If Brad Pitt’s latest film, Bullet Train, feels more like a Deadpool sequel than a standalone movie, it’s probably because it was directed by Deadpool 2 director David Leitch.

Like a hit superhero movie, Bullet Train  boasts quirky comedy, quirky characters, and a complete disregard for logic.

Both have attractive lead actors. However, it is in the coherent storyline that the Shinkansen is delayed.

Ultimately, this train wreck is  elevated to watchable status thanks to an excellent job by an amazing cast,  all doing their best.

His five assassins  on the bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto realize that the quests may be interconnected and someone is pulling  strings for the bigger game.

Brad Pitt plays Ladybug, an ill-fated rent boy who’s in the wrong place at the wrong time.

He’ll be joined by Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brian Tyree Henry as Lemmon and Tangerine, who carry the sons of yakuza kingpins, and  Joey King as the innocent and dangerous teenager Prince.

Zazie Beetz , Michael Shannon, Andrew Koji, and Hiroyuki Sanada, and it looks like a delicious cocktail.

The only thing that speaks to Shinkansen is its all-star cast: Brad Pitt is brilliant and effortless as the man who can’t rest.

The script demonstrates his lack of luck very well. At the other end of the spectrum is Joey King’s character, who never fails.