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Una bala en la cabeza

Una bala en la cabeza
Una bala en la cabeza Rating: 53 out of 100 based on 19 reviews.
Antes conocida como “Headshot”. La película “Una bala en la cabeza” nos contará la historia de un asesino a sueldo (Stallone) que ha de colaborar con un policía para de este modo atrapar a los asesinos de sus respectivos compañeros.
Interpretación
Sylvester Stallone

James Bonomo
Christian Slater

Marcus Baptiste
Sung Kang

Taylor Kwon
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

Robert Nkomo Morel
Jon Seda

Louis Blanchard
Holt McCallany

Hank Greely
Brian Van Holt

Ronnie Earl
Dane Rhodes

LT. Lebreton
Marcus Lyle Brown

Detective Towne
Andrew Austin-Peterson

Crawfish Hollow Band
Paul Etheredge

Crawfish Hollow Band
Robert Cavan Carruth

Crawfish Hollow Band
Producción
Director:Walter Hill
Producer:Bob Dohrmann (co-producer)
Stuart Ford (executive producer)
Alfred Gough (producer)
Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (executive producer)
Alexandra Milchan (producer)
Miles Millar (producer)
Deepak Nayar (executive producer)
Bobby Ranghelov (executive producer)
Joel Silver (producer)
Courtney Solomon (executive producer)
Steven Squillante (executive producer)
Kevin King Templeton (producer)
Stuart M. Besser (executive producer)
Writer:Alessandro Camon (screenplay)
Alexis Nolent (graphic novel "Du plomb dans la tête") (as Matz)
Valoraciones de Una bala en la cabeza
CinemaDope
Sly Stallone is back with a vengeance. As James Bonomo, alias Jimmy Bobo, New Orleans hitman, he scores his most efficient adrenalin rush since “First Blood,” the first of the Rambo movies.
Movies.com
On a functional level, I appreciate a film that comes out swinging, presenting itself as nothing more than exactly what it is, like when The Monkees sing "Hey Hey We're The Monkees."
tonymacklin.net
Bullet to the Head is based on a 3-book graphic comic series written by Matz (Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson.
Leer crítica4 feb 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
One must give credit where it is due, and Bullet to the Head at least deserves some credit for dismissing its useless plot as soon as the movie reaches its climactic eruption of senseless violence.
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
RedEye
Dumb as rocks, thin as paper and dull as scissors, “Bullet to the Head” offers just as much complexity and intelligence as you might expect from a movie called “Bullet to the Head.”
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
Valoraciones de Una bala en la cabeza
CinemaDope
Sly Stallone is back with a vengeance. As James Bonomo, alias Jimmy Bobo, New Orleans hitman, he scores his most efficient adrenalin rush since “First Blood,” the first of the Rambo movies.
Movies.com
On a functional level, I appreciate a film that comes out swinging, presenting itself as nothing more than exactly what it is, like when The Monkees sing "Hey Hey We're The Monkees."
tonymacklin.net
Bullet to the Head is based on a 3-book graphic comic series written by Matz (Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson.
Leer crítica4 feb 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
One must give credit where it is due, and Bullet to the Head at least deserves some credit for dismissing its useless plot as soon as the movie reaches its climactic eruption of senseless violence.
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
RedEye
Dumb as rocks, thin as paper and dull as scissors, “Bullet to the Head” offers just as much complexity and intelligence as you might expect from a movie called “Bullet to the Head.”
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
MediaMikes
As a movie fan in the 1980s I was a huge fan of both Sylvester Stallone and director Walter Hill. Sly was kicking ass over and over, from the various “Rocky” and “Rambo” films to “Night Hawks” and “Tango and Cash.” And Hill, coming off “The Warriors,”...
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
Atlantic City Weekly
Upon arrival, guests will feel like movie stars on the red carpet while the ‘paparazzi’ snap away. Attendees can also commemorate the experience on the ‘red carpet’ complete with a gold statuette.
Leer crítica6 feb 2013
iHaveNet.com
We've been here before. The Sylvester Stallone vehicle "Bullet to the Head" concludes with an ax fight featuring Stallone against his sneering, murderous adversary, played by Jason Momoa, going at it like maniacs in the bowels of an abandoned power...
FirstShowing.net
The '80s were a great time for unabashed action movies. Bullets flying left and right. Partners getting killed and the vengeance that ensues when our hero takes the law into his own hands.
Leer crítica1 feb 2013
New York Post
It’s "I Love the ’80s’’ time once again at the movies, teaming Sylvester Stallone with director Walter Hill in the comic shoot-’em-up “Bullet to the Head,’’ an entertaining if nonsensical variation on Hill’s greatest hit from that bygone era, “48 Hrs.’’
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
Sacramento News & Review
A New Orleans hit man (Sylvester Stallone) and a Washington, D.C., cop (Sung Kang) form an uneasy alliance when their respective partners are killed by the same gang. Here, the French graphic novel by Alexis “Matz” Nolent is retooled by writer...
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
Reel Views
Bullet to the Head is a throwback to the '80s. Starring 66-year old Sylvester Stallone, who embraced his action-hero reputation during that decade and directed by Walter Hill, whose biggest hits came between 1982 and 1988, this movie offers the kind...
Leer crítica1 feb 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Can we talk about Jason Momoa for a minute? I know he's not the star of Bullet to the Head, or even featured all that much in the marketing, which seems to think that Sylvester Stallone's terrifyingly ripped 65-year-old torso is a good sell.
The A.V. Club
Tough guys with a code. Punishing bare-knuckled brawls. Broken glass. Some bluesy licks from Ry Cooder. These are the elements of a Walter Hill action movie, from great early films like The Long Riders and Southern Comfort to his paradigmatic buddy...
Leer crítica31 ene 2013
Entertainment Weekly
When a movie has a title like Bullet to the Head, you know heading into the theater whether you're the target audience or not. And rest assured, the title doesn't lie. There are many bullets fired into people's melons. Beyond that, the good news...
Leer crítica8 feb 2013
Slant Magazine
Walter Hill thoughtfully regards the pummeling power of weaponry at work. Gunshot wounds to the temple or knife thrusts to the sternum aren't simply aesthetic choices in films like Extreme Prejudice or Wild Bill, but reminders of the seamless, brutal...
MovieXclusive.com
Much has changed – and we aren’t just talking about the number of wrinkles on action star Sylvester Stallone’s face here. Boy, aren’t we surprised to see Christian Slater in this Walter Hill directed action flick.
TotalFilm.com
From its tongue-in-cheek title to its choice of star, the first movie in a decade from action vet Walter Hill (The Warriors, 48 Hrs) offers no pretensions: it’s unashamedly a brain-ejecting excuse to watch Sylvester Stallone shoot people in the face.
Empire
Fun in parts, and Stallone’s always watchable, but it’s an ’80s tribute movie that coasts along on rapidly diminishing goodwill. Beige Heat, if you will.
Interpretación
Sylvester Stallone...James Bonomo
Jason Momoa...Keegan
Christian Slater...Marcus Baptiste
Sung Kang...Taylor Kwon
Sarah Shahi...Lisa
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje...Robert Nkomo Morel
Jon Seda...Louis Blanchard
Holt McCallany...Hank Greely
Brian Van Holt...Ronnie Earl
Weronika Rosati...Lola
Dane Rhodes...LT. Lebreton
Marcus Lyle Brown...Detective Towne
Andrew Austin-Peterson...Crawfish Hollow Band
Paul Etheredge...Crawfish Hollow Band
Robert Cavan Carruth...Crawfish Hollow Band
Louis Michot...Crawfish Hollow Band
Dominique DuVernay...Waitress
Don Thai Theerathada...Kim
Don Yesso...St. Charles Bartender
Jackson Beals...French Lick Bartender
Andrea Frankle...Masseuse
Dana Gourrier...Deputy Coroner
Robert Larriviere...Forensic Scientist
Teri Wyble...Belle
Kara Bowman...Medic
Donna Duplantier...Newscaster
Andre Michot...Crawfish Hollow Band
Lacey Minchew...Crawfish Hollow Bartender
Douglas M. Griffin...Baby Jack Lemoyne
Tiffany Reiff...Tattoo Customer
Lin Oeding...Lee
Milos Milicevic...Tall Goon
John L. Armijo...Medical Examiner (uncredited)
Andrew Breland...Man in Car (uncredited)
Darren Sumner...Detective / Keegan's Mercenary (uncredited)
Stephen Livaudais...Deputy Coroner (uncredited)
Kage Havok...Keegan's Goon (uncredited)
Kristen Beevers...Costume Party Guest / Bar Patron (uncredited)
Jordan Sudduth...(uncredited)
Michelle Torres...(uncredited)
Edward R. Cox...Costume Party Guest (uncredited)
Sarah Detillier...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Julie Ann Doan...Second Line Participant (uncredited)
Kasey Emas...Masked Girl (uncredited)
Adrienne Esteen...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Claire Garrett...Party Guest (uncredited)
Emily D. Haley...Bar Patron / Woman on the Street (uncredited)
John C. Klein...Bar Patron / Second Liner (uncredited)
Kortney Manns...Security goon: N0 2 (uncredited)
Ken Massey...Keegans Mercenary (uncredited)
Blaire Noonan...High Society Party: Cat Girl (uncredited)
Alyshia Ochse...Bird Lady (uncredited)
Gustavo I. Ortiz...Upscale Bar Patron (uncredited)
Johnny Otto...Detective (uncredited)
Michael Patrick Rogers...Bicycle Rider (uncredited)
Ross Rouillier...Cook / Jaguar Driver (uncredited)
Terry Lee Smith...Party Guest (uncredited)
Eric Stratemeier...Security Car Goon #1 (uncredited)
Errol Suleyman...Bunny (uncredited)
Glen Warner...Criminal (uncredited)
Elvin Yoshida...Asian Businessman (uncredited)
Danyiell Oviedo...(uncredited)
Brittany Soileau...(uncredited)
Aspen Steib...(uncredited)
Cy Fahrenholtz...Bar Patron (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Walter Hill
Producer:Bob Dohrmann (co-producer)
Stuart Ford (executive producer)
Alfred Gough (producer)
Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (executive producer)
Alexandra Milchan (producer)
Miles Millar (producer)
Deepak Nayar (executive producer)
Bobby Ranghelov (executive producer)
Joel Silver (producer)
Courtney Solomon (executive producer)
Steven Squillante (executive producer)
Kevin King Templeton (producer)
Stuart M. Besser (executive producer)
Writer:Alessandro Camon (screenplay)
Alexis Nolent (graphic novel "Du plomb dans la tête") (as Matz)
Composer:Steve Mazzaro
Cinematographer:Lloyd Ahern II (director of photography)
Editing:Timothy Alverson
Casting:J.C. Cantu
Mary Vernieu
Production Design:Toby Corbett
Set Decorator:Alice Baker
Costume Design:Ha Nguyen
Makeup:Daina Daigle (hair stylist)
Scott H. Eddo (makeup department head)
Melizah Schmidt (key hair stylist)
Nikki I Brown (makeup artist)
Stacy Kelly (key makeup artist)
Jack Lazzaro (makeup artist)
Rick Stratton (tattoos)
Aimee Stuit (third makeup artist)
Nicole Venables (department head hairstylist)
Katelyn Tyree (contact lens technician)
Production Management:Bob Dohrmann (unit production manager)
Charles Rapp (production supervisor: After Dark Films)
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