European dictator is after the hitman and wants to kill him. His shooters are following the duo and are waiting for the right moment to kill both.

The agent brings the hitman safely to the court of justice. In the way, he fights with assassins of the dictator.The movie has eclectic scenes of high-speed car chase, boat escapades and one-on-one gun fight. The hitman hides behind the agent but comes forward to help the agent whenever needed. The dictator has a very sinister plan but the agent and the hitman spoil his plan.


The first shot was fired by the agent but the hitman was also holding the gun. Together they give a fitting reply to their assassins and the dictator directing those assassins. The gun fight keeps going even during high-speed car chase on open highways of Europe. The mission is to bring the hitman safe to the International Court of Justice but the job is more challenging than considered.

Box Office Expectations

Expectations from the box office are already high as the USP is action comedy. It isn’t a sequel or prequel to any story and nor is it serving horror. The story is simple; a hitman, a dictator and a protection agent. The hitman is on the hit list of the dictator but he’s saved by the agent whose job is to bring the hitman to justice. Ryan Reynolds fits perfectly into the role of a protection agent who’s a stuntman and also a comedian. Now mix the seriousness of Samuel L. Jackson with the light comedy of the agent and you have a party.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard First Look & Poster

Ryan Reynolds is holding Samuel in his hands. While Samuel is holding a gun but he seems afraid from the assassins of the dictator. Ryan is moving steadily holding Samuel in his hands. It is a comic scene as the hitman seems worried and afraid and the agent is seems exhausted. This dark blue color poster tries to create suspense. Name of the protagonists is written on top and the movie name is at bottom.

Why watch the movie?

Comedy isn’t the only reason to watch the movie as it has senior and experienced actors. Ryan Reynolds is a notable actor and so is Samuel L. Jackson. Movie enthusiasts have an opportunity to see both the actors doing comedy.


• Samuel L. Jackson and Gary Oldman are working together for the third time
• Second film of Ryan Reynold and Samuel L. Jackson
• Second movie of Gary Oldman and Ryan Reynold
• The movie was shot partly in Amsterdam and partly on Netherlands

Directed – Patrick Hughes
Produced – David Ellison, Mark Gill, Dana Goldberg, Matthew O’Toole, John Thompson, Les Weldon
Written – Tom O’Connor
Starring – Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman, Salma Hayek, Élodie Yung, Joaquim de Almeida, Kirsty Mitchell, Richard E. Grant



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